Introduced in last year’s JPX-850 Forged irons, 1025 Boron steel is used to provide Mizuno’s new JPX-EZ Forged irons a 30 per cent increase in strength and a thinner and more lightweight construction.
“The implementation of Boron into the Grain-Flow Forging process has been nothing short of a game changer,” said Chuck Couch, vice president of product development for Mizuno USA’s golf division.
“Boron has allowed our R&D team to literally push the limits of mechanical engineering and create a construction that seemingly defies convention, yet results in a level of performance that’s literally off the charts,” said Couch.
The JPX-EZ Forged irons also offer a CNC pocket cavity combined with a Power Frame. Mizuno also uses its H.I.T. (Harmonic Impact Technology), a vibration management technology, to deliver a desirable sound and feel players at impact.
The JPX-EZ Forged irons are designed with a Triple Cut Sole and beveled leading edge allowing for greater versatility and ball workability from difficult lies. The irons are outfitted with a lightweight XP95 shaft. A Orochi graphite shaft is also available.
The JPX-EZ Forged irons are available in four iron through gap wedge in right and left-handed.