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Mizuno JPX-825 Pro Steel Iron Set

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Golfballs.com Expert Description

The Grain Flow Forged JPX-825 Pro pushes the design limits to achieve greater forgiveness and feel in this “player’s” game improvement iron. The 4-7 irons offer a deep CNC milled pocket cavity that provides 17 grams of discretionary weight that is used for extreme toe-heel weighting providing plenty of forgiveness where you need it. The 8-GW features a full cavity design with greater thickness behind the impact for a more penetrating and workable ball flight for pinpoint accuracy in the scoring irons.

2013 Golf Digest Hot List Silver Irons
  • Grain Flow Forged 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel provides a superior soft, solid, and consistent feel.
  • Enhanced COR (Coefficient of Restitution) face design for increased distance.
  • 4-7 iron deep CNC milled pocket cavity for ease of launch and greater forgiveness.
  • 8-PW solid full cavity design for precision and control.
  • Toe/Heel weighted cavity design increases Sweet Area

Avg Rating: 5 out of 5
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Sweet clubs
6/13/2014
I had been playing MP-59 irons (good clubs), but felt I now needed something more forgiving, but with the same sweet feel. These fit the bill perfectly. Love 'em.
Art (Cherokee, CA)
Handicap 11 - 15
Solid clubs; Good price and fast delivery
6/24/2013
I have been playing Mizuno MP-62's and love their look and feel...but I really don't get to play enough to hit those muscle back blades consistently. I decided to go with more "game improvement" irons but wanted something with the good feedback and feel of the Mizunos. These irons are definitely more forgiving with toe hits (my most common mishit) traveling closer to the same distance as a pure strike. They look like a players iron at address and feel almost as buttery soft as the Mizuno blades. They do have a bit stronger lofts than the standard Mizuno blades, so there is a bigger gap between my PW and my Mizuno MP-R12 gap wedge. I hit them about a 1/2 club farther than my MP-62's.
Bill (Panther Creek, TX)
Handicap 0 - 5

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