Mizuno has introduced the JPX-850 fairway woods and JPX-850 hybrids, featuring new Shock Wave Sole Technology to provide greater clubhead flex on impact, leading to more energy from the swing to the ball for increased distance.
A strategic weight shift of additional mass in the clubhead to the front and back adjusts the centre of gravity to increase the sweet area for easier launch on strikes direct from the turf.
In the fairway wood, Mizuno has also incorporated Quick Switch Technology to enable easy, quick modifications to loft and lie angle.
“For most golfers, it’s very challenging to attack pin locations from long range, where shot trajectory needs to be high enough for the ball to land softly or stick,” said Chuck Couch, vice president of product development Mizuno USA’s golf division.
“With the JPX-850 woods, golfers are going to hit long range shots with a much higher launch angle, allowing them to go for the pin more aggressively than ever before,” he said.
The JPX-850 Fairway Woods utilize a Hot Metal face design with an ultra-thin maraging steel for solid feel and distance.
Providing the maximum allowable limit of COR by the USGA, JPX-850 fairway woods utilize a Waffle Crown Design for a greater COR area and increased ball speeds, while incorporating Mizuno’s Mizuno Harmonic Impact Technology (H.I.T.) for solid feel and powerful sound at impact.
Quick Switch adjustability allows for a four-degree range of loft adjustment in each.
Like the JPX-850 fairway woods, the hybrid utilizes Hot Metal technology and Rebound Crown Design with an ultra-thin, maraging face to deliver the maximum allowable limit of COR by the USGA.
Mizuno Harmonic Impact Technology (H.I.T.) enhances sound at impact.