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Mizuno ST-G Driver

Mizuno ST-G Driver

$499.95
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The Mizuno ST-G Driver is ideal for low-handicap players seeking forgiveness combined with the highest level of adjustability to accomplish any shaped ball flight envisioned for the fairway. Accelerated ball speeds from the face architecture and deep profile are amplified by multiple weight tracks and hosel adjustability that generate maximum spin and draw- or fade-bias trajectory control.

Key Features:

  • Optimized Wave Sole – Along with a multi-thickness CORTECH design and forged SAT2041 Beta Ti Face material, Wave Sole technology optimizes ball speeds, especially from strikes low on the face.
  • Expanded Adjustability – Adding to hosel adjustability, three tracks and two moveable weight ports offer golfers multiple combinations of spin and launch control to enhance any preferred ball flight.
  • Draw and Fade Flight Bias – Engineered with increased separation in the lateral weight tracks to maximize either a draw or fade ball-flight track.
  • Modern Player's Profile – Providing a tighter range of feel across the weight settings, the driver is designed with a short back to front, deeper-faced profile.
Adjustability
No
Adjustability tool
No
Club Type
Drivers
Club length
45''
Gender
Men's
Grip name
Lamkin ST Hybrid 360
Head size
460cc
Model year
2021
Product line
Mizuno ST-G
Shaft Material
Graphite
Swing weight
D1
Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
Is Mizuno ST200 forgiving?
Yes the Mizuno ST200 is very forgiving and helps drivers of all skill levels hit the ball further and straighter to help drop your scores.
Andrew Abbott
by Andrew Abbott on July 27, 2022
Is Mizuno coming out with new driver?
Mizuno has released the ST-Z 220 and ST-X 220 in 2022. Based on historical release cycles, Mizuno is not scheduled to release a new driver at least until 2024.
Golf Expert Gavin LeeGolf Expert Andrew Abbott
by Gavin Lee on July 25, 2022 · view 1 other answer
When did the Mizuno st180 driver come out?
The Mizuno st 180 drivers came out in 2018. This was a great line release by Mizuno to give players a forgiving and playable driver.
Golf Expert Joshua MalutanGolf Expert Gavin LeeGolf Expert Vincent P.
by Joshua Malutan on July 17, 2022 · view 2 other answers
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John Lund
John Lund
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Mizuno ST-G 220 Driver: Gravity-Adjustable Design: A player's deeper profile with the ball speed of Mizuno's Forged BETA Ti SAT2041 clubface - and unmatched levels of adjustability for precise fitting. The ST-G now has shorter lateral weight tracks - allowing a new center/back weight port. The combination of three tracks and two moveable weights enable the ST-G to morph from ultra-low spinning bomber to a highly playable mid-spinning option - with fade or draw bias in both.

  • Expanded Adjustability: The evolutions of the ST-G's weight locations offers a rare combination of both backspin and fade/draw adjustability. Traditionally adjustable drivers have been more effective at just one of those tasks. The Mizuno ST-G also impresses in how un-adjustable it feels once set up. In every setting the ST-G delivers impressive performance from off-center strikes - with impressively consistent feedback across its varying weight positions.

  • 2nd Generation SAT2041 BETA Ti Face: Mizuno's new forged SAT2041 Beta Ti Face and complex carbon construction deliver both potent ball speeds and a dense, satisfying sensation at impact.

Frank K.
Frank K.
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Mizuno's ST-G driver boasts a new forged beta titanium t2041 club face. The new multi thickness cortex face maximizes ball speed, particularly on shots struck low on the face. With quick switch adjustability, golfers have the ability to leverage three tracks and two movable weights on the sole of the club. As such, golfers with the ST-G in their bags can dial in their preferred spin setting and choose between a neutral, draw bias, or fade biased setup.

Alvin Laster
Alvin Laster
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Sep 24, 2022

Players that want to dial in ball flight, loft, and lie for perfect trajectory and ball flight control. This driver has some of the best feel off the face and sound at impact. Might not be the longest driver in the market, but it is not the shortest, and is very accurate. It is made for a mid to low handicap player looking for performance, playability, and workability.

Jason Starkey
Jason Starkey
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Weight in the sole of this driver can be adjusted for plenty of desired shot shape from an extreme draw to an extreme fade. Moving the weight for shot shape can help combat a slice or hook, but also benefit the better player by really dialing in the desired shape. Also with an adjustable hosel, the loft can be adjusted up and down up to 2 degrees and half degrees in between.

Nathan Hancock
Nathan Hancock
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Players that want to dial in ball flight, loft, and lie for perfect trajectory and ball flight control. This driver has some of the best feel off the face and sound at impact. Might not be the longest driver in the market, but it is not the shortest, and is very accurate. It is made for a mid to low handicap player looking for performance, playability, and workability.