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Mizuno JPX 800 Driver (Right, Graphite, Regular, 10 degrees)

July 21, 2011

Mizuno JPX 800 Driver (Right, Graphite, Regular, 10 degrees)

  • Headcover included
  • “HOT Metal” face
  • Ultra thin crown
  • Strategic internal weighting system
  • Horizontal moment of inertia

Mizuno JPX-800 Driver…Explosive Distance! The JPX-800 driver utilizes Mizuno’s new Ultimate Dynamic Stability (UDS) technology for explosive distance from anywhere on the face. UDS unites a forged titanium “Hot Metal” face, ultra-thin crown and a strategic internal weighting system to greatly increase vertical and horizontal moment of inertia. The result: maximum ball speeds and massive distance, even outside of the sweet area. Mizuno Mens JPX-800 Drivers feature: Lofts: 9 10.5 Graphite shaft

List Price: $ 350.00

Price: $ 298.95

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What are the reasons that this method can lead to more inconsistent performance on golf course. Because when the metal is poured into the mould, it always traps tiny bubbles inside the metal structure which can make the face of your Mizuno JPX E600 Forged Irons inconsistent and in extreme cases leads to cracking and breaking.


Mizuno is a global corporation which makes a wide variety of sports equipment and sportswear. Mizuno Irons, utilizing cutting-edge design technology, was create the highest level of game improvement and always be the choice for many top players.



Another consequence of air being trapped in the head is the different sound that a cast club will make versus a forged club. The air that is trapped in a cast club like Mizuno MP-68 Irons can absorb the sound of the ball leaving the club which means that the better golfer does not get the same feedback from the strike as with a forged club.


Indeed many say that the sound of the cast club is a dull, dead sound. Which is not what the ambitious golfer wants when he is trying to hone his game.


For many years now, Mizuno golf irons have been the player’s choice, the connoisseur’s choice.That is until they sign the massive endorsement deal and sell out. And who can blame them you might say? Well you don’t have to..and if you really love the sound of a well struck iron shot and the feel which a forged iron from Mizuno can give you then you owe it to yourself to check out the Mizuno golf irons.


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Question by brian M: which golf clubs are better teh adams a2′s or the mizuno mx 17′s?

Best answer:

Answer by mcbush25
I have personally hit both sets. Each set has it’s own advantages and dis advantages. I thought that the MX-17′s were very easy to hit, especially in the mid to long irons, but I caught myself digging too much with the short irons. The Adams a2′s are super forgiving and the hybrids that it comes with are stupid easy to hit. The a2 irons are as fat on the sole as the MX-17′s, but they are still easy to get airborne. I would go with the Adams irons, but you should try the irons out for yourself and go with what is best for you. Don’t foget the Adams a2 OS irons as well.

Give your answer to this question below!

Donal took the Dawn Raider to Carton House for the latest Dawn Raid. The latest driver, fairway and hybrids were compared against their predecessor to really see if the new clubs are worth the investment. In this video review Donal and one of the dawn raiders are taking a look at the Mizuno MX700 driver.
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