Mizuno JPX 825 10.5 Degree Driver 2 x Fairways No 3 and No 5 and No 4 Hybrid plus Irons 4 – PW + 56 Degree JPX Wedge. Full Set Mens Right Hand Reg Flex.
This Sale is for the all the Clubs pictured.
Description: Mizuno JPX 825 10.5 Degree Driver / No 3 and No 5 Fairway Woods, 22 Degree Hybrid, JPX Irons 4 – PW + 56 Degree Wedge.
Handed: Right Handed
Loft: Driver 10.5° / FW No 3 15 Deg and No 5 18 Deg / Hybrid 22 Degree /
Flex: Regular: Fujikiua Orochi Shafts: Driver 55g / FW’s 60g and Hybrid 70g
Head cover: Yes
If a Head Cover is pictured, then a Head Cover is included. If No Head Cover is pictured none will be included.
Similarly if a Torque Wrench is pictured then a Torque Wrench is included. If No Torque Wrench is pictured none will be included.
THE CLUBS IN THE IMAGES ARE THE EXACT CLUBS YOU WILL RECEIVE.
Features and Benefits:
Away from the aesthetics, the technology is just as impressive the five-piece Titanium head construction helps to launch the ball high, but with low spin while the Hot Metal face (which first appeared in the MX700 wood range) offers good distance even on mis-hit shots. The high launch can be explained by a thin crown which is just 0.5mm and has allowed engineers to fix a heavy weight deep within the clubhead, bringing the centre of gravity right down.
The fairway wood features Mizunos new L-Face construction which enables a rounder edge between the face and the sole of the club, making for higher ball speeds and greater distance. The face itself has been engineered using maraging steel which offers more flex across a wider area so mis-hits are catered for too. Like the driver, the fairway wood has been designed to set the ball off straight… with lots of loft.
The hybrids feature Mizunos new L-Face construction which enables a rounder edge between the face and the sole of the club, making for higher ball speeds and greater distance. The face itself has been engineered using maraging steel which offers more flex across a wider area so mis-hits are catered for too.
Among the wear that you may see on clubs:
* Normal ball marks and scratching on the face;
* Normal scratching on the sole;
* Minor dings and nicks on the crown and/or around the edges of the head;
Light scratches, paint chips, paint blemishes on or around the crown.