Grain Flow Forged HD (High Density) from a single billet of 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel in Hiroshima Japan, the JPX919 Tour offers the softest, purest Mizuno feel yet.
The JPX919 Tour promises tour-caliber performance with precision distance control. It is a more compact, streamlined evolution of Mizuno’s standout JPX900 Tour iron from 2017 and 2018, which helped to re-establish Mizuno as the iron of choice on Tour among both contracted and non-contracted players.
This model of the JPX919 series has that compact, lean look over the ball that elite shotmakers crave. The top edge is narrowed by 10% compared to its predecessor to match the grinds most commonly requested on tour. Despite this, it offers surprising stability for a compact players’ iron. Delivering tight distance patterns on off-center strikes, its open heel frame enhances stability and launch, producing a tour-preferred vibration and sound at impact.
“The JPX919 Tour’s compact profile doesn’t tell the whole story,” says Jeff Cook, Mizuno’s PGA Tour Manager. “There’s a surprising level of stability and distance control built into this geometry. Its predecessor attracted a new wave of younger tour players into Mizuno irons and made a big impact by winning back-to-back US Opens, a PGA Championship, and recording a course record 61 at St. Andrews.”
The JPX919 Tour features a Pearl Brush chrome-plated finish to enhance durability and soften its precise lines in bright sunlight and can be built to a customer’s desired specification as part of a full, split or short set.
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Published: September 2018