The JPX-825 family from Mizuno already included golf club irons, now it includes woods and hybrids. The JPX-825 driver, fairway woods and hybrids are all about distance and forgiveness, the company says.
The headliner is always the driver, and the Mizuno JPX-825 driver is aimed at mid- and higher-handicap golfers. The club head is 5-piece forged titanium with an ultra-thin, light crown. Inside the head are two weights, low and deep. The weighting profile is one focused on a low, deep center of gravity, boosting launch angle; and MOI, increasing forgiveness, particularly on off-center strikes.
The driver comes in right-handed only with a Fujikura Orochi Blue Eye 55 shaft stock. Lofts are 9.5 or 10.5 degrees, and MSRP is $299.99.
All the JPX-825 golf fairway woods have square face angles, too, and deeper head designs are intended to help the golfer's confidence at address.
The fairway woods come in 3-wood (15-degree loft) and 5-wood (18 degrees) models.
The hybrids come in lofts of 16, 19, 22 and 25 degrees (RH only), with the Fujikura Orochi Blue Eye 75 shaft stock.