Mizuno is getting ready to release the new JPX 900 iron line up, to be available Mid September 2016. The line up consists of three different models, the JPX 900 Hot Metal, JPX 900 Forged and JPX 900 Tour.
Mizuno is using a new material in this model, Chomoly 4140M, producing thinnest cup face it has ever produced.
The Forged model uses 1025E Boron steel. This model was made with most players in mind, to improve distance, forgiveness and performance.
The Tour Model , Mizuno tries to match some of the performance characteristics of the previous JPX models.
As with the MP iron line, the JPX-900 Tour irons are made from 1025E Mild Carbon steel that is forged with the company’s Grain Flow process.
The tour irons have a thicker look than the traditional muscleback, but are actually smaller than the MP-25’s and are the thinnest ever made in the JPX line up.
The Mizuno Golf JPX-900 Tour and Forged irons are available Sept. 16 and will sell for $1,200 for a set of 8 irons, Retail. The JPX-900 Hot Metal irons will be around $1,100 for a set of 8 irons, retail. These prices don’t include the cost of custom shafts.