My Experience of Hitting Mizuno JPX 800 Irons

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In a fiercely competitive sector, Mizuno have delivered a fantastic iron. That is Mizuno JPX 800 Irons. When I hit these, it wasn’t quite the usual Mizuno experience.

The top line and sole are a little thicker and the cavity back a little deeper. The face appears to be slightly larger. This makes sense- you give up a little feel and playability for a extra forgiveness. Honestly, from a looks perspective I'd say the PRO versions look very similar to many companies' better players clubs and the JPX 800 irons for sale still look more "traditional" than most game improvement clubs on the market.

It’s not too chunky and retains some player’s iron qualities but the top line is slightly thicker than an MP iron. I actually liked the balance of the club head design, fitting in between an MP and a game improvement very nicely. This is a game improvement class club but as I said before, that doesn’t stop it finding its way into the bags of some very low handicaps.

I loved these irons. I really think Mizuno is on to something special with these clubs. I love the feel of Mizuno irons- so much so that despite being custom fit by Nike I'm still tempted constantly to go back and play my set of mizuno mp-58 irons.

This is all a precursor to the fact that I wanted the clubs to be lofted a little weaker, especially the short irons. Yes- I hit the Gap wedge further than my current Gap wedge- but at 49 degrees it is 3 degrees "stronger" than my current club.

If you are a fairly decent player and can shoot in the 90s or below then you really ought to give these some serious thought because they have it all.

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