Mizuno is getting ready to release its new iron lineup for the 2015 season. As usual, Mizuno has done a great job offering a comprehensive array of models for golfers of all abilities. While certain models will remain unchanged (MP-4, MP-54, JPX EZ Forged, and JPX EZ), the additions of two new JPX and two MP models will do a great job fulfilling the demand for both game-improvement and players’ irons.
The JPX 850 and JPX 850 Forged will fall in the game-improvement category and are replacing the JPX 825 and JPX 825 Pro. While the JPX 850 is a cast offering providing greater forgiveness and a slightly higher ball flight, the JPX 850 Forged uses a unique Boron-material forging to provide superior performance and feel while still adding more forgiveness than the MP series irons.
The MP-H5 was drastically overhauled and will replace the MP-H4 as Mizuno’s most forgiving MP series iron. Reduced topline and sole size give the club better visual appeal while maintaining its high trajectory and moderate forgiveness in a fully forged iron. The better players will be excited to hit the new MP-15, Mizuno’s multi-material forged offering. A refinement on previous MP-58 and MP-59 irons, the MP-15 uses a titanium blended muscle on the back cavity to provide great feel and workability in a players iron.