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Mizuno has also added the JPX-825 lineup of woods to the already popular JPX-825 iron family. The new family includes the JPX-825 Driver, JPX-825 Fairway Wood and JPX-825 Hybrid.


The new JPX-825 Driver features a sleek head design with a fresh, aggressive look.  Through a new chemical etching process, the crown of the JPX-825 Driver is ultra-thin, lowering the center of gravity (COG) placement, to produce an ideal launch and spin combination, according to Mizuno, while the driver’s multi-thickness CORTECH face helps players achieve extreme ball speeds. Two internal Ultimate Dynamic Stability (U.D.S.) weights have been strategically placed low and deep in the head of the driver, offering increased stability to keep drives straighter and longer, even on mishits.

“The JPX-825 Driver incorporates technologies designed to forgive both vertical and toe/heel mishits. That means that even when you miss it high, low, left or right of center, you’re still going to get superior distance and keep the ball in play,” said Dick Lyons, Vice President and General Manager of the Golf Division, Mizuno USA. “We also worked to make the look of the driver more aggressive and cosmetically appealing so that it will suit the eye of golfers as they look down at it.” Available in lofts of  9.5, 10.5 (Right Handed Only), the suggested retail price is $299.99.

The JPX-825 Fairway Woods pair a square face angle with a finely tuned internal Ultimate Dynamic Stability (U.D.S.) weighting, offering players stability, even on off-center strikes. An exotic “L” Shaped Maraging Multi-thickness face design creates a trampoline effect, Mizuno said, that increases COR and maximizes distance. A newly designed Speed Bevel Sole delivers ideal turf interaction, while Mizuno’s Harmonic Impact Technology (H.I.T.) was also incorporated along with PGA Tour feedback.

“We’re pleased to be able to provide golfers with a wood family that will deliver long, controllable distance and a solid sound at impact,” said Lyons. “We feel strongly that the new JPX-825 Fairway Woods will appeal to a broad audience with its fresh, aggressive looks and superior performance.” said Lyons.

Mizuno said it created the JPX-825 Hybrid to provide the highest ball speeds possible while delivering an easy launch and ease of play from all lies, ideal for players of all skill levels. “Our new hybrids offer an ideal combination of technologies to create and extremely forgiving club that delivers consistently long distance with accuracy,” said Lyons.  “The JPX-825 is a club that is definitely going to help golfers hit more greens with ease.” Available in lofts of 16°(#2), 19°(#3), 22°(#4), 25°(#5),  (Right Hand Only) the suggested retail price is $189.99