Top features and the resemblance to the old JPX850
From the previous models there are very few improvements. This has been welcomed by the golfing community as the JPX850 was a top performer. There is a distinction in looks as the new version comes with a matt finish. It has now come to maturity and combines great forgiveness and style with a complete feeling of comfort. It is highly recommendable for advanced users which need a reliable iron which can make the difference both in terms of style and in terms of performance.
The irons also come with an increased blade. This feature will certainly be favorable to intermediate players or new players which don`t feel secure enough and would enjoy the extra safety. To make the series complete for many types of players, Mizuno has improved the sole. It now comes with improved gliding through the glass. Although it doesn`t hold the center of gravity it is still solidly designed to improve performance on those long-trajectory strikes.
The iron comes with two loft options. The first one is the Mizuno Swing DNA. The second one is the Temper Project X. It comes in two options of steel and graphite. With such light options, the JPX900 comes as one of the best maneuverable irons in its class. Maneuverability is especially appreciated by experienced players which need the extra security of a top performing iron without the hassle of extra features.
The Mizuno JPX900 Forged Irons works for two kinds of players. New Mizuno users will enjoy its simplicity and the variable thickness face which is made from forged steel. Players who use the JPX850 model will also benefit from the update. They will find some familiar features and a feel which reminds of the old model. As the older model was greatly received by the golfing community it is satisfying to see some proven features continuing into the future.
There are minor upgrades in the new model but they might be enough for serious players and golfers who feel comfortable with Mizuno products. Together with the light shafts, the JPX900 can be one of the best options for training days. It can also work to provide a variable experience which can push the skills of any golfer. New players will enjoy the larger blade. It seems that players of all levels could benefit from using the new JPX900 from Mizuno.