Mizuno JPX800 Pro Iron set Golf Club
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|Enjoy playing golf with the Mizuno JPX-800 Pro golf club irons that provides enhanced control and precision while you play. This Mizuno Iron set flaunts an Under Cut Forging technique for superb distance as well as a low deep center of gravity for forgiveness. The Grain Flow Forging process provides soft and consistent feel while the Modal Analysis and Harmonic Impact Technology ensures optimum sound , these golf club irons ensure clean and full impact strokes. The triple cut sole design of this Mizuno Iron set enhances your shot from whichever angle you choose to use. The head-size, thin top line, and silver tone add to the overall look of the Mizuno JPX-800 Pro irons.|
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- realcam_deOct 22, 2015Verified purchase - NEWby
Very Nice Irons
It's early days, about half a dozen rounds in, and first impressions are very good.
These are cavity backs but they look not at all like a big shovel like game improvers. Very pleasing at address and in the bag. I love the look and feel of them.
They are more forgiving on less than perfect contacts than the muscle backs I had before. They want to go straight without any hand rescuing needed even on poorer swings. I put this down to the fact that I found the right shaft from the ones available with this set before my purchase.
- surfhunter6Oct 19, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
- bullioncoinvaul...Apr 4, 2011by
Mizuno JPX-800 Pro
Can I say enough about the JPX-800 Pro? Nah, probably not. They're a near perfect combination of what one would want in a game improvement iron- forgiving yet moderately workable, compact and very attractive. I can easily see better, lower handicap players with the JPX-800 Pro in the bag, yet I can also see someone on the low end of the high handicap range playing them as well.
While Mizuno gets a ton of praise for their players irons, they deserve just as much for what they offer in the GI category. This is the second set of irons I've reviewed in that classification, and I gotta be honest, they blow just about anything else I've hit out of the water. They're as easy to hit as a lot of the much bigger, max GI irons out there, yet you look down at them, and they appear only slightly thicker than a blade.
In fact, the distance these irons achieve is nothing short of spectacular. For me, it was actually too good in my first round with them. I actually over shot a couple of targets, though after a couple more rounds with these in the bag, and becoming more familiar with them, and that problem no longer exists. What a great problem to have though, right? Dialing in those three quarters and half shots will also take a little work, with a little more touch on my part as well. In this case I suspect my rustiness was the majority of the issue there. Give it a solid swing, and solid contact, and you'll get exactly what you want in return. One big observation is that even though the distance these irons produce is great, I didn't find that they launch the ball ridiculously high. They do get the ball up in the air easily, but a lot of the game improvement irons I've hit really take the ball insanely high in the air in an effort to go longer. That's not the case here. Ball flight is penetrating and boring and is pretty workable up and down. Some irons I've hit have made it nearly impossible to go low, but the JPX-800 Pro does not fall into that category. I was ecstatic with one particular pitching wedge shot that I had to keep low. The flight was actually lower than I had intended - so low that I thought it would skip off the back of the green, but instead it landed, bounced once, and immediately checked up. I couldn't have been happier to leave the wedge in the bag on that trip to the putting green. Overall I was pretty surprised with that aspect, as the Dynalite Gold XP is listed as a high launch shaft.
There's no doubt the JPX-800 Pros will be in my bag for quite a while, and I firmly believe that, if you're in the market for new irons and you don't try these out, you'll be selling yourself short. Mizuno absolutely has a winner on their hands with the JPX-800 Pro irons.Read full review
- beezle-snazzleApr 22, 2011by
these sticks are butter and chocolate.
I've been hitting blade or blade like irons since 2003. MP 32 to MP 60 to MP 57..you can see the progression. The JPX 800 pro's are the closest to blades in a cavity back so far. Mizuno feel with alot more forgiveness than any of the cavity blades they make. If you are a 10-15 handicap, you'll love these irons.
- tree1941Jul 11, 2013by
7 Iron, Pitching Wedge, and Gap Wedge were worn to the point that I chose to replace them, but this was a nice set of clubs, overall.