5 things you need to know about Mizuno's new JPX 923 irons (2023)

By: Jonathan Wall

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Mizuno’s JPX 923 lineup officially launched on Friday with five fresh models in the lineup. Known as the tech-heavy iron, the latest edition features more of the same with even more ball speed and materials designed to benefit golfers in every handicap range.

Here’s a look at five things that stand out when it comes to the JPX 923 lineup.

Warning shot

Mizuno is used to receiving letters from the USGA confirming their latest products met the governing body’s equipment standards. While JPX 923 received the green light, an additional notation was added to the approval letter that Chris Voshall, Mizuno’s head of product, had never seen before.

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“When we submitted these, we received a conforming letter from the USGA with a warning,” recalled Voshall said. “It basically said the irons conformed after numerous rounds of testing, but it’s right at the legal limit. We actually had to dial it back a little bit. That’s the story everybody tells, but I’ve never seen a conforming letter with a warning.”

The increase in speed can be attributed to a new Nickel Chromoly that’s 35 percent stronger than the Chromoly found in the previous JPX 921 line.

“This is a good evolution from what we’ve been using,” said Voshall. “We’d been using a standard Chromoly for the last few generations and gotten as thin as possible while still maintaining durability. Once we hit the ceiling, we started looking for something that offered the same customization and be fit to your proper loft and lie. But ultimately one that pushed ball speed forward as well. That’s where we landed with the Nickel Chromoly.

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“We looked throughout the world where strong materials were being used and noticed Nickel Chromoly was being used in areas where failure wasn’t an option — like landing gears on airplanes.”

Although expensive, Nickel Chromoly provides several measurable benefits. With all the Hot Metal Products, it allowed for the addition of a multi-thickness face design that’s 8 percent thinner with a 16 percent larger COR area. The end result is more ball speed and deflection across a larger area of the face.

The material is also present in the JPX 923 Forged ($187.50 per club), but unlike the multi-piece Hot Metal, each head is made from a single billet of 4120 Chromoly with an increased mico-slot width for more face deflection. The single-piece forging is still thinned out in the face area, but its consistent grain flow allows for a better feel at impact. Think of it as the best of both worlds.

“The back milled fully forged head keeps the integrity of the grain structure,” said Voshall. “We thinned the face on the Forged to .23 millimeters, which is still thinner than a one-piece forging. By using this material to maintain durability, we actually had to change the forging process. With the 1025 material on the previous Forged, the precision forging required two strikes. Now it requires a third strike because the material is stronger.”

New addition

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If JPX Hot Metal Pro ($137.50 per club) is the game-improvement model for the more accomplished player, the general assumption is Hot Metal HL (High Launch) is the new super game-improvement option. With a matte grey look, the High Launch features slightly different cosmetics that differentiate it from the standard Hot Metal and Pro.

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“We’ve done SGI irons before,” Voshall said. “They were just big for the sake of being big. These are not that. They are marginally larger than the Hot Metal, and where they’re larger is actually in the hosel length. So it’s not even a bigger golf club. It barely looks larger.”

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With marginally more offset, the High Launch is designed to induce a higher launch with slightly more spin to keep the ball in the air longer. Those are all benefits a mid- to high-handicap golfer on the slower end of the speed spectrum can appreciate. But with a profile that’s more reminiscent of the standard Hot Metal, it’s possible to capture more forgiveness, distance and a mild draw without going to a shovel-esque profile.

“When you look at it, it’s actually an iron a lot of players will like the look of,” Voshall said. “It has some SGI numbers to it, in terms of launch and spin, but it doesn’t look SGI. Overall, you’re getting a deeper center of gravity for a higher launch, a bigger sweet spot area that’s higher as well.”

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Instead of simply making the lofts stronger to increase distance, Mizuno found golfers with swing speeds at 73 mph and below, on its Shaft Optimizer, benefit from more loft, especially in the long irons. With JPX 923 HL, the 5-iron is 25 degrees — Hot Metal and Hot Metal Pro are 22 degrees — to create more carry distance at slower swing speeds.

“When you’re talking about a 5-iron that’s in the mid to low 20s, you don’t need a super strong golf club,” said Voshall. “That’s why people are buying 4 and 5 irons that are dust-collectors. They don’t work for them. Our swing data says you need more loft.”

V is for very thin

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Many better players had a problem with the overall look of Mizuno’s JPX Forged at address. The general knock was the topline tended to fall on the thicker side, making it more game-improvement than better-player. Mizuno heard the cries for change, but it wasn’t easy to make them overnight.

“We’ve always had a thicker topline than other manufacturers,” Voshall said. “A lot of that was because our H.I.T. (Harmonic Impact Technology) has always told us we needed to reinforce the topline to manage vibrations.”

To shed weight on the topline while maintaining a similar solid feel, Mizuno engineers designed a V-Chassis around the perimeter of JPX 923 Forged that reinforced the upper portion of the cavity frame (see the yellow circle above) and allowed the overall width of the topline to be reduced.

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“The V-Chassis allows us to go thinner without sacrificing that solid feel golfers are accustomed to getting with the Forged,” Voshall. “It vibrates like it’s thicker but looks thinner. It actually sounds a lot closer to the JPX 923 Tour ($187.50 per club). If you can go that route without making sacrifices elsewhere, why not?”

And speaking of the JPX 923 Tour, it’s important to note the Tour — along with the three Hot Metal irons — also features a reinforced V-Chassis. According to Voshall, the chassis makes the latest Tour head look thinner than the Pro 221 muscleback at address.

Lefty love

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Mizuno is adding new offerings for the left-handed golfer. Gone is the SEL (Special Edition Lefty) that required southpaws to accept a blended set consisting of Forged long irons and Tour mid- and short-irons.

“We did SEL with the last few generations where we forced the lefty hand into what to play,” Voshall said. “This time, we’re going in a different direction, realizing not everyone wants to play that composition.

In addition to the usual JPX Hot Metal offering, full sets of the Forged and Hot Metal Pro will also be available to the left-handed golfer.

“Hot Metal Pro was a huge winner for us when it was first introduced,” Voshall said. “That kind of momentum made us realize it needed to be in a left-handed version as well.”

Staggered release

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Golfers are used to treating product embargo releases like a countdown clock for eventual testing and purchasing. However, things will be a bit different with JPX 923. Instead of releasing all five models at once, Mizuno will perform a staggered release, beginning with JPX 923 Hot Metal, Hot Metal Pro, Hot Metal HL (High Launch) and JPX Fli-Hi on October 13th.

From there, JPX 923 Forged and Tour will be released at retail in February 2023. Reporting on products that won’t be available for five months might seem odd, but there’s a good reason behind delaying the release of the better-player offerings.

“We want every model to get its moment,” Voshall said. “Hot Metal has been a major success for us and we wanted to make sure it had some time to breathe before Forged and Tour come into the picture.”

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What handicap should play JPX921 forged? ›

They are also a little more forgiving. What handicap should play JPX921 Forged? I think any golfer with a handicap between scratch and 11 or so can play Mizuno JPX 921 Forged irons.

What does JPX stand for Mizuno? ›

But before we get to that first, let's ask the question: What does JPX stand for? Answer: Japan Performance Extreme. It was a name developed for the Japanese market as a way to introduce more aggressive, distance-driven, often cast irons to a different segment of the market.

Are Mizuno JPX 921 irons forgiving? ›

The Chromoly material gives the JPX 921 forged irons excellent feel, distance, look, and forgiveness in a forged iron for the first time.

What is the difference between Mizuno hot metal and hot metal pro? ›

It means the Hot Metal Pro is a little more compact, with less hosel offset. While the Hot Metal has a slightly longer blade length and a bit wider top edge to enhance forgiveness.

What are the easiest forged irons to hit? ›

  • The most forgiving irons are:
  • TaylorMade Stealth Irons.
  • TaylorMade Sim 2 Max irons.
  • Ping G425 irons.
  • Cobra F-max irons.
  • Cleveland Golf Men's Launcher HB Iron Set.
  • Mizuno JPX 921 Hot Metal Forged Iron.
  • Tour Edge Hot Launch C521 Irons.
24 Feb 2022

Why are forged irons harder to hit? ›

Forged irons are usually a little harder to hit than a cavity back iron. Since a forged iron is molded from a single piece of metal, it is hard to give it the capabilities that it needs to be quite as forgiving as a cast or cavity back iron.

Is Mizuno better than Ping? ›

The Mizuno is better looking than the Ping iron and they also feel a little better than other rivals in this category, including the TaylorMade P790 and Titleist T200. The profile is a little bigger than the i525, and they're probably a little more forgiving if need to work on your consistency.

Do any pros use Mizuno irons? ›

Currently there are 7 PGA Tour players among the top players in the world playing Mizuno clubs or other Mizuno equipment. This list includes players like Cameron Smith, Paul Casey, and Adam Scott.

How far does Tiger Woods hit a 7 iron? ›

And when it comes to how far Tiger Woods, arguably the greatest iron player of all time, hits his irons? Tiger hits his 3-iron a 'carry' distance of 240 yards on average while his 4-iron goes 225 yards and 5-iron 210 yards. When it comes to his mid-irons he hits his 6-iron and 7-iron 195 and 180 yards.

What handicap should play Mizuno hot metal irons? ›

Mizuno JPX 921 Hot Metal Irons

If your handicap is over 16 and you want to get the dispersion a bit tighter when approaching greens, the Hot Metals are a forgiving and high flying option. The perimeter weighting hold a toe bias to help increase ball speeds on off center hits, but help to keep the ball online.

Why do Mizuno irons feel so good? ›

Mizuno are known for making some of the best utility irons and, thanks to the head being cast from 431 stainless steel and not forged, this allows a 21g tungsten weight to be placed in the sole of the club to drop the CG and improve the launch.

How can you tell if Mizuno irons are fake? ›

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What is the most forgiving iron to hit? ›

The Most Forgiving Irons Are:
  • Best All Round – Cleveland Launcher Turbo HB Irons.
  • Budget Pick – LAZRUS Premium Golf Irons.
  • Premium Pick – TaylorMade P790 Irons.
  • Cobra F Max Irons.
  • TaylorMade M4 Irons.
  • Callaway Golf Mavrik Iron Set.
  • Mizuno JPX921 Forged Irons.
  • TaylorMade SIM 2 Max Iron Set.
3 Oct 2022

What handicap is Hot Metal Pro for? ›

These irons feature modern strong lofts and will be geared towards maximum distance and forgiveness. JPX 923 Hot Metal - The JPX 923 Hot Metal is perfect for the mid to low handicapper (7-15) who is looking for a combination of high launch, high ball speed, and high forgiveness.

What is the hardest iron to hit in golf? ›

What Are The Hardest Irons To Hit? The long irons, like the one, two, and three iron, are the hardest golf irons to hit. These clubs have less loft than other clubs, require a fast swing speed to hit them well, and a smaller sweet spot makes off center hits more common.

What is the longest iron you feel comfortable hitting? ›

Generally, a 5 iron is plenty for most players. If you're in single digits, then a 3 or 4 iron is usually the longest iron. A 5 iron is great because it's still relatively easily to hit and can also help with punch shots as well.

What are the easiest irons to hit for a high handicapper? ›

Best irons for high handicappers
  • Cleveland Launcher XL Irons (Overall Winner)
  • Callaway Rogue ST Max OS (Runner Up)
  • TaylorMade Stealth (Best For Distance)
  • Cobra F-max irons (Best Out of the Rough)
  • TaylorMade Sim Max OS (Best for forgiveness)
  • Mizuno JPX Hot Metal irons (best for player growth)
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Should a high handicapper play forged irons? ›

Forged clubs are usually better for low handicap players. On the other hand, cast irons can use cavity backing and perimeter weighting to make them more forgiving, which makes them ideal for new players or those with a higher handicap.

Do forged irons wear out faster? ›

Forged irons use softer steel than cast irons, but unless you're playing golf multiple times per week, the average player won't notice much different in terms of longevity. While both are manufactured to be high quality, forged irons are purer than cast irons and, in theory, should last longer.

Do forged irons lose distance over time? ›

In general the metal used in forged irons will last a lifetime. Golfers with forged irons, especially professionals, who play very frequently however regularly find the lie of their clubs altered between 2-3º and lofts changing by 1 or even 2 clubs over a couple of years.

Which is better Callaway or Ping? ›

The Ping may edge the looks but it's the Callaway which we think has the better feel and sound. This is because the Apex Pro has notably softer acoustics, with the more dense sound and feel to it being preferred over the more 'clicky' sound in the Ping.

Is Mizuno good for wide feet? ›

After over a century of designing performance footwear, Mizuno's wide fit running shoes carry over everything Mizuno's top running shoes have to offer, to fit the needs of wide feet.

Are Mizuno made in China? ›

North American custom golf equipment is assembled at Mizuno's facility, in Braselton, Georgia.

What stiffness do pros use? ›

90% of the top 100 PGA Tour pros use extra stiff or Tour extra stiff flex shafts in their driver. As a whole pro players of woods, hybrids and utility irons again use extra stiff or Tour extra stiff shafts with stiff and stiff+ flex shafts only being more used in irons and wedges.

What irons are the pros using 2022? ›

  • Gold. Callaway Apex Pro.
  • Gold. Callaway Apex TCB.
  • Gold. Cobra King Tour.
  • Gold. Mizuno JPX921 Tour.
  • Gold. Mizuno Mizuno Pro 223.
  • Gold. PXG 0311 T Gen4.
  • Gold. Ping i59.
  • Gold. Srixon ZX7.

Is Mizuno Chinese or Japanese? ›

Mizuno Corporation (ミズノ株式会社, 美津濃株式会社, Mizuno Kabushiki-gaisha) (TYO: 8022) is a Japanese sports equipment and sportswear company, founded in Osaka in 1906 by Rihachi Mizuno.

How far do seniors hit a 7 iron? ›

Average 7 Iron Distance By Age
Age RangeAverage 7 Iron Distance
40-50146 yards
50-60139 yards
60+128 yards
All Golfers145 yards
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How far should a 60 year old drive a golf ball? ›

Average Driver Distance By Age (And How To Improve It)
Age RangeAverage Driver Distance
40-50220 yards
50-60211 yards
60+196 yards
All Golfers219 yards
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How far should a 7 iron shot go? ›

A PGA Tour player hits a 7-iron between 172-215 yards. Meanwhile, a short-hitting amateur male golfer averages 120 yards with the same club.

How far should a senior hit a 9 iron? ›

Golf Club Distance Charts: #3: averages for Senior Golfer & Pro comparison
ClubSenior Average DistanceSenior PGA Tour Champions
9 Iron105 yds146 yds
Pitching Wedge97 yds136 yds
Gap Wedge89 yds122 yds
Sand Wedge82 yds108 yds
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What is a good 5 iron distance? ›

As we know the average driving distance (217 yards, which would be a swing speed around 85mph) we can extrapolate the following averages: 4 iron: 154 yards. 5 iron: 147 yards.

How high should you hit a 6 iron? ›

TrackMan Optimizer Values

For a 6-iron, a club speed of 80 mph and mid-trajectory results in a height of 76 feet.

Should hands be forward when hitting irons? ›

The grip and hands must be in front of the clubhead and ball. Many amateur golfers believe that the grip and clubhead come back to the position they are in during the setup. The hands and grip must move forward before the clubhead in order to properly compress and control the ball.

Is it better to hit iron or hybrid out of rough? ›

In conclusion, avoid hitting long irons out of the deep rough, as they simply can not match the performance of hybrids and fairway woods from similar lies. In my experience a golfer's best bet is usually a hybrid, as it will go almost as far as a similar lofted fairway wood, except much straighter.

What do the Mizuno numbers mean? ›

Definition of the numbers from left to right: Clubhead Speed: How fast the clubhead and shaft are moving during the swing. Tempo: How quickly the player transitions from the backswing to the downswing. Shaft Toe Down: A measure of the bowing of the shaft in a downward direction during the downswing.

Do any tour players play Mizuno irons? ›

Currently, there are 7 PGA Tour players playing with a Mizuno Iron in their bag.
Mizuno Iron Tour Players.
Luke DonaldMizuno Pro 225, Mizuno Pro 221, and Mizuno Pro Fli-Hi
Matt JonesMizuno Pro Fli-Hi
Paul CaseyMizuno MP-5 and Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal Pro
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What does MMC stand for on Mizuno irons? ›

The MP-20 range consists of three club heads. The MP-20 muscle-back (most bladed) – aimed at pros and low handicappers. The MP-20 MMC (multi-metal compound) aimed at low to mid handicappers. The MP-20 HMB (hot metal blade) targeting mid to high handicappers, or low handicap players looking for great forgiveness.

Does a 9 iron hit farther than a 7 iron? ›

6-iron = 150 yards. 7-iron = 140 yards. 8-iron = 130 yards. 9-iron = 120 yards.

What iron hits longest? ›

Included in this guide:
  • TaylorMade. Stealth Iron. Check Price.
  • Cobra. King LTDx Iron. Check Price.
  • Mizuno. JPX921 Hot Metal Irons. Check Price.
  • PXG. 0211 DC Irons. Check Price.
  • Callaway. Apex DCB Irons. Check Price.
  • Wilson Staff. D9 Irons. Check Price.
  • Callaway. Rogue ST Max Iron. Check Price.
  • Ping. G710 Iron. Check Price.
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What is considered a high handicap? ›

What Is A High Handicap Golfer? In simple terms, a high handicap golfer plays off of a 19 and above. It is the broadest range of handicaps, as it covers golfers playing off anything up to 54. 25% of male golfers and 81% of female golfers fit into the high handicap bracket.

What goes farther hybrid or iron? ›

Do Hybrids And Irons Go The Same Distance? On average, hybrids will hit the ball 7 yards further than the corresponding iron, but the distance could range between 5 and 12 yards. As an example, my 5 hybrid typically hit the ball 188 yards while my 5 iron hits the ball closer to 182 yards.

How far should a 34 degree 7 iron go? ›

7 iron = 34 degrees (130 to 170 yards)

How far should a man hit a 3 iron? ›

The 3 iron can typically hit the ball between 125 and 250 yards. It should go further than most irons and slightly less distance than fairway woods or drivers. The actual distance depends on the skill of the golfer and their ability level.

What handicap should hit Blades? ›

When should you switch to blade irons? In general, you should only consider using blades if you have a handicap under 10.

What is the handicap of a golfer who shoots 90? ›

For example, if you typically shoot around 90 on par 72 golf courses, your golf handicap would be around 18.

What is an impressive golf handicap? ›

What Is A Good Golf Handicap? A good golf handicap is ten or less. With a handicap index of ten or less, you will generally shoot somewhere around 82. Shooing in the low 80s is better than average but certainly not good enough to be considered a scratch player.

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What handicap are forged TEC irons for? ›

The entire face is thinner by 0.2 millimeters to enhance ball speed and save weight. The look is decidedly on the player-ish side with reduced offset, thinner toplines and shorter blade lengths. Cobra says its target audience for this iron is 5- to 15-handicappers.

Should a high handicappers use forged irons? ›

Forged clubs are usually better for low handicap players. On the other hand, cast irons can use cavity backing and perimeter weighting to make them more forgiving, which makes them ideal for new players or those with a higher handicap.

Should a mid handicapper play forged irons? ›

They've managed to introduce more playability and great sound and feel without sacrificing forgiveness in a forged iron. Mid handicap golfers should stick to cavity back irons, forged or not.

Can a high handicapper play P7MC? ›

Great ball strikers who love forged irons but want that little bit of extra help will enjoy the P7MC golf clubs. Anyone from professional up to a 5 or 6 handicap makes a good target player for this design.

Do forged irons go further? ›

Using steel that sets harder makes cast irons more durable, have increase ball speed and thus add more distance than their forged counterparts. Casting is also quicker, easier, and therefore cheaper than the forging process, meaning cast clubs are more affordable at retail than forged ones.

Why do forged irons feel better? ›

Benefits. Forged irons are famous for being great-feeling golf clubs. They are made with softer steel that usually has more carbon in order to make them more workable, keeping the grain of the steel packed in tight.

Do forged irons last longer? ›

Forged irons use softer steel than cast irons, but unless you're playing golf multiple times per week, the average player won't notice much different in terms of longevity. While both are manufactured to be high quality, forged irons are purer than cast irons and, in theory, should last longer.

Should high handicapper use steel or graphite? ›

Which Is Best For High Handicappers? High-handicapped golfers who need help generating speed should use graphite, this will really help them pick up speed. Steel could help you with stability though.

Are thicker irons more forgiving? ›

Wider Sole and Thicker Topline

Iron heads with more mass tend to increase the club's stability and make them a lot easier to hit. Clubs with these two features also instill confidence among high handicappers whenever they stand over the golf ball.

Are driving irons more accurate? ›

Driving irons will fly higher than a long iron but they will be lower than hybrids, this is important. Driving irons are also a little more accurate than a hybrid. Although hybrids will land more softly so can be better for long approach shots.

What handicap is a mid handicapper? ›

A mid handicapper is a golfer with average handicap scores. Mid handicappers typically have handicaps ranging between 11 and 20. Golfers in this category would normally shoot anywhere from 80 to 94.

Should a 10 handicap use blades? ›

It's generally not recommended that high-handicappers use blades. They are less forgiving when it comes to off-centre strikes, meaning they will be much harder to use for beginner players who often struggle to control the low-point of their swing, and also their club-face direction and swing path.

What bounce should a mid handicapper use? ›

A mid handicapper should have a sand wedge with a higher bounce (10+ degrees) and a lob or gap wedge with a mid bounce (7-9 degrees).

Can a 10 handicap play the P7MC? ›

The TaylorMade P7MC irons are a great choice for anyone from the plus handicap to the single digit player looking to improve.

Do any pros use P7MC irons? ›

Which Tour Players Are Using TaylorMade P7MC Irons? The TaylorMade P7MC Iron is pretty popular among the top PGA Tour Players right now with 6 tour pros currently carrying it in their bag, including Collin Morikawa, Justin Rose, and Matthew Wolff.

What handicap is a high handicapper? ›

In simple terms, a high handicap golfer plays off of a 19 and above. It is the broadest range of handicaps, as it covers golfers playing off anything up to 54. 25% of male golfers and 81% of female golfers fit into the high handicap bracket.

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