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Mizuno JPX921 Tour Irons

Mizuno JPX921 Tour Irons

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I purchased this iron set in hopes of getting a blade style set that offered some forgiveness. The first time I took it out on a course, I was blown away by the incredible feel on a pure struck shot. It felt like hitting a tennis ball with a metal baseball bat, like nothing happened! The only way I knew I hit it well was the audible "crack" I heard as I watched the ball sailed toward the pin. I also love the ability to attempt a "hero shot" if I feel like it. I was able to hit a high sweeping cut (intentional slice was more like it) through a gap in some trees and park the ball 15ft from the pin with my 7 iron from 170 yards away. These irons feel like butter, and have made me a better player, with most of the thanks for that going to the feedback on miss hit shots, as you definitely feel it when you don't strike the ball pure. They look incredible as well!

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Overall ratings
(4.7/5) 3 Expert reviews
  • Players looking for an extremely workable iron
  • Players who prioritize sound and feel on their irons
  • Players who like the "blade" look at address, but want some extra forgiveness
  • These are for players who strike the ball well consistently
  • Can be intimidating looking down at address due to the thinner topline
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Product details

The Mizuno JPX921 Tour Iron Set is for accomplished players demanding a soft forged feel along with a fusion of precision and stability from slight mishits. Melding added thickness behind the face with tour refined short iron shaping solicits smooth turf interaction and appealing aesthetics.

Key Features:

  • Grain Flow Forged – Delivering an identifiable consistently soft feel, a patented Grain Flow Forged process from a 1025E Pure Select Mild Carbon Steel molds each iron.
  • Tour Flighted – Toe bias weighting within the Stability Frame of the iron body provides a more extended center of gravity distance to produce reliably straight ball flights.
  • Refined Short Irons – A narrow sole design in the shorter irons cleans up turf interaction splitting through any lie, ensuring consistent launch.
  • Harmonic Impact – Evolved from studying vibration patterns, a thicker cavity pad allows feedback from impact to be derived a fraction longer.
  • Pearl Brush Finish – Constructed with an anti-glare finish to minimize distractions over the ball.
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Dalton Zernial
Dalton Zernial
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The Mizuno JPX921 Tour irons are good for mid to low handicap golfers who strike the ball consistently, and want to work shots from side to side and up and down. These irons give great feedback on shots hit less than perfect, without being too punishing. They are great for golfers who prioritize feel and control from their Irons.

  • Incredible feel off the face
  • Very easy to control trajectory and shape
  • Very forgiving for a blade style iron
  • Less forgiving than the game improvement models
  • Easier to hit hooks or slices because they are designed to be workable.
Victor Maldonado
Victor Maldonado
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These irons are perfect for the low handicap golfer who is looking to work their shots from either direction. Anyone who values a smooth, soft feel at impact will love these irons. Not only do they look magnificent but they feel and sound it as well. By far some of the best player irons you could get and tour-win proven.

  • Softest feel at impact.
  • Reduced offset for more workability in shot shaping.
  • Unbeatable sound that is soothing to the ears.
  • These irons are very blade-like with a thin top line, therefore they are not very forgiving on off-center hits.
Expert Q&A
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What is the best Mizuno irons for high handicapper?
The Mizuno JPX 921 Hot Metal is a perfect iron for high handicap golfers. This iron falls into the category of game improvement with a very large cavity back as well as additional offset to the face. The hot metal irons are perfect for giving more forgiveness and distance to a higher handicap golfer.
Golf Expert Andrew AbbottGolf Expert Christopher ThompsonGolf Expert Victor Maldonado
by Andrew Abbott on July 29, 2022 · view 2 other answers
When did Mizuno JPX 919 tour come out?
The Mizuno Jpx 919 came out in September of 2018 while the newer version the Mizuno JPX 921 tour came out in September of 2020. These irons are the same irons that Brooks Koepka used to win all 4 of his major wins. They are a great set for anyone looking for added forgiveness to a blade.
Golf Expert Andrew AbbottGolf Expert Christopher ThompsonGolf Expert Jared T.
by Andrew Abbott on July 29, 2022 · view 2 other answers
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