J15DPF vs JPX EZ Forged?

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I'm currently gaming the J15's but have recently picked up a brand new set of the '16 EZ's that are under modification to my specs/weight etc. I really like my current setup, but these mizzy's have me intrigued in the sense that they may be hotter off the face and easier to flight high with the long irons.



Anyone game both and have anything to note about the differences in distance, dispersion, 'feel', etc??

I did have G25's awhile back but the clunkiness and excessive GI nature of the club turned me off. These EZ's seem to be a nice combination in a slightly better looking package.
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TM 2016 M2 10.5*, Fujikura Pro TS 63X 43.5"

Cobra F8 4-5w 18.5*, Fujikura Pro 60R 42.5"

Callaway Rogue X 4i, PX SD 5.5 39.75"

Cobra King OS 4-G, XP95 R300

Vokey 56(57*), 60(63*) DG-R400

"Rusty" Byron DH89 Pipeneck, 34" (or any of 10  2 other putters...)

B330-RX

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  • Johnny TJohnny T Wait for me guys! Members  4016WRX Points: 268Posts: 4,016 Titanium Tees
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    I've had limited time with the DPF but spent considerable time (about half a season) with the EZ Forged. Both were really nice but for me and my inconsistent swing, the EZ Forged worked a little better. They seemed a tad more forgiving and I thought the longer irons were easier to launch. I thought the DPF felt better...smoother, more soft, however you want to describe it. Not that the EZ Forged felt bad, just a little more firm (and definitely don't feel like the Mizuno MP line).
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  • A.PrinceyA.Princey Major Hacker Members  2547WRX Points: 532Handicap: 3Posts: 2,547 Titanium Tees
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    Johnny T wrote:


    I've had limited time with the DPF but spent considerable time (about half a season) with the EZ Forged. Both were really nice but for me and my inconsistent swing, the EZ Forged worked a little better. They seemed a tad more forgiving and I thought the longer irons were easier to launch. I thought the DPF felt better...smoother, more soft, however you want to describe it. Not that the EZ Forged felt bad, just a little more firm (and definitely don't feel like the Mizuno MP line).




    Yeah, I was thinking they'll perform just about like you describe. Another point of interest is that I've got 6.0 LZ shafts in the EZF's, and I honestly think the X100's in my J15s are a little stouter than I really need.
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    TM 2016 M2 10.5*, Fujikura Pro TS 63X 43.5"

    Cobra F8 4-5w 18.5*, Fujikura Pro 60R 42.5"

    Callaway Rogue X 4i, PX SD 5.5 39.75"

    Cobra King OS 4-G, XP95 R300

    Vokey 56(57*), 60(63*) DG-R400

    "Rusty" Byron DH89 Pipeneck, 34" (or any of 10  2 other putters...)

    B330-RX

  • Johnny TJohnny T Wait for me guys! Members  4016WRX Points: 268Posts: 4,016 Titanium Tees
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    Have played with both of those shafts and currently have the LZ 6.0 (love the shaft) in my backup set of J15 MB.



    I love the x100 when I'm fresh and my swing is working decently. Problem is that doesn't happen as often as I would like. Plus the extra weight of them would wear on me late in rounds, especially if I had a shot with a longer iron. My compromise was to go with AMT shafts...keep the heavy weight in the short irons but lighten up the long irons.



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    Taylormade M3 460 - Fujikura Speeder 757 Evo IV
    Titleist 917 F2 - Fujikura Speeder 757 Evo IV
    Titleist 816 H1 - Fujikura Motore Speeder TS 8.8 HB
    Cobra King F9 Speedback One Length - 5-GW - stock KBS
    Titleist Vokey SM6 54/58 - DG 115
    Scotty Cameron Futura 6M
  • A.PrinceyA.Princey Major Hacker Members  2547WRX Points: 532Handicap: 3Posts: 2,547 Titanium Tees
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    Interesting....Well, I'm about finished with them and going to grip them up soon, so I'll know firsthand how they play comparatively before the week is out.
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    TM 2016 M2 10.5*, Fujikura Pro TS 63X 43.5"

    Cobra F8 4-5w 18.5*, Fujikura Pro 60R 42.5"

    Callaway Rogue X 4i, PX SD 5.5 39.75"

    Cobra King OS 4-G, XP95 R300

    Vokey 56(57*), 60(63*) DG-R400

    "Rusty" Byron DH89 Pipeneck, 34" (or any of 10  2 other putters...)

    B330-RX

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