Q & A
Customization is king when it comes to the JPX 900 driver, as Mizuno has incorporated multiple ways for golfers to generate exactly what they want when it comes to ball flight, launch, and spin. For starters, two adjustable eight-gram weights can be positioned in different slots along the Infinite Fast Track to influence both trajectory and spin rate. Additionally, adjustable weights are also utilized in the heel and toe to help players create either a draw, fade, or neutral bias when it comes to their preferred ball flight. And finally, two degrees of loft manipulation are also available through the use of an adjustable hosel to fine tune flight conditions. The JPX 900 also delivers exceptional distance thanks to a new, lighter clubface that generates faster ball speeds on shots that are struck from the center of the face or mis-hit. The loft for the JPX 900 driver in its standard setting is 9.5 degrees, and its stock shaft is the aftermarket Fujikura Speeder EVO 569, a mid-launch, mid-spin shaft that depending on flex weighs between 57 and 59 grams. Other custom shaft options, however, are available as well for players in need of a different profile.
|Stock Shaft||Fujikura Speeder EVO 569|
|Stock Grip||Mizuno M-31 360, .58 Round|
|Adjustability||+/- 2° of loft adjustability in 1° increments|
|Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for custom shaft & grip options|
Players of all ability levels. The Mizuno JPX 900 might look like a driver that was developed with the better player in mind with its compact, pear-shaped profile, but this is a driver that offers plenty in the way of distance and forgiveness, as well as customization options to fit the needs of any player. And when you add to that list of performance attributes an impressive combination of feel and sound at impact the JPX 900 looks like a strong candidate to end up in the bags of both higher- and lower-handicap players.
Two eight-gram weights can be positioned in multiple settings to help players achieve their desired trajectory and spin rate.
Adjustable weights in the toe and the heel enable players to generate their preferred ball flight.
A new, lightweight clubface construction produces faster ball speeds from impact points across the face.
An adjustable weight plate on the sole gives players the ability to establish their ideal look at address in terms of face angle.
“For me, looking down at it, it’s a great look. We set one up that was neutral and it really sat there very nicely. As far as playability, I hit four balls with it (after getting the right setup in place) and I don’t think any of them curved more than 15 or 20 feet. It was fantastic.”
TGW customer Jay, +4 handicap
“My current driver tends to be a little noisy at times and (with) this the sound is great. Very muted. But the way it feels coming off is still very impressive.”
TGW customer Jay, +4 handicap
“I love the driver. The ball flight was just like my normal ball flight, which was great. I love the sound of the club. The sound is a little bit more dull than most other brands and it was nice to have that sound and the feel as well.”
TGW customer Jordan, 7 handicap
|Mizuno JPX 900 Driver Shaft Information|
|Fujikura Speeder Evo II|