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  • Mizuno Mens JPX-825 Pro Forged Irons 4 - GW Dynalite Gold XP Steel right Regular
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Mizuno JPX-825 Pro Irons Steel

by Mizuno

Price: $899.99 & FREE Shipping
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  • Set includes: 4 thru PW (45A) A* GW (50A)
  • Grain Flow ForgedATM 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel provides superior soft, solid, and consistent feel
  • Harmonic Impact Technology (HIT) tuned for a solid, powerful sound at impact
  • 4-7 iron deep CNC milled pocket cavity for ease of launch and greater forgiveness
  • 8-GW solid full cavity design for precision and control
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Product Description

The Grain Flow Forged JPX-825 Pro pushes the design limits to achieve forgiveness and feel in this "player's" game improvement iron. The 4-7 iron offer a deep CNC milled pocket cavity that provides 17 grams of discretionary weight that is used for extreme toe-heel weighting providing plenty of forgiveness where you need it. The 8-GW feature a full cavity design with greater thickness behind impact for a more penetrating and workable ball flight for pinpoint accuracy in the scoring irons. Utilizing Harmonic Impact Technology, Mizuno engineers designed an incredibly strong cavity frame that allows a thinner, more reactive face for increased initial ball speed while maintaining an unbelievably solid feel at impact. A tour confirmed triple cut sole design provides the appropriate relief on the leading and trailing edges for ideal turf interaction and solid ball striking from anywhere on the course.

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  • Item Weight: 9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B009CZ1UBC
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #685,876 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DanoRoo on May 10, 2014
Golf Club Flex: StiffShaft Material Type: SteelHand Orientation: Right
I’ve been playing the same course every Friday for over 20 years, averaging 85 or 86 over that time. I received my JPX-825 Pros on Wednesday, hit them at the range on Thursday, and shot 79 at the previously mentioned course on Friday. These are truly some fine irons. I hit them straighter, farther and higher than any set of irons I’ve ever owned. My set has the optional Project X 5.0 graphite shafts instead of the Dynalite shafts.
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By Michael Mahony on October 6, 2013
Golf Club Flex: StiffShaft Material Type: SteelHand Orientation: Right Verified Purchase
I love the clubs Previous had the MD 58's and these clubs require much less effort to use. They are not quite the player type club that the MD 58"s are but well worth the swap. When compared to many other perimeter weighted clubs I have to say as you move up the degree of club the closer it gets to a player type club with not to much clunkiness and more focus on the clean hit.
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