Mizuno has unveiled its new JPX921 Series of irons engineered which are aimed at improving the on-course performance for golfers and features Chromoly in a full body Forged iron for the very first time.
The JPX921 series of irons comprises the JPX921 Forged, JPX921 Tour, JPX921 Hot Metal and Hot Metal Pro, with each model engineered to help enhance performance for particular swing types.
The JPX921 Hot Metal irons deliver Mizuno’s fastest ever ball speeds, the JPX921 Hot Metal is the 3rd generation of Mizuno irons to utilise the resilience of Chromoly and incorporates Mizuno’s most complex face geometry to date, helping to increase energy from the clubface, while the Hot Metal Pro version offers a more compact profile with reduced offset.
The use of Chromoly 4140M and a new re-engineered CORTECH face has meant the centre point across the face is 0.2mm thinner helping to create faster ball speeds. This is further enhanced by the club’s seamless cup face and a variable thickness sole design that allows the leading edge to act as a hinge, generating more flex.
Three additional sound ribs help produce a solid feel at impact while perimeter weighting and toe bias in the stability frame help with consistency on off-centre strikes.
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