This not only gives you more confidence, but the larger head also makes it more forgiving
The Mizuno JPX800 fairway wood replaces the very successful MX-700 version and thankfully it keeps the large oversized head that made the previous model so successful. This not only gives you more confidence, but the larger head also makes it more forgiving. Compared to the old version the face has less offset and is a little more open which we think should appeal to more golfers and better players should certainly give this a try.
The Mizuno JPX 800 Ironswas easy to shape shots and the classy shaped head felt and sounded very good although the jury is out on the dark blue colour scheme. This is likely to be competitively prices and it is a serious challenger in the mid to low handicap market.
It’s not too chunky and retains some player’s iron qualities but the top line is slightly thicker than an MP iron. I actually liked the balance of the club head design, fitting in between an MP and a game improvement very nicely. This is a game improvement class club but as I said before, that doesn’t stop it finding its way into the bags of some very low handicaps.
Mizuno are legends in the field of forged irons and they have produced another winner with the not so snappily namedMizuno MP-68 IronsThis is a slight departure from their usual offerings that are based on finesse and control because this baby is all about power and distance. However, with Mizuno being Mizuno, they haven’t sacrificed that great feel or the looks of this club in any shape or form. It maintains classy lines and whilst not quite as sleek as the MP line, it has a whole lot of performance packed into the slightly larger club head.
A simple cavity design looks great and the club sets up really nicely behind the ball. With a choice of several quality shafts, this is a great iron for players across a wide range of skill sets. I know of a few very low handicappers who play this club yet it is usable for anyone up to around a 20 or even slightly beyond. It’s a smart choice if you are in the market for new irons and want to gain a few yards without resorting to a breeze block on a stick.
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