When did the Mizuno JPX 800 driver come out?

When did the Mizuno JPX 800 driver come out?

2012 REVIEW Designed to be a high-launching, forgiving club and for the most part our testers agreed.

When did JPX 800 irons come out?

Mizuno say their aim is to create ‘Balanced Performance’ by combining feel, control, forgiveness, distance and looks in a single clubhead without one compromising the other….Mizuno JPX800 Irons – Product Details.

UK Launch 08 September 2010
Set Makeup 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW
Manufacturer’s Website Mizuno Website

Are JPX 800 irons forgiving?

Product Information from Mizuno: Recommended Handicap Range is 8 to 20. A serious looking iron designed to be amazingly forgiving and explosively long, the JPX-800™ is the first model to bring Mizuno’s Global JPX technology platform to the United States.

Are Mizuno JPX 800 irons forged?

The JPX-800 are cast, not forged. So they lack that forged feel and feedback that Mizuno irons are known for.

Are JPX 921 forged good?

There’s nothing wrong with the Mizuno JPX921 Forged irons. They’re pretty long, they look decent, and they have good forgiveness. My disappointment comes from the fact that Mizuno had an opportunity to offer a unique product and instead put out something that’s a near-copy of irons they already have in their line up.

Are JPX 921 Forged cavity back?

Mizuno irons are so good that it could simply change the name of it’s models every couple of years and re-release them, and they’d still look and perform really well….Mizuno JPX921 Forged Irons – Product Details.

UK Launch 17 September 2020
Manufacture Forged
Material Steel
Finish Chrome
Design Cavity Back

Are JPX 921 hot metal blades?

The Mizuno JPX921 Hot Metal Pro irons are game improvement irons without the offset. Offset and blade length are the two ways that the Pro model differentiates itself from the standard Hot Metal irons. In the bag, the JPX921 Hot Metal Pro is nearly identical to the standard Hot Metal.

Are JPX 921 tour forgiving?

The Tour iron in Mizuno’s JPX family has consistently provided good distance, a modest amount of forgiveness, and excellent shot control. All of that remains true in the JPX921 Tour. The forgiveness is fair relative to its size, but this is not a club I’d recommend to many mid or high handicappers.