Mizuno JPX 900 Hot Metal irons Look Feel ClubTest 2017

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Strong, angular physique strikes a balance between low-handicap appeal (minimal offset) and game-improvement necessities (ample mass); bulk never seems to get in the way; straight leading edge lines up in a snap.
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For a club this forgiving, admirable feel and feedback; maintains a modicum of its buttery Mizuno roots in a more uniform, supercharged package; smooth, rhythmic momentum keeps you in the golf shot.
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One of the best point-and-shoot irons, noticeably easier to play than its sibling, the JPX 900 Forged; extreme results are rare; tons of help low on the face and on the toe; guys have a fighting chance to hit the 4-iron well.