Mizuno JPX A25 Series Review

Published: 24th February 2011
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Mizuno JPX A25 Driver

Mizuno Japan introduces it's all new Mizuno JPX A25 Driver, part of the best selling JPX lineup. The A25 is made for forgiveness and distance, with a high MOI design featuring UDS (Ultimate Dynamic Stability) to eliminate any twisting of the head on impact. The deep center of gravity and wide sweet spots reduce distance loss on off center hits and keep the ball nice and straight. This all titanium 460cc driver is matched with Mizuno's wonderful QUAD shaft for great feel and a nice mid kicking trajectory. The new A25 is Mizuno's straightest most forgiving driver ever!

The shallow face coupled with deep CG and a thin titanium crown equal great feel and forgiveness. Paired with Mizuno's Quad shaft for optimal trajectories, the JPX A25 features higher than standard lofts to help golfers get the ball in the air and achieve great carry and overall distance.

Mizuno JPX A25 Fairway Wood

Mizuno Japan introduces it's all new Mizuno JPX A25 Fairway Wood. This high MOI design FW features Mizuno's UDS (Ultimatee Dynamic Stability) to minimize head twisting on impact. The shallow face coupled with deep CG and a thin titanium crown equal great feel and forgiveness. Paired with Mizuno's Quad shaft for optimal trajectories, the JPX A25 features higher than standard lofts to help golfers get the ball in the air and achieve great carry and overall distance.

The deep center of gravity and wide sweet spots reduce distance loss on off center hits and keep the ball nice and straight.

Features: The same as the a25 driver, it to use the five different shapes to design club head. A lightweight carbon-fiber composite crown meets a stainless steel face and body to shift the center of gravity low and deep, making it easier to launch high, long shots. Handsome cosmetics promote confidence standing over the ball.

Mizuno JPX A25 Iron Set

Mizuno Japan introduces it's all new Mizuno Jpx A25 Iron Set for the JPX lineup. This is Mizuno's most forgiving iron ever, featuring a thicker topline and sole packaged in a forgiving cavity back design. The hot titanium face on the 5-PW is made for feel and distance. This 5-PW set comes with Mizuno Quad carbon graphite shafts available in R and SR flex. Recommended for the player looking for a very easy set of irons to play.

The Mizuno JPX A25 iron is clearly the largest iron of the bunch and the closest thing to a Game Improvement iron based on its shovel appearance. The R flex shaft had some flex to it. I do not like the rubber grip that Mizuno uses on their new JPX line, it is hard and cheap looking and the reason they use it is because of its light weight. At setup the JPX A25 is huge. The A25's have a Titanium face but felt pretty solid unlike my previous Bridgestone Beam Ti Irons which felt very metallic on impact these felt solid.

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