Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal Iron Review
Following the success of the JPX900 Series, Mizuno has launched an updated version of each iron for the 2019 season, including the game improvement JPX919 Hot Metal.
The JPX919 Hot Metal has been engineered for the perfect blend of ball speed and soft, controllable landing angles. High-strength Chromoly 4140M has paved the way to a new multi-thickness face that promotes striking ball speeds, while a seamless one-piece cup face construction ensures surprising levels of feedback even at such fast ball speeds.
It shares the JPX919 Tour’s new stability frame, which is open at the heel portion to enhance stability, launch and a loft-appropriate flight apex for controlled, soft-landing approaches. Re-engineered Sound Ribs have been developed to hit specific vibration patterns that have been designed to deliver a satisfying sensation through impact, with the JPX919 Hot Metal featuring the same Pearl Brush finish as the JPX919 Tour.
The JPX919 Hot Metal offers a steeper transition into more compact scoring irons and wedges, with set-matching gap, sand and lob wedges available engineered from a softer X30 steel and blessed with precision-milled grooves and faces for improved spin and control around the greens.
Golfshake's Owen Davies had the opportunity to test and review the new JPX919 Hot Metal.
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