Mizuno launch next-generation JPX ball

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Following the success of its golf ball range over recent years, Mizuno has launched a new, softer, next-generation two-piece JPX golf ball that promises excellent all-round performance at a great price.

The micro-dimple JPX ball features a larger soft-compression core – Mizuno’s softest to date in a two-piece golf ball.

The new, low-compression core design, meanwhile, means there’s no compromise in the age-old quest for greenside feel and explosive tee-shot distance, with a durable multi-blend polymer cover working with the core to provide the soft feel required on those delicate touch shots around the green.

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This unexpectedly smooth feel combines with elevated ball speeds at low-to-mid swing speeds courtesy of the large, soft-compression core.

Mizuno's unique micro-dimple cover, featuring 512 dimples in total, generates a mid-to-high trajectory and boosts the JPX ball's aerodynamics, sustaining hang-time long into the ball’s descent for longer, more stable tee shots. 

“The low compression core in combination with our micro-dimples means that you've got an excellent combination of feel, ball speed and aerodynamics,” said Tomo Aoki, product development at Mizuno.

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“Our two-piece ball has evolved to the point that the majority of players now couldn't tell the difference between this and a tour type ball."

Mizuno’s new JPX golf ball is primarily geared towards mid-to-lower swing speeds in dry conditions, but can deliver perfect all-round performance for all swing speeds in cold or wet conditions.

The new soft-compression JPX completes the Mizuno golf ball line-up for 2017/2018, which also includes the tour-proven performance of the MP-S and MP-X models as well as the revolutionary distance-enhancing micro-dimples in the covers of the JPX models.

Mizuno JPX golf ball

Available: Now
Price: £25 per dozen
More info:golf.mizunoeurope.com
Twitter:@MizunoGolf_News

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