Equipment: Mizuno JPX EZ irons are fantastic
A review of the Mizuno JPX EZ irons complete with photos and videos.
Here at Eye on Golf we care not just about the people who play the game but also the equipment they use. I recently got a chance to test out a new product, here's what I think about it.
What product were you testing?
The Mizuno JPX EZ irons -- a set of irons Mizuno says has "the largest 'sweet spot' ever."
What's your favorite thing about the clubs?
I'm about a 20 handicap so I feel out of control if I'm hitting blades or something that isn't geared for a pretty standard amateur.
That being said I feel in total control when I hit these. Even my misses aren't bad misses -- they're the kind that still go the distance you need.
The clubs are a bit on the lighter side -- but I'm also a bit on the heavy side so if you're a normal-sized person they'll be weighted perfectly for you.
Either way, the weight doesn't really affect the way I hit them much. The fact that they are lighter actually makes me feel like I have more control over my ball striking and shot shaping (with the little shot shaping I acutally do).
Do they look good?
They look pretty great. I'm an Oklahoma State guy so I'm a sucker for anything with orange in it which, as you can see above, these have.
Do you have a video?
Mizuno has done a really great job tailoring their products for true amateurs who want to have a professional experiance. They even built an entire campaign around this idea called Play Famously:
Where can I buy these?
How about at Mizuno Golf.
And are they costly?
Middle of the road at $699 for steel and $899 for graphite.
I like these sticks a lot -- they're what I'm currently playing with.
If you're looking for a club you can control -- especially the longer irons -- this is a product you should definitely test.
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