Mizuno JPX850 Fairway Wood & JPX850 Hybrid

Take a closer look at the new JPX850 Boron Forged Iron, JPX850 Driver and JPX850 metalwoods

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Wed, 13 Aug 2014
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JPX850 Fairway wood

The JPX850 marks a new generation of better player fairways woods – maintaining a generous, hittable size with low penetrating spin rates and high workability.  

The primary characteristic of the JPX850’s Shock Wave sole is to enable the entire club  head to contract and expand on impact – delivering an additional energy source to the clubface. The additional mass also lowers the head’s centre of gravity, maintaining high ball speeds directly off the turf.

There is a 4-degree range of loft adjustment possible within each fairway head (3/5/7) through the use of Mizuno’s Quick Switch shaft adjustability.

Key features:

- Shock Wave Technology:  Enables entire head to flex for increased ball speeds

- Waffle crown:  Saves weight for a low spinning COG effect

- Quick Switch adjustability:   Allows 4 degree of loft movement per head

- Low CG:  Maintain high ball speeds from low on the face


Available February 2015 at RRP £215 (2014 Fujikura Orochi)

JPX850 Hybrid

JPX850 also marks a new generation of distance generating hybrids. The primary characteristic of the JPX850’s Shock Wave sole is to enable the entire club  head to contract and expand on impact – delivering an additional energy source to the clubface. The additional mass also lowers the head’s centre of gravity, maintaining high ball speeds directly off the turf.

The profile at address leans towards the neutral lines preferred by Mizuno’s professional players.

Key features:

- Shock Wave sole:  Enables entire head to flex for increased ball speeds

- Low CG:  Ball speeds highest from low on the face to match impact point

- Waffle crown:  Saves weight for a low spinning CG effect.

Available February 2015 at £179 (Fujikura Orochi shaft)

 

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