Mizuno JPX-800 Pro Irons

Mizuno JPX-800 Pro Irons 

DESCRIPTION

Mizuno JPX 800 Pro Iron Set The Mizuno JPX 800 Pro Iron Set offers the perfect balance of forgiveness, distance, feel and ball control. It features the hottest face ever in the legendary Mizuno Grain Flow Forged Iron Series. Additional Features: Set Composition: 3-ApproachWedge Shaft Brand: True Temper Dynamic Gold XP Shaft Type: True Temper Dynamic Gold XP Grip: Golf Pride M-21

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 11, 2013]
nole golf
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Mizuno jpx 88 pro

I have played mizuno clubs for a while now (mx-900's, mx-200's, mp 57's. ) Traded the mx-200's in at golfsmith on the jpx 800 pro's. They combine the shot making of my 57's and the forgiveness of the 200's. They are a club longer but they come with stronger lofts, but they fly higher than any of the other clubs I had to slow my back swing down to hit them , but that has made me a better golfer over all. Last 4 rds are in the 70's all on different courses. These are great clubs.

Customer Service

not used

Similar Products Used:

Mizuno mx 900's mizuno mx 200's, mizuno mp 57,s Wilson c-11's

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 03, 2012]
Warren C
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Mizuno JPX Pro

Without any testing, I bought a set of Mizuno JPX Pro Irons (I was coming from a set of Mizuno MX20 and am a real fan of Mizuno clubs).

These are beautiful clubs, the head size is just right, they look right at address, they feel beautiful, but I simply couldn’t hit them!

Good shots were great, poor shots were brutal - they were not as forgiving as the marketing would lead you to believe. In the time I had the clubs I struggled to break 95 and hadn’t made a single birdie (I have now switched to Titleist AP1 712 irons, they took a bit of getting used to but my last three rounds were 87, 87 & 85).

The marketing says that they are aimed at the 4-20 handicap player and are as forgiving as the MX200 with the head size of the MX300. While I have never used the MX200 irons, I have played a round with the MX300 and would say that they are more forgiving than the JPX Pro irons.

These are great clubs, which is why I have given them five stars and I can understand a sub 10 handicap player using them, but they are just not for the mid handicap player (unless you are a serious ball striker and some other part of your game means that you are a mid handicap).

If you have the ability to hit these clubs, they will give you immense pleasure but just don’t expect much forgiveness from them.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Feb 22, 2012]
rayp1111
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Mizuno JPX 800 Irons

Got rid of my Mizuno TP9's about 15 years ago and have been looking for a Mizuno set as good or better than those since. Have probably used almost every left handed model that Mizuno have put out since then and although they still make the best forged irons, I wanted a more forgiving iron as I am not getting any younger and I cant hit blades like I used to. I think that this model is the best non forged cavity iron they have produced so far although, I have not used the MX200, which looks similar. This set is what I have really been looking for with Mizuno cavity irons, the head is slightly larger but not too big, still has a great bladish type look, Great distance, more forgiving than there forged sets. They really got it right with this model. A great club for a low to medium marker I believe. My search is at an end!!!

Customer Service

No idea

Similar Products Used:

Much too many to count and name.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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