Mizuno JPX919 Tour Iron Review
Unquestionably among the most anticipated releaes of this year, Mizuno has launched its new JPX919 Tour, following in the lofty footsteps of the JPX900, which has been hugely popular with the best players in the game.
The JPX919 Tour has promised to deliver tour-calibre performance with precision distance control. It is a more compact, streamlined evolution of Mizuno’s standout JPX900 Tour iron from 2017/18, which helped to re-establish Mizuno as the iron of choice on Tour among both contracted and non-contracted players. Grain Flow Forged HD (High Density) from a single billet of 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel in Hiroshima Japan, the JPX919 Tour offers the softest, purest Mizuno feel yet.
The JPX919 Tour has that compact, lean look over the ball that elite shotmakers crave, with the top edge narrowed by 10% compared to its predecessor to match the grinds most commonly requested on tour. Despite this, it offers surprising stability for a compact players’ iron, delivering tight distance patterns on off-centre strikes courtesy of a frame that is open at the heel portion to enhance stability and launch, while still producing a tour-preferred vibration and sound at impact.
Golfshake's Owen Davies had the chance to test and review the new JPX919 Tour.
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