Mizuno Product Information
Mizuno MP53 irons- a development of the MP52 irons
with a little more forgiveness built in to the longer irons due to
a slightly deeper cut-away design in the back of the
Mizuno MP63 irons - a
development of the MP62 irons, again with a little more playability
in the longer irons due to more efficient weight
Mizuno MP T-11 wedges - a new
version of the T-10 wedges with conforming grooves and a slightly
altered finish to reduce glare.
MP68 Irons - The latest in Mizuno's long line
of blade irons. This head has a little more weight at the base for
a touch extra launch but goes back to the MP33/MP37 style shape
which will appeal to many who like a simple, classic blade
JPX 800 Driver - Rather than go for a toed in,
draw biased driver in their more playable range, Mizuno have opted
for a cleaner looking, squarer sitting head with the draw help
coming from internal weighting instead. A neat head shape with a
blue paint finish, this head is very user-friendly promoting more
of an "up and out" ball flight. Very easy to hit, it gives quite a
solid feel and whilst Mizuno are not necessarily known for their
woods this range is a very strong set of clubs.
JPX 800 Fairway wood - A nice flat sole helps
the club to sit neatly on the turf creating good confidence at
address. A similar square set up to the driver, the sole of the
head has been cambered off at the back to reduce drag off the turf
and help maintain club head speed through impact. High launch and
lower spin, it is again very easy to use and again has the blue
paint finish on the crown.
JPX 800 Hybrid - Quite a wood like head it has
a distinctive visual with a grey frame to the front of the crown
and a blue back half. Very easy to launch and flight, it sits
cleanly at address with the same cambered back half to the sole as
the fairway wood to maintain club head speed through impact. Again
it sits square with some in-built weighting to help promote a
slight draw shape and is a very forgiving head for anyone wanting a
higher flighted alternative to a long iron.
JPX 800 Pro irons - as usual with Mizuno a
forged head. This is a very similar base shape to the MX300 head,
although there is no cut-away in the back. A slightly flatter top
edge makes the top line look a little thicker than the MP series
heads and a slightly larger overall head size for confidence at
address. A little more forgiving than the MP53 head, its sole is
not as wide as previous MX series heads so will feel a little more
solid at impact.
JPX 800 irons and wedges - A very forgiving and
powerful head with as clean a top line as Mizuno could manage for a
head of this size in an attempt to keep the Mizuno identity
throughout the range. The only cast head on offer by Mizuno, they
have worked hard on getting the MOI of the head as high as possible
and also getting the ball speed off the face as fast as possible.
The lofts are a little stronger than most Mizuno's for extra
distance making these the longest irons they have ever produced.
There is a range of wedges (GW, SW and LW) that match this set as