Mizuno JPX 900 Tour irons

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These look sweet. They will certainly take a shot at replacing my X Hot Pro's.



https://www.facebook.com/mizunogolf/videos/vb.159970087388188/1235967799788406/?type=2&theater
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  • SurgieSurgie Members  86WRX Points: 25Handicap: 12Posts: 86 Fairways
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    Thread here on all 3 new heads.



    http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/index.php?/topic/1338902-New-Mizuno-iron-launch-date



    Looks great! Sept release.

    Can't wait to try them as I was purposely holding back on getting mp25s in anticipation of this release.
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  • blakesmittkampblakesmittkamp Smashkamp ClubWRX  974WRX Points: 131Handicap: 7Posts: 974 ClubWRX
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    couldnt tell from the video but is that 3 seperate versions of the 900 iron? a GI 900, Pro 900, and a third unknown iteration?
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    couldnt tell from the video but is that 3 seperate versions of the 900 iron? a GI 900, Pro 900, and a third unknown iteration?




    Standard Cast - distance iron, Forged - better feel w/higher ball speeds, Tour - best feel w/workability
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    couldnt tell from the video but is that 3 seperate versions of the 900 iron? a GI 900, Pro 900, and a third unknown iteration?




    Standard Cast - distance iron, Forged - better feel w/higher ball speeds, Tour - best feel w/workability




    cool thanks
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    couldnt tell from the video but is that 3 seperate versions of the 900 iron? a GI 900, Pro 900, and a third unknown iteration?




    Standard Cast - distance iron, Forged - better feel w/higher ball speeds, Tour - best feel w/workability




    cool thanks




    Had to pause Facebook video for details. Also meant to say, Forged is boron 1025, Tour is 1025E (non-boron)
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    Surgie wrote:


    Thread here on all 3 new heads.



    http://www.golfwrx.c...ron-launch-date



    Looks great! Sept release.

    Can't wait to try them as I was purposely holding back on getting mp25s in anticipation of this release.




    Thanks. Wasn't aware there were details in there.
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  • SurgieSurgie Members  86WRX Points: 25Handicap: 12Posts: 86 Fairways
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    Konklifer wrote:
    Surgie wrote:


    Thread here on all 3 new heads.



    [url="http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/index.php?/topic/1338902-New-Mizuno-iron-launch-date"]http://www.golfwrx.c...ron-launch-date[/url]



    Looks great! Sept release.

    Can't wait to try them as I was purposely holding back on getting mp25s in anticipation of this release.




    Thanks. Wasn't aware there were details in there.




    No problem.

    Apologies, Wasn't trying to be "the topic police", just merely pointing out there was some info in there.
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  • roadtrippin4550roadtrippin4550 Members  207WRX Points: 42Handicap: 4Posts: 207 Bunkers
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    I have never been a huge Mizuno fan, they no doubt make some very good irons but I have always found something better. That said, those JPX 800 tours would look REAL NICE in my bag!!
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  • brentbrent Members  1498WRX Points: 109Posts: 1,498 Platinum Tees
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    Nice irons. Very hard for me to take Mizuno seriously as they have zero custom options. So until they catch up to the big boys its a pass as usual for me.
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  • dunndunn Members  6362WRX Points: 163Handicap: 5Posts: 6,362 Titanium Tees
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    The tour looks nice, almost like a S55, tool out boron....very surprised to see 3 options and they look like best jpx line to date......these are the mystery irons that were shot a year or so ago that no one could figure out...very very nice.....



    These days I am easy to please and don't need 5000 shafts options.....
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    brent wrote:


    Nice irons. Very hard for me to take Mizuno seriously as they have zero custom options. So until they catch up to the big boys its a pass as usual for me.




    Agree that Mizuno needs to do a better job with options, but zero is a bit harsh don't you think?
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    toshman wrote:

    brent wrote:


    Nice irons. Very hard for me to take Mizuno seriously as they have zero custom options. So until they catch up to the big boys its a pass as usual for me.




    Agree that Mizuno needs to do a better job with options, but zero is a bit harsh don't you think?




    I was about to ask but you beat me to it..... What custom option is Mizuno not offering that the 'Big Boys" are and who are the "Big Boys" ?
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    Tzoid wrote:

    toshman wrote:

    brent wrote:


    Nice irons. Very hard for me to take Mizuno seriously as they have zero custom options. So until they catch up to the big boys its a pass as usual for me.




    Agree that Mizuno needs to do a better job with options, but zero is a bit harsh don't you think?




    I was about to ask but you beat me to it..... What custom option is Mizuno not offering that the 'Big Boys" are and who are the "Big Boys" ?




    For the irons and wedges you can get custom upgrades at no extra cost, if you stay with steel or graphite. I think Callaway is really the only other major manufacturer who does this. Although with the price of the Apex irons, they shouldn't be charging an upcharge. There are quite a bit of options for the irons and wedges; however, Mizuno's shaft offerings for the woods and hybrids is poor.



    Curious to see how much difference from the 850 forged to the 900 forged and also 900 tour.
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    brent wrote:


    Nice irons. Very hard for me to take Mizuno seriously as they have zero custom options. So until they catch up to the big boys its a pass as usual for me.


    No up charge any kbs, true temper or nippon shafts. Yeah no custom options lol. And no up charge any grip choice I believe as well
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    brent wrote:


    Nice irons. Very hard for me to take Mizuno seriously as they have zero custom options. So until they catch up to the big boys its a pass as usual for me.
    Custom options up the ying yang...
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    Well, generally I aim that towards the woods. Do they have options like Recoil or Nippon 120/130?s. Ive fallen behind on Mizuno stuff the last year or 2!!
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  • dunndunn Members  6362WRX Points: 163Handicap: 5Posts: 6,362 Titanium Tees
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    Yeah its not that bad, we really shouldn't need to have 50 shafts available, it's not that critical...kbs, nippon, px, and dg pretty much have anyone covered.....it is very easy to find just about any head with any shaft on ebay these days....



    And you can thank Mizuno for starting this trend....nobody did it and now everyone is doing it....



    I heard they were suppose to start offering Modus but idk if they have yet....won't be long....



    I went to modus 120 and am going back to DG.....tried every shaft and coming full circle back to where I started, lol



    SelLing my z745 Srixons and going back to Mizuno....back to the MP15.....AGAIN!
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    the jpx 900 tour look promising!
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    Again no Lh we're stuck with the boron thanks Mizuno..
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    A buddy is the Mizuno rep in my area so I'll see if they are adding the Nippon Miodus 3 Tour shafts and Recoils. The Woods are weak with shaft options but as most know they

    are a Iron company and they do offer a pretty wide range of options at no charge.



    I have always been a big Mizuno fan but I don't see anything getting the OnOff Kuros out of my bag............maybe a back up image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
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    The Tour irons look really good!
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    How do you know no LH??





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    Tzoid wrote:
    A buddy is the Mizuno rep in my area so I'll see if they are adding the Nippon Miodus 3 Tour shafts and Recoils. The Woods are weak with shaft options but as most know they

    are a Iron company and they do offer a pretty wide range of options at no charge.



    I have always been a big Mizuno fan but I don't see anything getting the OnOff Kuros out of my bag............maybe a back up image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />


    I'm pondering the OnOff Kuro's as my next set. Currently have Mp64. What would you compare the Kuro's to?
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    Mixed set looks appealing, even with a cast long iron since they can be bent.
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    Love those Tour heads. Much cleaner looking than previous JPX models.
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  • SurgieSurgie Members  86WRX Points: 25Handicap: 12Posts: 86 Fairways
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    Tzoid wrote:
    A buddy is the Mizuno rep in my area so I'll see if they are adding the Nippon Miodus 3 Tour shafts and Recoils. The Woods are weak with shaft options but as most know they

    are a Iron company and they do offer a pretty wide range of options at no charge.



    I have always been a big Mizuno fan but I don't see anything getting the OnOff Kuros out of my bag............maybe a back up image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />




    I was told by the rep for my area that they were
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    ssfranny wrote:


    Again no Lh we're stuck with the boron thanks Mizuno..




    Absolutely agree. Bit disappointing that no LH 'Tour' version, lefties just get the 'Forged' version with the Boron as you say. If they would have done the 'Tours' I would have been all over a set, but in the absence of that, looks like I will have a good look at the Srixon 765's instead.
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    ladahl wrote:

    brent wrote:


    Nice irons. Very hard for me to take Mizuno seriously as they have zero custom options. So until they catch up to the big boys its a pass as usual for me.





    I gotta disagree- Mizzy is about the best about zero uncharged options in their irons especially. They offer a TON of options. Even their fitting cart allows you to try lighter heads in over length shafts to keep swing weight consistent .
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    Tzoid wrote:


    A buddy is the Mizuno rep in my area so I'll see if they are adding the Nippon Miodus 3 Tour shafts and Recoils. The Woods are weak with shaft options but as most know they

    are a Iron company and they do offer a pretty wide range of options at no charge.



    I have always been a big Mizuno fan but I don't see anything getting the OnOff Kuros out of my bag............maybe a back up image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
    And more than those 2
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    Mizuno is AHEAD of the game with custom options. Free shaft upgrades where as other OEMs charge $20-$100 per stick for the shaft you want in it...



    Come on guys?!?!
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