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Mizuno JPX-EZ 4-PW, AW Iron Set Golf Club

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Mizuno JPX-EZ Iron Set Golf Club
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Right Hand Only
Standard Length Only
Standard Lie Only
Regular Flex Only
True Temper XP 95 R300 Steel Shaft Only
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Golf Club Condition
4-PW, AW
Right Hand
Player Type
Includes Headcover
Shaft Material
True Temper XP 95 R300
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The Mizuno JPX-EZ iron set delivers explosive distance and allows players to fire at the pin with Mizuno’s most forgiving club head design. This iron combines Hot Metal face design and the Power Frame Dual Pocket technology for a massive sweet area, effortless launch characteristics and excellent forgiveness. This iron set also features Harmonic Impact Technology (H.I.T.), a reinforced cavity frame which is feel and sound tuned for incredible feedback and a deep center of gravity for effortless launch and flight. The JPX-EZ iron set has a Black Ni finish to reduce glare and give them a sleek bold look.


  • Power Frame Dual Pocket
  • Hot Metal COR Design
  • Harmonic Impact Technology


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Have the same set only they are from 2013. Can I used this for a trade in to upgrade?
asked by Jesse M. on 2/7/2017
The JPZ EZ 2013 irons are on our trade in list. You can submit a trade in here: https://www.globalgolf.com/trade-in/
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 2/7/2017
Can you please provide more specifics about the orochi graphite shafts? Are they 70g or 90g shafts?
asked by Cheol L. on 11/14/2017
The regular flex is the 70 gram shaft.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 11/20/2017

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Much better than the previous JPX EZ
By TC on 10/10/2015
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 16-20  Plays Golf: I play more than once a week  Dexterity: Right Hand

I am 65 and play a couple of times a week. I’ve played several different brands of irons during the last 6 years and liked them all but concluded the 2014 JPX EZ with graphite shaft to be the best performing for my swing (70-75 mph for irons and around 90 for driver). I’ve found them to be the longest and most forgiving iron for me.
I liked the new look of the 2016 JPX EZ better than my current ones and tested them as soon as they became available. I ordered a custom set from Global Golf and was very pleased with how easy the process was. I particularly like the many options Mizuno offers without an upcharge. I received my irons directly from Mizuno within 10 days.
I’ve played 2 rounds with my new irons and their performance has exceeded my expectations. I conservatively estimate I am ¾ to 1 club length longer with equal to or greater forgiveness compared to my previous irons. I ordered the new irons with the same custom specifications as my previous irons with the exception that I changed from a SR (stiff regular) graphite shaft to a Regular one. I was previously fit with the SR because of a fast transition from the top but have been working to try to put more speed into my swing closer to the impact zone. I don’t know if it is the more flexible shaft, the redesigned club head, or a combination of both; but, there is a very noticeable softer and hotter feel to the ball coming off of the club head face. Looking down at address I really like the Black Ni Finish and that the head does not look as “chunky” to me as the old JPX EZ did.
If you are looking for a game improvement type iron, I highly recommend you give this one a try.

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Awesome conditio
By Daniel J. on 9/22/2017
0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

These clubs were purchased in very good condition but arrived in my mind in excellent condition. I’m not sure why I would ever buy new clubs if this is the condition that very good used ones come in

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Amazing irons
By Jerry J on 10/26/2016
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Handicap: 21+  Plays Golf: I play weekly  Dexterity: Right Hand

I own stiff 4-GW and love them. Sound is more pure than the Ping GMax which is same category. I hit them straight and have gained probably 15yds per club off my ole 90s set of irons.

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The Mizuno JPX-EZ Irons

The Mizuno JPX-EZ iron is packed with distance and forgiveness. The Hot Metal design features a dual pocket cavity and a multi-thickness face that provides fast ball speeds delivering some of the longest iron shots you’ll hit. The Power Frame design provides the stability for the pocket cavity while also providing extreme forgiveness for shots stuck anywhere on the face. The Mizuno JPX-EX iron also has an anti-glare black nickel finish that’s easy on the eyes.

The Mizuno JPX-EZ irons are available in four through pitching wedge, GW, and SW. There are numerous custom shafts to choose from, but the JPX-EZ irons will have the True Temper XP95 as the stock steel shaft and the Orochi as the stock graphite shaft.

Learn more about the Mizuno JPX-EX irons here.