Add Mizuno JPX 825 Fairway Wood to wish list
After a few months of trying to get consistent quality shots with my TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Wood, I decided to try the Mizuno JPX 825. BecauseI love the feel and consistency of my Mizuno hybrids, So I thought I would give JPX 825 3-wood a try.The club feels completely different than the RBZ, especially in the way it's weighted. All I can say is: try it, and you'll buy it.
The Mizuno JPX-825 Fairway Woods are a new range of high tech woods that offer the ultimate in playabilty and forgiveness in a balanced performance package. The square face angle paired with finely tuned internal weighting result in a wood that not only looks easy to hit, but delivers a high, straight, penetrating ball flight.
By pairing an exotic "L" Shaped Maraging Multi thickness Face Design with a thin crown and thick soled Stainless Steel body, the JPX-825 fairways deliver maximum ball speeds across the entire face to deliver consistent distance, while remaining extremely easy to launch and control. Additionally, the woods feature a newly designed Speed Bevel sole for improved turf interaction, regardless of the conditions. All of this is further enhanced through Mizuno’s Harmonic Impact Technology (HIT), which ensures a powerful and solid sound at impact.
With an aim of looking easy to hit, the JPX825 uses a slightly on-set face to ensure its loft is highly visible at address, with a leading front edge that wants to slide under the ball.A new L-Face construction enables a rounded edge between face and sole allowing the face to flex like a much larger surface - for higher ball speeds and incredibly long flight. A maraging steel was chosen to ensure the L-Face flexes to maximum effect across the largest possible area.
The Mizuno JPX-825 Fairway Wood is a new high-tech wood that offers the ultimate in playabilty and forgiveness in a balanced performance package. The square face angle paired with finely tuned internal weighting results in a wood that not only looks easy to hit, but it delivers a high, straight, penetrating ball flight. By pairing an exotic "L" Shaped Maraging Multi-Thickness Face Design with a thin crown and thick-soled Stainless Steel body, the JPX-825 Fairway Wood delivers maximum ball speeds across the entire face to deliver consistent distance, while remaining extremely easy to launch and control.
The JPX825's square face angle with deeply set internal weighting, makes sure that shots set off on a high flight, with little deviation from their starting path. While better players will find the JPX825 stubbornly resistant to shot 'shaping', the powerful sound at impact will still attract solid ball strikers.
It is a great successor to the JPX800. Not only does it look better, but it continues the theme of an easy to hit fairway that will appeal across the handicap range.The head is actually a little bigger than it looks with a good sized footprint that is larger than most other better player fairways. We really like this size of head in a fairway and it also manages to stay on the right side of appearing rounded, despite the weight that is low and back in the sole.
To sum up,this fairway wood together with TaylorMade SpeedBlade Irons is pretty easy to flight the ball from the deck,I can take around 200yds from the fairway, and 210yds from the tee. Feedback sound is noticably better than other clubs I have.Very happy with this club.