Mizuno JPX 825 Pro Irons
Mizuno's most forgiving Grain Flow Forged iron, the JPX-825 Pro Irons pack an incredibly soft feel and sensational feedback.
With more offset, thicker top-line and larger face profile than its MP counterparts, the Mizuno JPX-825 Pro Iron set is well matched to solid ball strikers looking for a little more assistance from off centre strikes. With a thinner face than the MP irons, the JPX825 Pro also generates a higher level of ball speed and yardage club for club.
Through the set the JPX825 Pro produces a more solid feel than its predecessor (JPX800 Pro) – thanks to a reinforced cavity frame, engineered through Mizuno’s Harmonic Impact Technology (H.I.T) project. The possibility of clean, consistent ball striking is made possible with a triple cut sole design – allowing the mid size sole to pass cleanly through the turf.
The JPX825 Pro also evolves a more pronounced taper in head-size from 4 iron to pitching wedge. The head length change through the set is the most noticeable in Mizuno’s iron line up and ensures there is control where most needed in the shorter irons.
The JPX825 Pro’s long and mid irons (4-7 iron) offer a deep CNC milled pocket cavity that allows 17 grams of weight to the toe and heel - providing plenty of forgiveness where most needed. The shorter irons (8-PW) forgo the milled pocket, for a simpler cavity design with greater thickness behind impact for a more penetrating and workable ball flight.
The JPX825 Pro is available for fitting at Mizuno’s network of Swing DNA stockists.
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"We went back to scratch with the JPX825 Pro and asked ourselves again what better players wanted from a forgiving iron. We started with how it needed to look at address and how each iron needed to feel – right the way through the set. Overall we wanted to factor in a little more feel, which is why we improved the cavity frame and added thickness behind the hitting area.
I’m very happy how the JPX825 Pro looks at address – it appears so powerful and thick. We avoided the longer irons getting too long and thin looking, but you can tell there’s still plenty of forgiveness there.
The JPX825 Pro is going to appeal to a lot of different player types. Low handicap players who have learned to play with cavity irons but want a little more feedback, mid handicap guys who expect to improve and want an iron that can grow with them, or ladies tour players who consistently find the middle of the clubface, but want a little more zip on the ball."
Tetsu Kanayama - R&D
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