Mizuno, a world-class leader in iron technology and design, has entered a new era of innovation with the release of the JPX-850 featuring Mizuno’s new Power Frame design. Achieving breakthroughs in distance and ball speed, the new JPX-850 features a larger rebound area that ensures ball speeds are consistently high across the entire clubface and that high COR is not created at the expense of feel or control.
“The addition of the Power Frame design enabled us to stretch the limits of design within the iron to create one of the longest and most forgiving irons, without sacrificing the Mizuno look and feel,” said Chuck Couch, Vice President of Product Development, Golf Division, Mizuno USA. “We are passionate about our commitment to deliver a game-improvement iron like no other on the market.”
The new Power Frame design maximizes forgiveness by strategically placing weight in the four corners of the Power Frame cavity. The weight pushed to the corners stabilizes the clubface for off-center hits. Complementing the Power Frame design, the Duel Max COR Pocket delivers the thinnest face to date in a Mizuno iron expanding the rebound area to increase ball speed for greater distance. The Duel Relief Sole and beveled leading edge, allows for ideal turf interaction and solid ball striking in all course conditions.
4- GW (Right- and Left-Hand Models)
Steel Shaft: True Temper XP105
Graphite shaft: NEW Orochi Taper Tipped, available in six flexes
Grip: Golf Pride M-31 360 58 Round
Other Options available through Mizuno’s Custom Department
Suggested Retail Price: $799.99 Steel / $899.99 Graphite
The JPX-850 is available at golf shops and sporting goods retailers nationwide. Watch the JPX-850 product video for an in-depth overview of the iron’s development with Mizuno R&D. More information about the JPX-850 irons and 2015 products is available at mizunogolf.com.
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Mizuno USA, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mizuno Corporation, one of the largest specialty sporting goods manufacturers in the world. Mizuno USA, Inc. manufactures and distributes golf, baseball, softball, running, track & field, and volleyball equipment, apparel, and footwear for North America. Mizuno USA, Inc. is based in Norcross, Georgia.
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