Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal Irons Graphite - Custom Fit From  €788.00

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The JPX 919 Hot Metal Iron has been designed to provide the ultimate blend of distance and forgiveness with a high ball flight that will allow you to attack pins like never before.

Mizuno have crafted these stunning heads from a cast Chromoly Steel. It is this material that combined with other tech in the head will transform the way you hit irons. 

Chromoly 4140M has given the designers at Mizuno incredible versatility that provides incredible strength to the distance enhancing cup-face technology and provides a moveable, bendable neck for adjustability and precision fitting. 

To deliver the ultimate performance Mizuno have engineered a head where the CG (centre of gravity) is as far back as possible and when combined with the modern lofts and game-changing Chromoly technology gives you a high, towering ball flight that will land and stop quicker and allow you to attack the hole with incredible confidence. 

The sole design on the Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal Irons are progressive. In the longer irons the width of the sole will be wider and more weight towards the toe for greater and easier launch conditions and as you go through the set the soles get narrower allowing for more playability and precision shot-making properties. 

To deliver incredible impact stability and provide a consistent high trajectory that will maximise carry, Mizuno have fitted a premium lightweight graphite shaft and a premium grip.

A benchmark in iron design, the JPX919 Hot Metal contains an incredible blend of launch speed and soft, controllable landing angles. The use of high strength Chromoly and seamless cup face construction produces the highest ball speed from any Mizuno iron.

Highly resilient material allows new multi-thickness face for astonishing ball speed and feel.

A one piece cupped geometry produces a surprising level of feedback at high ball speeds.

Developed to hit specific vibration patterns identified as delivering a satisfying sensation through impact.

Open at the heel portion to enhance stability, launch and flight apex for soft landing approach shots.

Set matching wedges use a softer material with tour precision milled grooves and face for improved spin and control around the greens.

Modified scoring irons
A steeper transition into more compact scoring irons and wedges.

Pearl Brush
Chrome plating with a new more durable pearl finish to soften the 919s precise lines in high sunlight.

Please note that custom fit clubs are custom made to your specifications, so please allow 7-10 working days for delivery.

Halpenny Golf currently serve over 125,000 returning customers and we pride ourselves in working to exacting international quality management standards. Our staff have a passion for Golf. With a PGA Professional in every store our customers can be sure that they get the best and most suitable advice for their every golfing need. We try harder to please, so buy with confidence at Halpenny Golf, the trusted Professionals.

Additional Info

As these are made to order products please allow 10-12 days from the date you place your order for your clubs to be dispatched

Custom Fit Club orders may only be returned or exchanged if the goods arrive damaged, become defective or the order was incorrect. 

The manufacturers guarantee may differ by product and does not cover accidental damage or normal wear and tear.

1 - Hand Choice
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Mizuno Hand Choice
It's fair to say that this option is self explanatory...Choose Right Hand if you are Right Handed...Choose Left hand if you are Left Handed.
2 - Club Selection
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Mizuno Club Selection
Choose how many Irons you would like in your set. You can select here whether to start your set at the 5 iron, the 4 iron or the 3 iron. Manufacturers have now recognised that not every golfer is comfortable using the longer irons and now offer you the choice.
3 - Shaft Selection
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Mizuno Shaft Selection

This option allows you to choose which shafts you would like to have. There are a number of shaft choices available to meet the different needs of golfers. If there is a particular shaft you require which is not listed please e-mail us to ensure it's availability and compatibility with these irons.

Project X LZ Tour available in 5.0, 6.0
Project X LZ Graphite available in 3.5, 4.0, 4.5
Recoil 95 Graphite available in Regular, Stiff

4 - Shaft Flex
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Mizuno Shaft Flex
Choosing a Flex option allows you to decide on a Regular Shaft, (Standard Swing). Stiff Shaft, (Faster Swing). or Xtra Stiff Shaft, (Very Fast and Powerful Swing).
5 - Grip Choice
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Mizuno Grip Choice
Please Choose the Grip you would like to have on your club.
6 - Grip Size
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Mizuno Grip Size
This is where you can choose the size of the grip on your club. Some golfers are happy to play with the standard grip whilst others prefer a thicker grip,i.e. Midsize. The grip thickness is achieved by applying tape to the club shaft underneath the grip. Here you can choose to have between 1 and 5 lengths of tape with 1 being standard and 5 being midsize.
7 - Choose Length
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Mizuno Length
Having the proper golf club length is a key ingredient to being able to make a good golf swing. Clubs that are too short or too long will hinder your ability to rotate and properly transfer your weight during the swing. It could also cause you to ground the club too early if they are too long or top the ball if they are too short.
8 - Lie Angle
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Mizuno Lie Angle

Lie angle is the angle between the bottom, or sole, of the golf club and the shaft. Having the proper lie angle is critical if you want the opportunity to make accurate golf shots. The purpose in adjusting the golf club's lie angle is to ensure that the club is resting squarly on its sole when you are addressing your shot. This will help get your swing on the right plane and keep the clubface square at impact. A lie angle that is too upright will cause the heel of the club to hit the ground first, which will close the clubface and produce a pull or hook. A lie angle that is too flat causes the toe to hit the ground first, opening the clubface, which will result in a push or slice.