Mizuno Releases JPX-850 Fairway Woods with Spring Design
08 Jan 2015
by Kevin Pahlau of amateurgolf.com
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Mizuno's JPX-850 Fairway Wood
Have you lost count how many times you mis-hit
with fairway woods? Well, Mizuno may have an
answer for you with the release of their new JPX-850 fairway woods.
With industry attention focusing on the sole
of metalwoods lately, Mizuno introduces an
accordion-like shape called Shock Wave to the
sole of the club. This unique design allows the
entire head to contract and expand upon impact.
This results in the creation of more energy from
swing to the ball increasing overall distance. The
center of gravity is kept low and a weight pad in
the rear expands the head's stability on high and
The club's metal face is comprised of low-
carbon ultra-high-strength steels. The
combination is designed to maximize ball speed
and add distance.
Each club also has Mizuno's Quick Switch
shaft adjustability allowing players the option to
adjust the head loft three different ways.
The JPX-850 fairway woods are priced at
$250 with available 15-, 18- and 21-degree
lofts. Custom Shafts are available as well as a
variety of custom grips.