Mizuno releases JPX919 Hot Metal PRO irons

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Introducing the Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal PRO - a new addition to the brilliant JPX919 irons family aimed at better players who want a more compact and traditional-looking iron without sacrificing on the staggering ball speeds that the Hot Metal delivers.

The Hot Metal’s high-strength Chromoly 4140M construction and new multi-thickness face promotes astonishing ball speeds, while a seamless one-piece cup face construction ensures surprising levels of feedback for an iron in the game improvement category.

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Due to popular demand, all of that performance is now available in the smaller, more workable playing profile of the new Hot Metal PRO model.

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The PRO features a slimmed-down top line and sole, plus reduced offset to bring Chromoly 4140M ball speed and performance benefits to those of you with a more traditional eye.

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Like the standard Hot Metal, the head’s stability frame is open at the heel portion to enhance stability, launch and a loft-appropriate flight apex for controlled, soft-landing approaches, while re-engineered Sound Ribs generate specific vibration patterns that ensure a satisfying sensation through impact.

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A new, more durable Pearl Brush finish then helps to soften the head’s lines in bright sunlight.

The JPX919 Hot Metal PRO offers a steeper transition into more compact scoring irons and wedges, with set-matching gap, sand and lob wedges available, engineered from a softer X30 steel with precision-milled grooves and faces for improved spin and control around the greens.

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“There has been a noticeable shift of better players towards the Hot Metal irons,” said Chris Voshall, Senior Engineer at Mizuno.

“We realised we could do more in that category and push the technology a bit further. The big surprise was how the ball speed and stability stayed near indistinguishable from the standard version, once we’d made the size and offset adjustment.”

Available: February

Price: £120 per iron

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