Mizuno JPX EZ
Our Review:When seeking distance, designers lengthen the shafts and lower the lofts to make the ball go. But Mizuno maintained traditional lofts and lengths on these irons to make it easier to get shots on the proper trajectory. Still, the clubs aren’t lacking when it comes to producing ball speed. In fact, the face is so thin Mizuno had to move the iron number from the sole to the toe for durability.
Specs: 6-iron: 28 degrees; PW: 45
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
highIt has a smooth feel all the way through impact.
highMore correction on mis-hits than you’d expect.
highThey make beautiful looking golf clubs, even in this category.
highEven the mis-hits felt good. That’s saying something.