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Mizuno Pro Irons
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MIZUNO ST-G 220 DRIVER
A player’s deeper profile with the ball speed of Mizuno's Forged BETA Ti SAT2041 clubface
MIZUNO PRO 221
The Ultimate Muscleback - Inspired by the iconic blades of Mizuno past – evolved to be more playable through incremental refinements in shape and weight placement. Bevelled for the appearance of a shorter face profile and narrower top line – without loss of mass in the upper blade. With dramatically more compact scoring irons than its predecessors. Grain Flow Forged in Hiroshima, Japan, with a soft copper underlay for a uniquely satisfying Mizuno sensation at impact.
£769.00
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MIZUNO PRO 223
Elite Players Cavity - Everything tour players need to compete on extended, more demanding layouts - but never thought to ask for. The Mizuno Pro 223 conceals a ball speed-enhancing construction within the frame of a compact players cavity. A completely new technology platform from 4-7 iron combining Mizuno's tested Chromoly Forging and Flow Micro-Slot Grain Flow Forged in Hiroshima Japan with a soft copper underlay and uniquely satisfying Mizuno sensation at impact.
£850.00
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MIZUNO PRO 225
Hot Metal Blade Design - The 2ND GEN of Mizuno's staggering Hot Metal Blade – and the most playable of the Mizuno Pro series. More compact than the original with a revised CORTECH multi-thickness face for even quicker ball speeds. Equally effective as a long / mid-iron alternative for elite players or a complete set for low to mid handicaps. Grain Flow Forged in Hiroshima, Japan, with a soft copper underlay for a uniquely satisfying Mizuno sensation at impact.
£909.00
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MIZUNO PRO FLI-HI
The Authentic Driving Iron - A long iron replacement with a priority on ball speed – the Mizuno Pro Fli-Hi is designed to be played with a graphite shaft. Relieved of the constraints needed to flow through a complete set, the Mizuno Pro Fli-Hi has a longer head length, a little extra offset and a wider sole than the Mizuno Pro 225 long irons. With Mizuno's 1st ever Maraging MAS1C face in an iron – for vastly increased ball speeds.
£189.00
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JPX921 Tour
THE CHOSEN ONE - Consistently Mizuno's most chosen model on the Tour among non-contracted professionals - the JPX900 Tour and JPX919 Tour were both played to win major championships. The stunning new JPX921 Tour maintains its predecessor's surprising fusion of precision with stability from off-centre strikes. Now even thicker behind impact for an enhanced, softer feel, with tour refined short irons for smoother turf interaction. Grain Flow Forged in Hiroshima Japan.
£849.00
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JPX921 Forged
FORGED FEEDBACK WITH PERFORMANCE BALL SPEEDS. The JPX921 Forged iron integrates the power of Chromoly into a full-body Forged iron for the very first time. FASTER. FORGED. FIRST.
Initially applied in Mizuno's Hot Metal irons - Chromoly has made the cross over to a Mizuno's forgings with staggering results. The fastest ball speeds Mizuno has ever produced from a fully Forged iron - a treat for both the senses and the scorecard. Grain Flow Forged in Hiroshima Japan.
£879.00
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JPX921 Hot Metal
CHROMOLY3 - The JPX921 Hot Metal irons pair Mizuno's fastest ever ball speeds with a piercingly straight ball-flight and controllable landing angles. The 3rd generation of Mizuno irons to utilize the resilience of Chromoly - the JPX921 has the most complex face geometry to date for additional energy from the clubface. Choose the more Pro version for a more compact profile with reduced offset.
£669.00
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JPX921 Hot Metal Pro
BALANCING BALL SPEED AND LANDING ANGLE - A benchmark in iron design, the JPX919 Hot Metal Pro contains an incredible blend of launch speed and soft, controllable landing angles. The use of high strength Chromoly and seamless cup face construction produces the highest ball speed from any Mizuno iron.
£879.00
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