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Mizuno's new JPZ EZ ladies irons offer effortless performance
by Carly Frost
September 21, 2013

Red hot off the factory production belts in Japan are the new JPZ EZ and EZ forged irons from Mizuno. These ladies irons are a thing of beauty to behold and are packed full of performance features. They combine Mizuno's HOT METAL face design, giving them powerful propulsion and your iron shots incredible distance, with a special ultra-pocket cavity in the long irons (4-7 iron) to give them a massive sweet area, so that your iron shots fire higher and longer with seemingly little effort, landing with a predictable tight dispersion to the pin. Add to that exceptional feel and a very pleasing strike sound, courtesy of a clever cavity frame design which Mizuno call Harmonic Impact Technology (H.I.T) and you have a set of irons that not only look, sound and feel amazing but will wow you with their performance.

For the better lady player there's also a sleek forged version of the JPX-EZ, which enjoys the same design features that allow you to be aggressive with your approach shots and go for the pins, with the added feedback of a Grain Flow Forged clubhead that gives a soft, solid feel. They are a little more expensive but the great thing about choosing the Mizuno JPZ EZ Forged heads is that you can customise your set to suit your preferences by purchasing irons individually by the stick, giving you the option of perhaps replacing your longer irons with the JPX FLI-HI hybrid as an alternative.

JPX EZ (graphite) 6-SW - £579, JPX EZ Forged (graphite) per stick -£120, www.mizuno.co.uk








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