High standard materials
But the design cannot be completed without the proper use of materials. The Chromoly 4140M was used in the manufacturing process. This is basically a combination between chromium and molybdenum, which are still alloys.
They are better known in the manufacturing of high precision tools where they are recognized for their durability and the ability to diminish signs of use, even over time. This special combination of steel alloys will ensure you get the chance to prove yourself as a player. Mizuno has understood this and has placed various badges on the irons which will signal everybody that you are serious about golfing. These types of marketing campaigns usually target intermediate players, but advanced golfers can also use these high precision irons to get a unique performance with a fantastic sound.
The sound is not the only good feature about the irons as they look distinctive with the colored badges and the combinations of matt and glossy finish. There have been many shinny irons, but using a combination with a matt finish is quite distinctive these days, even with the Dual Relief Zone.
The marketing towards intermediate players continues from looks to the shaft options. Although there are some available extra-options, the stock shaft is the Nippon N.S Pro Modus 3. This is aimed at intermediate players at best. Some new players are also targeted with these shafts. It can be said that Mizuno has set their minds on a particular type of golfer, which is not new but improving on the skills.
Long irons have been steadily coming back their roots and what they do best. The Mizuno JPX 900 comes as a solid performer with and interesting design. Although it is marketed toward the lower-intermediate player it can provide a good training day option for advanced players also. If you want an iron with a thin face which comes with plenty of forgiveness and a distinct look on the green, you can fin the Mizuno JPX 900 is one of the best options when it comes to materials.