Mizuno JPX825 Woods: Driver, fairway wood and hybrid R&D film.

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Mizuno JPX825 Woods

When working on the JPX 825, our goal is really to create a timber that will go far and straight.

We want a driver, a fairway wood and a hybrid which will raise the high ball and send it far away.

And when you observe them, each club has its own technology designed to deliver maximum ball speeds.

Whether with the driver, the fairway wood or hybrid, we try get high elasticity, So when you look at the hybrid and compare it to the driver, they have the same type of design because the search speed highest possible.

But the solutions are different: in the hybrid, a rising face is used extra strong steel which offers maximum response on a very small area.

Both clubs have small faces, but this is not just a surface question.

You can see what happens here, where energy is transferred to the sole, which also has some flexibility.

It may be lower on the face and still get maximum speed.

With the hybrid, which is good is that it offers a high tolerance with its wide sole.

But his face and his black crown, the head seems a little smaller than in reality, and in intense white marking lines create high contrast.

Many players say it really looks very tolerant and easy to play.

Here, the inclination can be seen, with the face which is somewhat tilted forward, as we did for our fairway woods in the past.

We also see a lot more edge, which is somewhat forward with respect to the ball, so when the shaft will move, we guess that this board will easily pass under the ball and run very high.

The best players are always looking for this type of effect.

One might say the club will simply get behind the ball, but I know now, I will not go left.

It is a little death fairway wood for best players.

But you do not want to go to the right, because if not, almost nobody can use it.

So I will try to adjust myself and see if I can reverse the situation somewhat and use one of the advantages of this greater sole, although I have already tried to do.

I felt my hands roll like I was going to make a hook, but the club simply continued straight, with the head that took control of the ball.

With the driver, you try to have a launch height, striking the ball where the launch will be the highest.

If it is high on the front, there is always a compromise, and if the crown has not some elasticity, you lose the ball speed.

by beveling that edge, you see better from above and you do not lose speed ball.

So you keep a top speed without losing other benefits.

I went from 5 to JPX 825 driver, and I can tell you is that there’s a tunnel behind the ball.

You see a lot of the club face and looks really very easy to play.

The sound is very powerful, the bullets trajectories extremely high, but contrary to what one might think, bullet trajectory remains powerful, it does not fall faster than a bullet normal.

This is a bell-shaped path, with very little spin forward and further back.

It is a good combination of high and low spin launch.

Strike at random towards building is probably a bad idea, but here we are in a Mizuno test center, and for the video, so I can go there and hit hard, straight, to allow teams to update their data.

Shall I Crisper and I am part of the design team Mizuno Golf.

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