Mizuno JPX 900 Forged
Our Review:The company continues to extend its expertise in forged irons into its game-improvement offerings. It might not be as confidence-inspiring at address as others on our list, but there's plenty to like for middle-handicappers. The rear cavity has been enlarged, resulting in a weight savings of 21.5 grams that was redistributed to the perimeter to bolster forgiveness. The company's emphasis on sound and feel is evident as well. That's important when you have a thin, multi-thickness face designed to produce the type of ball speed needed to compete in this category.
Specs: 6-iron: 27 degrees; PW: 45
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowThis is a perfect club for a 10-handicapper who is getting better and trending toward single digits.
midI like how the finish greatly reduces glare at address.
midYeah, baby. Clean-looking with simplistic design. Love the brushed finish. Cushiony, soft kind of feel. Amazing type of feedback on great hits and mis-hits.
highIt's almost like cheating; everything goes long and high. The sweet spot feels bigger than it should be for a game-improvement iron. Everything I could want.