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  • JPX-825
  • JPX-850
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Mizuno JPX-825 driver

The Mizuno JPX-825 driver has a square face angle, favored by many skilled players, and a multi-thickness CORTECH face to optimize distance, forgiveness and control.

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Mizuno JPX-850 drivers, woods, hybrids, irons

Mizuno's JPX-850 line offers comprehensive options, from a driver with sliding weight tracks to cast or forged irons as well as fairway woods and hybrids.

  • JPX-825
  • JPX-850
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Mizuno JPX-825 fairway woods

The Mizuno JPX-825 fairway woods feature an Ultimate Dynamic Stability internal weight; one function of this weighting is to provide a high trajectory and maximum carry distance

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Mizuno JPX-850 fairway wood

Mizuno has introduced new technology to its JPX-850 fairway woods that the company calls Shock Wave sole and promises greater distance.

  • JPX-825
  • JPX-850
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Mizuno JPX-825 hybrids

The Mizuno JPX-825 hybrids are designed to be pure hybrids, not mini versions of fairway woods, and are available in four lofts.

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Mizuno JPX-850 hybrids

Mizuno's Shock Wave Sole, intended to allow the clubhead to contract then expand upon impact, helps define the company's new JPX-850 hybrids.

  • JPX 800 HD
  • JPX-825 & Pro
  • JPX-850
  • JPX-850 Forged
  • JPX-EZ
  • MP-15
  • MP-4
  • MP-54
  • MP-59
  • MP-64
  • MP-69
  • MP-H5
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Mizuno introduces irons, hybrids, wedges

Mizuno’s golf clubs for 2012 will arrive in shops around the United States the second week of September. The lineup includes two new irons for better players: MP-69 and MP-59.

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Mizuno to introduce four new iron models

Mizuno is about to introduce four new iron models, and golfers might be surprised by what they see, says James Achenbach.

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Mizuno announces JPX-850 irons

The cast version of the Mizuno JPX-850 irons has a slightly firmer feel and is all about that elusive combination of distance and forgiveness on offcenter hits.

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Mizuno JPX-850 Forged irons

It took Mizuno six years to develop the concept found in the new JPX-850 Forged irons, which feature boron added to forged carbon steel as a thinner face was incorporated.

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Mizuno JPX-EZ irons

Mizuno's directive to designers for the latest JPX irons: "Let's take this thing to another galaxy." The result? The JPX-EZ and JPX-EZ Forged models feature advanced technology – and orange cosmetics.

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Mizuno MP-15 irons

The new MP-15 from Mizuno is the latest advancement in Mizuno's design concept of combining titanium and steel in an iron clubhead.

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Mizuno MP-15, MP-H5 irons, MP-T5 wedges

Two new MP irons for 2015, the MP-15 and MP-H5, plus a collection of new MP-T5 wedges go on sale Sept. 19.

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Mizuno MP-4 irons

Give Luke Donald a forged iron and a grinding wheel, and he becomes a golf surgeon. His handiwork is evident in Mizuno's new MP-4 irons, which feature his signature sole.

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Mizuno to introduce four new iron models

Mizuno is about to introduce four new iron models, and golfers might be surprised by what they see, says James Achenbach.

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Mizuno MP-54 irons

Mizuno's new MP-54 irons balance a classic forged look and modern design, including a milled pocket cavity for better trajectory control.

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Mizuno MP-59 forged irons

The MP-59 has titanium forged into the muscleback area of the blade, producing a sweet area that Mizuno says is 5 percent larger than that of the MP-58.

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Toy Box: Donald wins with new Mizuno sticks

When Luke Donald won Sunday at the Transitions Championship to regain the No. 1 world ranking, he was carrying 12 clubs that were new to his bag this year. This is the player who won two money titles in 2011, but that didn’t stop him from making wholesale changes in his bag.

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Mizuno introduces irons, hybrids, wedges

Mizuno’s golf clubs for 2012 will arrive in shops around the United States the second week of September. The lineup includes two new irons for better players: MP-69 and MP-59.

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Tease photo

Mizuno to introduce four new iron models

Mizuno is about to introduce four new iron models, and golfers might be surprised by what they see, says James Achenbach.

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Tease photo

Mizuno introduces irons, hybrids, wedges

Mizuno’s golf clubs for 2012 will arrive in shops around the United States the second week of September. The lineup includes two new irons for better players: MP-69 and MP-59.

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Mizuno MP-H5 irons

Mizuno’s new MP-H5 irons advance the company’s attempts to provide forgiveness in irons.

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Mizuno MP-15, MP-H5 irons, MP-T5 wedges

Two new MP irons for 2015, the MP-15 and MP-H5, plus a collection of new MP-T5 wedges go on sale Sept. 19.

  • MP R-12
  • MP-T5
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Toy Box: Donald wins with new Mizuno sticks

When Luke Donald won Sunday at the Transitions Championship to regain the No. 1 world ranking, he was carrying 12 clubs that were new to his bag this year. This is the player who won two money titles in 2011, but that didn’t stop him from making wholesale changes in his bag.

Tease photo

Mizuno introduces irons, hybrids, wedges

Mizuno’s golf clubs for 2012 will arrive in shops around the United States the second week of September. The lineup includes two new irons for better players: MP-69 and MP-59.

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Mizuno MP-T5 wedges

In the wedge world, Mizuno champions wider, shallower grooves in the high-lofted wedges and narrower, deeper grooves in the low-lofted wedges. This emphasis continues in the new MP-T5 wedges.

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Mizuno MP-15, MP-H5 irons, MP-T5 wedges

Two new MP irons for 2015, the MP-15 and MP-H5, plus a collection of new MP-T5 wedges go on sale Sept. 19.