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The New 2016 Mizuno JPX 900 Forged Golf Irons – With love from Japan to India

Building on the foundation of JPX850 Forged and Boron steel, make “across the board” enhancements that improve the look, feel, and distance.

Key features:-

  •  Grain Flow Forged 1025 Boron
  • New COR Tech Face Design
  • Reengineered CNC Milled Pocket
  • Power Frame
  • Compact Head Size
  • Ultra Clean JPX Design
  • Project X LZ Graphite Shap

GF FORGED 1025 BORON:

  • Grain Flow Forging process delivers soft, solid, consistent feel.
  • 1025 Boron is roughly 30% stronger than 1025 allowing thinner, hotter, more extreme geometry.
  • Increased strength of Boron material frees up discretionary weight to be more optimally used.

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NEW COR TECH:

  • Oriented to optimize ball speeds on center impacts.
  • Allows for higher ball speeds all across the face.
  • Large rebound area combined with COR Tech to deliver even higher COR.

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RESHAPED POCKET CAVITY:

  •  Thinnest area of sole extended in both the Toe and Heel directions for more ball speed.
  • 21.5 grams removed to be redistributed to the Power Frame.

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POWER FRAME DESIGN:-

  • More mass pushed to the extreme corners to deliver unmatched stability.
  • Reinforced top line ensures a strong, powerful sound at impact.

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MORE APPEALING HEAD SHAPE:

  • Smaller face gauge compared to 850 Forged for a more compact look at address.
  • Lower Toe Height gives very sleek, modern, player’s look.
  • Straighter lines with slightly more mass low gives playability image in a small size.

HARMONIC IMPACT TECHNOLOGY: SOFT, SOLID FEEL:

  • Frequencies dialed in to meet player preferences for solid and strong feel.
  • Power Frame allowed redistribution of weight will still maintaining the desired HIT frequencies.
  • Key frequencies are tuned via modal analysis and historical benchmarking.

September 16 will see the release of JPX 900 line.

The New 2016 Mizuno JPX 900 TOUR Irons – With love from Japan to India

Combine the best attributes of Mizuno’s Grain flow Forged Player’s irons with advanced weighting strategies and aggressive styling of JPX, thus providing a compact, workable iron with a surprising level of playability.

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KEY FEATURES:

  • Grain Flow Forged 1025E
  • Tour Proven Sole Design
  • Power Frame
  • Compact Head Size
  • Mizuno Tour Level Feel
  • Ultra Clean JPX Design
  • Dynamic Gold AMT

GRAIN FLOW FORGED 1025E:

  • Grain Flow Forging process delivers soft, solid, consistent feel.
  • 1025E Mild Carbon Steel: Elite forging material and is Tour Proven.n1

SOLE DESIGN:

  • Same proven sole geometry and shaping preferred by PGA Tour players.
  • Large camber with rounded leading and trailing edges ensure consistent turf interaction.
  • Thinnest sole ever created on a JPX golf club for maximum versatility.

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POWER FRAME DESIGN:

  • More mass pushed to the extreme corners to deliver unmatched stability.
  • Reinforced top line ensures a strong, powerful sound at impact.

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COMPACT HEAD SIZE:

  •  Smaller face gauge compared to MP-25 for a compact look at address.
  • Lower Toe Height gives very sleek, modern, player’s look.
  • Straighter lines with slightly more mass low gives playability image in a small size.

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HARMONIC IMPACT TECHNOLOGY DELIVERS MP LEVEL FEEL:

  •  Character of sound very similar to that of MP-64.
  • Power Frame allowed redistribution of weight while still maintaining the desired HIT frequencies.
  • Key frequencies are tuned via modal analysis and historical benchmarking.

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DYNAMIC GOLD AMT:

  • New generation Dynamic Gold shaft that is designed to flow through a better player’s bag.
  • 60-70 gram Driver Shaft.
  • 70-80 gram Fairway Shaft.
  • 80-100 gram Hybrid Shaft.
  • 100-130 gram Iron Shaft.
  • 120-130 gram Wedge Shaft.
  • Exact same step pattern and Swing Weight as Dynamic Gold.

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The all new JPX 900 Tour Iron shows why truly ‘Nothing feels like a Mizuno’.

The New 2016 Mizuno JPX 900 Hybrids – With love from Japan to India

The new JPX900 series will be available from September 2016. We previewed the driver (Read) and the woods (Read) in our earlier articles, now let’s have a look at the JPX 900 Hybrids.

Key features:-

  • Quick Switch
  • Shockwave Sole
  • 1770 Maraging Face
  • Reverse Hosel Offset (FP) Design
  • Re-engineered head dimensions
  • Low and Shallow COG

Quick ‘Switch’:

  • 1st Hosel Adjustable Hybrid by Mizuno.
  • JPX 900 Quick Switch adaptor layout at +/- system.
  • New adaptor is clearly labelled for LH/RH.
  • Hybrid specific adaptor (smaller than FW).

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Shock Wave Sole:

  • Maintains high COR low on the face.

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Face Progression Design:

  • Face progression flows from high to low.
  • Blends gap between FW and Long irons.

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Re-Engineered Head Dimension:

  • More compact head size.
  • More pure Hybrid shape.

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Low and Shallow COG Design:

  • Sole region has extra mass to promote Low COG (high launch).
  • Smaller head width keeps shallow COG depth for less spin.

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Performance Summary:

Combine Mizuno’s distance generating technologies: 1770 Maraging Face and Shockwave Sole, with a thoughtful head shape design that better links the players highest lofted fairway wood to their strongest lofted iron.

Mizuno JPX 900 Series Golf Clubs will be open for Pre – Booking in India @Golfoy on 15th August, 2016.

#Nothing feels like Mizuno

Mizuno’s much awaited JPX 900 Woods.

The new JPX900 series will be available from September 2016. We previewed the driver earlier (Read), now have a look at the new JPX 900 Woods.

Key features:-

  • New Fast Track Technology (infinite centre track)
  • Quick Switch
  • Shock Wave Sole
  • Re-engineered head dimensions
  • Waffle Crown

Extreme Adjustability:

  • 15g weight moves SS height 1mm.
  • 15g weight moves COG depth by 2.3mm.
  • Spin ratio variance is 700 rpm.

 

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Quick ‘Switch’:

  • JPX 900 Quick Switch adaptor layout changed to +/- system.
  • New adaptor is clearly labelled for LH/RH SKU.
  • Backwards compatible with JPX 850/EZ.

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Shock Wave Sole:

  • Maintains high COR low on the face.
  • COG forwarded design.

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Waffle Crown:

  • 0.55mm / 0.35mm MULTI-THICKNESS Crown optimises mass properVes while maintaining strength.
  • Promotes low COG.

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Performance Summary:

Realising that spin is critical to optimising the performance of a fairway wood, utilise Mizuno’s Fast Track technology to allow players to precisely tune the performance of their fairway woods.

Mizuno JPX 900 Series Golf Clubs will be open for Pre – Booking in India @Golfoy on 15th August, 2016.

#Nothing feels like Mizuno.

A preview of Mizuno’s all new JPX 900 Driver

Mizuno is all set to debut its newest clubs on the pro tours. A new driver, the JPX 900, made its appearance on the USGA’s conforming list of drivers. Mizuno will be releasing its new JPX 900 series this September.

Key features:-

Adjustability:

  • New Fast Track Technology (infinite center track)
  • Quick Switch
  • (VFA) Visual Face Angle Adjustment
  • Larger range for 3 key parameters (Sweet Spot height / COG depth / COG distance)
  • More players can find best setting for maximum distance

  • HIT(harmonic impact technology), minimum and effective ribs structure achieves solid, powerful sound

New CORTECH face design:

  • Expands high COR area
  • Designed to be 5g lighter than previous CORTECH design.

Verdict:-

This driver has all the abilities that a pro needs because:-

  • Provide players with a wider range of adjustability.
  • Provide the player with every tool needed for optimization of launch and spin parameters.


Mizuno JPX 900 Series Golf Clubs will be open for Pre – Booking in India @Golfoy on 15th August, 2016
#Nothing feels like Mizuno.

Mizuno - Story of the Runbird

Mizuno Golf – History of the Runbird

In India’s golf industry, the unmistakable Chev logo of Callaway, FJ of FootJoy  have been omnipresent for quite a long time. However, there’s another logo which has gained considerable reputation and recognition in India’s golf space within a very short span of time and that is the Runbird – the symbol of Mizuno – The bird that never settles for anything less than what it deserves. The runbird symbolizes the traditional Japanese approach to sports with infinite energy and limitless space.

For all the time before 1980, Mizuno had used the ‘M’ logo. However, due to trademark issues and its similarity to Adidas’ logo, Mizuno wanted a new logo which would be distinct and would also portray the company’s values in a more refined manner.

This job of symbolizing the traditional Japanese approach was given to Noboru Kono in 1980. Kono san was a veteran at Mizuno and was one of the best person who understood Mizuno’s work ethic, its dedication to quality etc. Mizuno started an Internal Plan called the “New Line Project” for this purpose and designed nearly 180 logos which were all rejected , because they simply did not justify Mizuno’s open and expansive views.

After a gap of nearly one year, the design team came up with two words that would further decide the logo of the company Run which equated to health and sports and Bird which in Japan has symbolic roots in the expansion of free spirits. Now, with the words in their mind, the design team again went to the drawing board and finally came up with the Avian design we see today.

The first run bird appeared in the USA in 1982 when it was printed on the National Volleyball Team’s shoes and further all sports under the Mizuno umbrella started using the common logo, Golf being the last to take it up in 2007.

Today, the Runbird signifies the expansive 18 hole golf course and Mizuno’s pursuit of winning its each hole through its equipment. The runbird perches on the golfer’s head and keeps pushing him to have a limitless approach while he drives the ball and hits it for an inspirational distance. The Runbird has truly become what it was always meant to be . . .