Mizuno JPX-EZ Forged Irons
Mizuno JPX-EZ Forged Irons
JPX-EZ Forged Irons
Call Your Shots.
The use of 1025 Boron catapults the JPX EZ Forged forward with increased distance and forgiveness. With the 30% stronger 1025 Boron material, the JPX EZ Forged irons deliver a thinner face for amazing distance, while allowing the weight savings to be distributed out to the four corners to amplify the Power Frame design resulting in maximum forgiveness. The wide sole design helps to lower the sweet spot to deliver effortless flight. Moreover, the Triple Cut sole helps the player cleanly strike the ball from all types of lies. All of these advancements were achieved without sacrificing the elite feel sensation that you only get from a Grain Flow Forged Mizuno iron.
Grain Flow Forged 1025 Boron
30% stronger material for added distance while delivering soft, solid, consistent feel.
POWER FRAME™ Forgiveness
Weight is strategically placed in the four corners of the cavity to maximize forgiveness.
Triple Cut Sole
A softly beveled leading edge and hard cut trailing edge allows the EZ Forged to enter and exit the turf for playability in all types of lies.
Black Nickel Finish
An anti-glare finish for a sleek bold look.
“The greatest achievement of the EZ Forged from an engineering standpoint wasn’t the ball speed or forgiveness – for us it was the feel. It’s so hard to push so many design parameters to the max, yet retain the Mizuno iconic feel. It’s incredible how many design opportunities presented themselves once we switched to the 1025 Boron material.” David Llewellyn, Golf R&D Director
Specifications:(Recommended for golfer's with an 8-18 handicap)
Mizuno JPX EZ Forged Irons Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
Grain Flow Forged 1025 Boron is a 30% stronger material for delivering a solid, consistent feel. The Power Frame strategically places weight in the four corners of the cavity to maximize forgiveness. Their Triple Cut Sole offers a softly beveled leading edge and hard cut trailing edge for hits that enter and exit the turf with ease and playability in all types of lies. The wider sole helps to lower the sweet spot delivering effortless ball flight.
Who's It For?
This iron is for the Mid-Low (8) to Mid (18) level handicap players who are looking for max forgiveness but without sacrificing the feel and workability that comes from a forged iron.
I like the improved cosmetics compared to the previous model and the added weight placed in the toe area. For a forged head, the size is quite large but not so large that it looks overly chunky. This has an excellent, soft feel from the Grain Flow Forging even with this large of a cavity back, but not quite of soft as the Players irons. The ball flight was slightly on the lower side compared to most 6 irons that I have tested. Overall, great feel, feedback and even the ability to work the ball some. A nice niche club for those that want a forged feel with lots of forgiveness.
Club Tested: 6 Iron Shaft: True Temper XP 95; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 28°Read the 2016 Game Improvement Irons Guide