Are Mizuno JPX 850 forged forgiving?
In terms of the forgiveness, the JPX-850 Forged is average for this category. Slight mishits will still end up somewhere on the green, but you’ll be in bunkers and lakes if you wander too far from the sweet spot. Mizuno recommends these clubs for 6 to 16 handicaps, and I think that’s right on the mark.
What year was the Mizuno JPX 850 made?
Also released for 2015, the Mizuno JPX 850 Forged irons carry on the traditional forged iron feel and distance, enhanced by a stronger yet thinner clubface. The addition of the new Boron-and-steel combination makes the golf ball go further without any other design manipulations.
What loft is a Mizuno JPX 850 gap wedge?
Specifications: Mizuno JPX 850 Forged Iron Set
Are JPX-850 irons forgiving?
Much like the JPX-EZ, the JPX-850 isn’t impressive in the subjective categories, but it is forgiving iron. While it is fairly long – long enough to be compared with most of this year’s “distance irons” – the JPX-850 Forged produced higher ball speed and more distance than the JPX-850.
What year did Mizuno JPX 825 come out?
(Written By: Tony Covey) When you consider the offerings in the marketplace today, it’s possible Mizuno’s JPX-825 Pro (released fall 2012) is the ultimate tweener iron. If nothing else, it’s one of the equipment industry’s greatest enigmas.
What are the lofts on Mizuno JPX 850 Irons?
Specifications: Mizuno JPX 850 Iron Set
Are JPX 825 forgiving?
Summary: The new Mizuno JPX-825 is the longest, straightest and most forgiving iron the brand has ever created. Suited for the mid-to-high capper, the 825 delivers exceptional ball speed and explosive distance as the face has been created with a responsive hot face utilising MAX COR technology.