Mizuno JPX-EZ Driver
Mizuno JPX-EZ Driver
Adjust Your Expectations.
The JPX EZ is a large footprint, high launching, low spinning driver that is also adjustable. Typically with drivers that have moveable weights, forgiveness is sacrificed. The JPX EZ driver changes everything. With a simple 3 weight system, the JPX EZ Driver now allows you to dial in your launch trajectory, while maintaining its design for maximum forgiveness.
Using a ten gram weight in one of three weight ports (draw, neutral or fade), the JPX EZ offers changes you can instantly notice to dial in ball flight.
Massive MOI Design
Optimized internal head for weight distribution low and deep in the head to deliver extreme forgiveness and high easy ball flight.
QUICK SWITCH™ Adjustability
8 loft settings to dial in launch angle (8.5 – 12.5).
The engineered crown area eliminates the stiffer area around the clubface, allowing more flex for greater balls speeds and distance.
“Knowing that distance is king with drivers, we also did not want to sacrifice one ounce of forgiveness. With the high MOI design, the JPX EZ gives the confidence for all players’ to swing away and split every fairway.” Cooper Yang, Golf Test Engineer
Mizuno JPX EZ Driver Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
Fast Track Design uses a 10 gram weight in one of three ports, (draw, neutral, or fade) and you can instantly notice the changes to the JPX EZ Driver to dial-in ball flight. Massive MOI design optimizes this internal head for weight distribution low and deep in the head to deliver extreme forgiveness in a high, easy ball flight. The Rebound Crown eliminates the stepper area around the clubface, allowing more flex for greater ball speed and distance.
Who's It For?
The JPX EZ Driver has a larger footprint and higher launch which will appeal to the Mid-Low to Higher handicap players who like the 460cc head size and a lighter overall weight. Also, this is good for players who like to adjust their driver to find optimal launch conditions.
Mizuno does a great job at being different when it comes to Colorways. The EZ driver features and an appealing gray crown with some semi-busy graphics that help you frame the ball at address. The size and shape are on par for a 460cc driver at address. Even with the driver set at 8.5 degrees I felt that the face seemed closed and my results confirmed this hunch. I had issues not hitting the ball left, even with the weight in the Fade position. Everything else was spot on in terms of feel, feedback and launch angles, but I could not shake the continuous hook this club produced for me. Let me be clear though, for many players this can be a good thing, but for my swing that is not the case. So, if you tend to miss a lot of fairways to the right this would be a great driver to check out.
Club Tested: JPX EZ Driver; Shaft: Fujikura SIX XLR8; Flex: Stiff; Loft: Set to 8.5°Read the 2016 Drivers Guide