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Title: Hottest Golf Clubs For Sale Mizuno JPX 800 Forged Irons
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(Date Posted:09/29/2011 01:01:02)
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All the time, it is widely known that Mizuno has ushered in a new era of performance game improvement irons that is built with the combined skill of their club designers from Japan, Europe, and the U.S. The Mizuno JPX 800 Forged Irons are definitely the member of the new line of JPX series. Part of the JPX series (which replaces Mizuno’s MX line).The 800 Pro(Forged) is what could be called a transitional game improvement iron. So that is why the Mizuno JPX 800 Forged Irons keep the increasing sale on Golf Store UK.

Just like nearly all other Mizuno JPX 800 Forged Irons use Mizuno’s Grain Flow Forging process to create a soft, solid and consistent feel. Mizuno also updated their Y-Tune weighting to help expand the sweet spot of the clubs over previous generations. Mizuno then developed a new process to expand the cavity milling in the JPX line. This allows a thinner clubface that results in a higher coefficient of restitution (COR) and Moment of Inertia (MOI). Higher COR along with higher MOI equates to consistently longer and straighter shots, even on miss hits. The milling process also allowed Mizuno to progressively offer more forgiveness in the longer irons while maintaining traditional playability and shot making in the short irons.

As for the look of the Mizuno JPX 800 Forged Irons, they are so awesome. Everything about the Mizuno JPX-800 Irons are a little more pronounced than the JPX-800 PRO kin. The top line and sole are a little thicker and the cavity back a little deeper. The face appears to be slightly larger. This makes sense- you give up a little feel and playability for a extra forgiveness. Honestly, from a looks perspective I'd say the PRO versions look very similar to many companies' better players clubs and the JPX-800's still look more "traditional" than most game improvement clubs on the market. One important note- not much look- but in the construction; the JPX-800 are cast while the JPX-800 PROS are forged.
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