I was in the process to find a set of irons that would help me to score better. My criteria were distance and accuracy. That was about just everyone's criteria for his or her desired set of irons. I owned Ping Anser. I custom fitted with Mizuno JPX800. Three swings, I got my recommended shaft, TrueTemper GS95 R300 Soft Step. I have 73mph club head speed with 6 iron. I just got them 3 days ago. I played 2 rounds with the JPX800 irons. Wow! They are at least one club longer than my set, very forgiven on mishit, and accurate. I love the ball flight with sizzling high boring trajectory - That's where the distance comes from. Even though the loft on each iron is stronger than most, the technologies Mizuno put into the JPX800 allowed it to fly high enough to give the carry you want yet produces the longer distance you always search for.
Mizuno are legends in the field of forged irons and they have produced another winner with the not so snappily named JPX-800 Irons. This is a slight departure from their usual offerings that are based on finesse and control because this baby is all about power and distance. However, with Mizuno being Mizuno, they havenít sacrificed that great feel or the looks of this club in any shape or form. It maintains classy lines and whilst not quite as sleek as the MP line, it has a whole lot of performance packed into the slightly larger club head. A simple cavity design of the K15 Driver looks great and the club sets up really nicely behind the ball. With a choice of several quality shafts, this is a great iron for players across a wide range of skill sets. I know of a few very low handicappers who play this club yet it is usable for anyone up to around a 20 or even slightly beyond. Itís a smart choice if you are in the market for new irons and want to gain a few yards without resorting to a breeze block on a stick.
It's obvious that Mizuno has road-tested all of the individual technologies in the Asian Market before bringing them altogether as a unit for the U.S. market. These JPX 800's carry many features that Mizuno has never brought to the U.S. until now. What I really like about the G20 Driver is that they fit a niche that hasn't been served just yet. Whereas many Super Game Improvement Irons border on Game Improvement Irons, these are Game Improvement Irons that border on Super Game Improvement Irons. If you've already got that semi-repeatable swing, and you're looing for that club that can get you from the lower nineties to the lower 80's these may very well be them according to £199.99 - Ping G15 Irons UK. If your game is about feel and beginning to show signs of needing to work the ball just a shade - these are some of the better clubs out there.