The new second generation JPX-EZ line of game-improvement cast irons from Mizuno combine a dual MAX COR pocket cavity with an enhance Power Frame design for distance, forgiveness and feel.
“With the majority of products on the market today, game-improvement means more distance, while sacrificing forgiveness and feel,” said Chuck Couch, vice president of product development, Golf division, for Mizuno USA.
“We’ve long believed that our secret sauce is the ability to deliver superior game improvement irons that don’t feel like game-improvement irons, and that’s what JPX-EZ is all about,” he said
The focus on distance, forgiveness and feel in the game-improvement category centres on Mizuno’s H.I.T. (Harmonic Impact Technology), which strategically reinforces areas of the club to create a solid sound at impact.
The “sweet area” combined with a hot face is the result of the dual MAX COR pocket cavity and Power Frame technology.
The JPX-EZ irons are also designed with a Triple Cut Sole and beveled leading edge, along with a lower centre of gravity for easier launch and playability from difficult lies.
The JPX-EZ line includes both men’s and women’s option and will be available for sale and demo through Mizuno’s Performance Fitting System (PFS) carts.
The men’ clubs come in four iron through sand wedge in both right and left-handed models, with an XP95 steel shaft or Orochi graphite shaft and Golf Pride MCC Blue/Black 60Round grip.
The women’s clubs are available in five iron through sand wedge. right-handed only, with Orochi graphite shaft and M-31 360 grip.