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Mizuno JPX-EZ Irons Review: Quick Look

The folks at Mizuno for years have produced amazing clubs, but they were known as a ball-strikers club. Clubs made for the low-handicapper. Things have changed this year with the introduction of their new JPX-EZ line of clubs.

From Mizuno:

“The JPX EZ is going to turn you into a player who can take risks – someone who can take the shot on and not think about the danger. You’re going to hit shots that you’ve never been able to hit before.”

Tomo Aoki – Golf Club Engineer

Technology/Specs:

  • Max Pocket Cavity (4-7): Massive sweet area, tightest dispersion, and effortless launch characteristics.
  • Deep pocket Cavity (8-GW): For increased accuracy and launch control. HOT METAL FACE: Thin multi thickness design for maximum COR to deliver long, consistent distance.
  • Harmonic Impact Technology (H.I.T): Feel and sound tuned through cavity frame design.
  • Custom Set Make Ups: Available in mixed/ combo sets or with JPX FLI-HI long iron alternatives.

Looks/Feel:

These irons look awesome. The dark grey reduces glare when standing over the ball.The white numbers and letters provide a sweet contrast. As always, the sleek lines don’t leave these looking like clunky game improvement irons.

JPX-EZ-2

Performance:

From the Mizuno website:

Combining Mizuno’s HOT METAL face design and ultra pocket cavity (4-7 iron) the JPX-EZ irons fire higher and longer with a predictable, tight dispersion. The Harmonic Impact Technology (H.I.T.) engineered cavity frame ensures that the JPX-EZ feels like every Mizuno iron should, but with forgiveness you can’t imagine.

These irons will give you the forgiveness you’ve been looking for, but the distance and Mizuno feel that you’ve always been used to. In my opinion, these irons could immediately lower your handicap.

Recommended For:

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Mizuno recommends these irons for golfers with a 10 handicap on up. These irons are so long, accurate and forgiving that they can lower all handicaps. So whether you’re a low-mid or mid-high handicap, don’t hesitate on giving these a try.

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