What year did Mizuno JPX 850?

Mizuno JPX850 Irons – Product Details

UK Launch 01 September 2014
Manufacture Cast
Material Steel
Finish Chrome
Shaft Name XP115 Steel, 2014 Orochi Graphite

Are Mizuno JPX 850 Forged forgiving?

In terms of the forgiveness, the JPX-850 Forged is average for this category. Slight mishits will still end up somewhere on the green, but you’ll be in bunkers and lakes if you wander too far from the sweet spot. Mizuno recommends these clubs for 6 to 16 handicaps, and I think that’s right on the mark.

When did the Mizuno JPX 850 forged irons come out?

Sept. 19, 2014
The JPX-850 Forged irons will be available for retail purchase on Sept. 19, 2014 for $999 with a steel shaft, and $1099 for graphite, for both right and left-handed players.

Are JPX 800 irons forgiving?

A serious looking iron designed to be amazingly forgiving and explosively long, the JPX-800™ is the first model to bring Mizuno’s Global JPX technology platform to the United States.

Are JPX-825 forgiving?

Just by their name you can guess that the regular 825s are the most forgiving while the 825 Pros are in between. So whether you are a regular golfer or even a low handicapper, the Mizuno JPX-825 Pros will be great choice since they offer forgiveness, feel, looks and playability.

Are Mizuno JPX-825 forgiving?

Summary: The new Mizuno JPX-825 is the longest, straightest and most forgiving iron the brand has ever created. Suited for the mid-to-high capper, the 825 delivers exceptional ball speed and explosive distance as the face has been created with a responsive hot face utilising MAX COR technology.

When did Mizuno 825 come out?

(Written By: Tony Covey) When you consider the offerings in the marketplace today, it’s possible Mizuno’s JPX-825 Pro (released fall 2012) is the ultimate tweener iron. If nothing else, it’s one of the equipment industry’s greatest enigmas.