First photos are in on the new JPX-825 line!
Irons show a mix of typical Mizuno good looks and technology and, from what we can see of the woods, they look very solid. Maybe we have a sleeper on our hands?
JPX-825 irons replace the 2-year-old JPX-800 line, designed for the 8-30 handicapper. Staying true to their roots, it looks like there is plenty of forgiveness while keeping the iron size down to a minimum.
JPX-800 woods and hybrids have a bit of a cult following. From what these first pictures show, we seem to be getting modern redesign of the clubheads.
JPX-825 Pro irons are replacing the much heralded JPX-800 Pros, which appealed to the better player, although are listed as playable for the 4-20 handicapper. Forged? You bet.