Mizuno JPX-EZ Hybrid
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SHOCK Your System.
The JPX EZ hybrids are recognizable by their larger, confidence inspiring footprint and ability to produce a higher flight with a softer landing. All the JPX EZ hybrids were designed to sit very square at address. This confidence behind the ball enables the player to square the ball to the target with ease.
SHOCK WAVE Sole
Expands the COR area, especially lower on the clubface– delivering increased ball speeds for added distance. The increased mass of the head also lowers the center of gravity, maintaining high ball speeds directly off the turf.
Massive MOI Design
The Shockwave sole is extended from the center of the sole to both the toe and heel. This adds weight to increase the MOI and also helps lower the JPX EZ Hybrids center of gravity delivering unsurpassed forgiveness and high easy ball flight.
Larger Footprint Design
The JPX EZ has an extended footprint design and an increased head size across all lofts to inspire confidence.
“With the demands of all types of courses you play on tour, the JPX EZ hybrid affords me the ability to attack each situation with long predictable distance and control.” Luke Donald, PGA Professional.
Mizuno JPX EZ Hybrid Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
The new JPX EZ Hybrid offers up the same technology as the fairway woods. Shock Wave Sole, Massive MOI Design, and a Larger Footprint.
Who's It For?
This hybrid can work for pretty much all levels of players, though high ball speed players might not benefit from the lighter weight shaft.
Technology-wise the hybrid is very close to the fairway wood, but without the adjustability. However, unlike the driver and fairway wood my shot pattern was not as far left with the hybrid. The extended footprint was on the larger size for my liking, but it should build confidence in the hands of those that prefer a slightly larger head size or who have trouble hitting hybrids. The club sat in my hands well and I found it produced more of a “drop and stop” type of shot.
Club Tested: Shaft: Fujikura Hybrid SIX XLR8; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 19°Read the 2016 Hybrids Guide