Mizuno’s ST-G 220 joins a lineage of weight-kit drivers that dates back more than a decade, features three tracks – heel-side, toe-side and rear-centre – that fit two seven-gram weights to tweak launch, spin, forgiveness and direction.
There are not many companies, if any, that can introduce five sets of irons at one time – throw in a specialty set of long-iron replacement hybrids to boot – and still make you believe that each has its place. But that’s precisely what Mizuno has done with its next iteration of its modern JPX lineup.
The Mizuno ST200 drivers and fairway woods use new titanium and high-strength steel alloys to fuel new levels of performance. Yes, that’s right. Golf club technology is still finding new titanium and steel alloys to enhance distance.