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Mizuno Men's JPX 900 Hot Metal Irons

Hand: Left
Set Composition: #4 Thru GW
Shaft: N.S. Pro Modus
Flex: Regular
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Mizuno Men's JPX 900 Hot Metal Irons

Longer, Hotter Irons To Appeal To More Golfers

Highlighting the design of the JPX 900 Hot Metal irons is the use of Chromoly 4140M, a completely new material being used by Mizuno in the creation of golf clubs. Chromoly is incredibly strong and allows for the Hot Metal irons to be constructed using a one-piece face cup, which leads to incredible ball speeds. In fact, the COR for these irons is 0.83, which is the USGA’s legal limit for a driver. At the same time, however, Chromoly is soft enough that players can still adjust loft and lie angle to their ideal specs, just as they would be able to do with a forged iron. Mizuno’s Power Frame, meanwhile, moves mass to the perimeter of the clubhead to improve forgiveness on mis-hits while also improving sound and feel at impact. And what might be most impressive about the Hot Metal irons is that all of the aforementioned technology and playability has been packed into an iron that has a more compact, elegant appearance than many game-improvement offerings on the market today. The stock shaft options for the JPX 900 Hot Metal irons are the Project X LZ 4.5 in graphite and Nippon NS Pro Modus 105 in steel, but other custom options are available at no upcharge for those who need a different profile.

Details

Stock Shaft Project X LZ 4.5 Graphite, Nippon NS Pro Modus 105 Steel
Stock Grip Golf Pride Multicompound Blue/Black, .60 Round
Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for custom shaft & grip options

Ideal For:

Golfers of all ability levels. The JPX 900 Hot Metal is unquestionably a game-improvement iron and the impressive distance it generates and maximum forgiveness it provides are certain to appeal to high- and mid-handicap players. That said, this is an iron that still has a clean, compact look at address, which will likely to appeal to lower-handicappers who might be in need of a few more yards and higher launch conditions. For all of those reasons, the Hot Metal is likely to be the iron of choice for players with very different playing profiles, and it’s also a strong candidate to be utilized in the longer irons of combo sets.

Chromoly 4140M

This extremely strong and light material enables a thin, hot clubface for explosive ball speeds and enhanced distance.

Chromoly 4140M

Power Frame

Mass moved to the corners of the clubhead enhances stability and a reinforced top line produces improved acoustics at impact.

Power Frame

Unitized Face Cup Technology

A one-piece construction allows for a lower CG placement that creates a larger sweet spot and higher MOI.

Unitized Face Cup Technology

What Players Like You Are Saying...

“I really didn’t mind looking down at it and after seeing the way it performed it made it even better. It was very forgiving, which is great for any player, and I could hit any kind of shot with it.”

TGW customer Jay, +4 handicap

“It didn’t look like a game-improvement club looking down at it. They really hid the cavity well. It was hot.”

TGW customer Jordan, 7 handicap

Mizuno Men's JPX 900 Hot Metal Irons
Club Loft Length Lie Angle Offset Bounce
#4 21° 38.25" 60° 0.230”
#5 24° 37.75" 60.5° 0.211”
#6 27°

37.25"

61° 0.191”
#7 31° 36.75" 61.5° 0.179” 1.5º
#8 35° 36.25" 62° 0.169” 2.5º
#9 40° 35.75" 62.5° 0.148” 3.5º
PW 45° 35.5" 63° 0.128”
GW 50° 35.25" 63° 0.118”
SW 55° 35.25" 63° 0.118” 13º

Specs

  • Top Rated: 4.7
  • 4 Iron: 21° Loft | 38.25" Length | 60° Lie | .230" Offset | 0° Bounce
  • 5 Iron: 24° Loft | 37.75" Length | 60.5° Lie | .211" Offset | 0° Bounce
  • 6 Iron: 27° Loft | 37.25" Length | 61° Lie | .191" Offset | 0° Bounce
  • 7 Iron: 31° Loft | 36.75" Length | 61.5° Lie | .179" Offset | 1.5° Bounce
  • 8 Iron: 35° Loft | 36.25" Length | 62° Lie | .169" Offset | 2.5° Bounce
  • 9 Iron: 40° Loft | 35.75" Length | 62.5° Lie | .148" Offset | 3.5° Bounce
  • Pitching Wedge: 45° Loft | 35.5" Length | 63° Lie | .128" Offset | 5° Bounce
  • Gap Wedge: 50° Loft | 35.25" Length | 63° Lie | .118" Offset | 7° Bounce
  • Sand Wedge: 55° Loft | 35.25" Length | 63° Lie | .118" Offset | 13° Bounce
  • Club Construction: Cast
  • Gender: Men's
  • Type: Irons & Iron Sets
  • Grip: Golf Pride Multi Compound Blue/Black 60R
Mizuno Men's JPX 900 Hot Metal Irons #4 Thru GW N.S. Pro Modus is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great feel Still working out the change of irons. Overall I really like the soft feel, compared to my M2's. At least the plastic won't fall out like the M2's
Date published: 2018-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid club Mizuno makes great irons. Period. TGW got me a great set quick and I'm glad I bought them. After a little tweaking and bending, the strike is solid and pure. Instant game improvement for me as I'm hitting a lot more of the small greens at my club.
Date published: 2018-03-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No real distance or direction lost on miss hits. Bought couple months back really like only wish Mizuno woods be this good
Date published: 2017-12-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long, forgiving, and very controllable! I just switched to these (4 iron through GW) from a set of Callaway Steelhead XR irons. These are absolutely as long as the Callaways, but far more controllable and without the obnoxious loud crack. The feel is softer in the Mizunos, and they actually stop when you want them to compared to the Callaways. I would absolutely recommend these over any other game improvement iron out there, and believe me I've hit em all. I've never been able to hit a 4 iron as well as I hit the one in this set. I only have about an 85 mph swing speed with my irons yet I can hit this 4 iron 200 yards consistently with accuracy.
Date published: 2017-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compact game improvement iron An excellent feeling club with a player's club profile Excellent stock grip and a terrific feeling Nippon shaft A great club for a player in the 3-15 handicap range
Date published: 2017-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't tell your Buddies... 7 trips to the range & 3 rounds. So let's talk... The 'Hot Metal' irons are the best rated irons on the 2017 hot list. In every single category except 'Demand'... let that sink in... I'm not going to tell you they will make you a better lover, or make your significant other prettier. If you want to get better & hit the ball cleaner/ longer, get lessons AND practice! But I will say that somehow Mizuno has made a iron with cast forgiveness/distance WITH forged sound and feel.... Get fitted & get these irons. Just don't tell your friends... lol Ok, one thing on distance. I don't know what Mizuno put in those 4, 5 irons, but I'm pretty sure if they had a urinalysis, they would be suspended....
Date published: 2017-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great weapons I love how its head contacts the ball and how my hands feel from it. Great distance, yet great forgiveness.
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful iron with great feel and distance I have played many irons in the last couple of years: Titleist AP1s, Wilson C200, Taylormade RSI, JPX 825s but these outperform all. I switch back and forth between my Titleist AP1 714 and the JPX 900 hot metal because i keep a set in my car and my wife's car. These irons were 5+ yards longer but more importantly the dispersion is much better
Date published: 2016-11-23
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What is the weight of the metal shaft.?

Asked by: Duffer
The Nippon NS Pro Modus 105 Steel shaft weight: Regular (103g); Stiff (106.5g); X-Stiff (112g)
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-12-06

Can I have Golf Pride Tour Wrap grips put on the irons?

Asked by: Goose66
We only have these in stock sets available, they will come with the Golf Pride Multi-compound Blue/Black, 60 Round grip. Unfortunately, the manufacturer is no longer offering to customize these clubs.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-08-17

Can you customize specs for these clubs for same price?

Asked by: Market
These irons are only available in the stock specs listed on the product page. The manufacturer is not offering to customize this set any longer.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-08-16

difference between regular and senior graphite shafts?

Asked by: Steve Gabbard
A senior-flex shaft is appropriate for a golfer who swings less than 70 miles per hour, according to Purely Golf. Golfers who swing 70 to 90 miles per hour generally require a regular-flex shaft. Professionals and golfers who swing over 90 miles per hour require stiff or extra-stiff shafts.
Answered by: tgw_tasha
Date published: 2018-03-23

What is a senior shaft? Is it too flexible tohit straight? Too high?

Asked by: JoeSr
Select a shaft that matches your swing speed. A shaft that is too stiff will feel rigid to you on impact and will limit your distance. But a shaft that is too flexible will feel "whippy" and can lead to either inaccurate shots or shots that balloon into the air. Have your swing speed measured by a local golf shop to help you determine the correct shaft flex. You can also ask for advice on other shaft characteristics, such as weight, kick point and torque. Senior flex shafts are appropriate for golfers who swing between 75 and 90 mph and carry a driver about 180 to 200 yards, according to GolfSpyder.com. Regular flex shafts are designed for golfers who swing 90 to 100 mph and carry a driver about 200 to 240 yards.
Answered by: tgw_tasha
Date published: 2018-02-22

How can I purchase a 3 iron jpx hot metal

Asked by: zoe1
Unfortunately, we do not carry the #3. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Answered by: tgw_tasha
Date published: 2018-01-26

What is the weight of the Project X LZ graphite R Flex shaft? Thanks.

Asked by: lewisgl
This club comes in 50, 60, and 70 grams.
Answered by: tgw_tasha
Date published: 2017-12-28

Can I get the JPX900 Hot Metal irons w/ graphite shaft in 5-SW and add 3 & 4 Hybrid/Rescue clubs? Men's Right hand with regular flex standard loft and lie. Want Winn mid-size grips and color doesn't matter on the grips. Need price and availability.

Asked by: deaconjohn71
You can enter all of the information for the clubs you are wanting under the "custom specs" tab right above the picture of this item. Once you have done that it will give you a price to the right for the clubs you have selected. If you are needing further assistance please contact our customer service department at 1-888-838-5551
Answered by: tgw_Addie
Date published: 2017-10-24
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