Dec. 6, 2012
-- I was in the process to find a set of irons that would help me to score better. My criteria were distance and accuracy. That was about just everyone's criteria for his or her desired set of irons. I found the Mizuno JPX 800 Irons, serious looking irons designed to be amazingly forgiving and explosively long.
They are at least one club longer than my set, very forgiven on mishit, and accurate. I love the ball flight with sizzling high boring trajectory - That's where the distance comes from. Even though the loft on each iron is stronger than most, the technologies Mizuno put into the JPX800 allowed it to fly high enough to give the carry you want yet produces the long distance you always search for.
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MAX COR Technology, Hot Metal Face construction, plus an exotic pocket cavity to hit the maximum allowable limits for energy transfer, you can enjoy unbelievable distance of the JPX-800 irons. Hot Metal construction utilizes a new manufacturing process that increases the material’s natural strength to create an ultra-thin and multi-thickness face for maximum, consistent ball speed, while the innovative pocket cavity with external power bar design expands and extends the sweet area and lowers the center of gravity for unsurpassed forgiveness.
I used to hit a set of Titleist ap2 712 irons (see http://www.cheapgolfcenter.com/Discount-Titleist-AP2-712-...
) that I liked, but playing a little hard. I was looking for something a little easier to hit. I got a custom fitting and ended up with the Mizuno JPX 800 Irons. Picked up 1.5 to 2 clubs of distance across the entire set, and gained a lot of distance on mis-hits. I normally shoot in the high 80s, and so far this year have played 4 rounds this year with the highest an 84 and the lowest a 75. This is the first Mizuno set I have owned, and so far I am very impressed.
If you are inconsistant with their current clubs or new/beginner of the game, If you "think" you are good but the score doesn't show it. Very easy club to hit, I would recommend getting fitted for the Mizuno JPX 800 Irons. When I hit different clubs without looking or knowing what clubs i was hitting, I found I hit the JPX 800 better even than the TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons (see http://www.cheapgolfcenter.com/Discount-TaylorMade-Burner...
) which I had intended to buy. After my fitting, I'm telling you, if you want some great clubs where you don't get frustrated on mis-hits, these are the clubs.
An aggressive triple cut sole ensures solid ball striking from all types of lies, and a multi-material cavity badge provides tuned impact sound with enhanced feel and sharp looks. Simply put, the JPX-800 irons utilize the world’s most advanced Game. An exotic pocket cavity with multiple thickness levels and an external power bar add the highest measurable levels of forgiveness (MOI) achieved in a Mizuno iron to date.