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Mizuno JPX923 Hot Metal Pro - Australian Golf Digest Mizuno JPX923 Hot Metal Pro - Australian Golf Digest

Mizuno

JPX923 Hot Metal Pro

Why we like it

Advancements in golf clubs aren’t always solely driven by the design. You need to be able to manufacture them with precision. For this iron that meant finding a different steel – nickel chromoly 4335 – that could be cast to an ultra-thin 1.75 millimetres and still withstand impact with the ball and ground at high swing speeds. This led to the ability to create a single-piece design that behaves like an iron that has a spring-like face insert. The elimination of weld joints eradicates hot spots on the face.

  • The low and back centre-of-gravity position produces height despite strong lofts.
  • Compact shape and thin topline fit the eye of better players.
  • 7-iron: 28.5 degrees; PW: 42.5 degrees

Top 5 highest flying, players-distance irons, low-handicaps

Reviewer profile

“Produces a consistently high ball flight that stays on line and lands softly. Centre strikes make a snapping sound.”

– 13-Handicapper

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