Mizuno Golf Clubs Overview
Avid golfers know the hallmark of Mizuno golf clubs is their feel. Skilled players prize Mizuno’s irons for that very quality, but the Japanese company has made progress in other club categories, too.
After starting life as a baseball equipment manufacturer, Mizuno entered the golf club business in the 1930s. A big step came in 1998, when the company patented its “grain flow forging” process and bolstered its already solid reputation.
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Let’s review Mizuno’s most recent golf club releases:
ST Drivers and Fairway Woods, 2021
driver features built-in draw bias to help golfers who tend to slice. Its forged titanium clubface and ultra-light shaft also boost swing speed and ball speed. The ST-z driver model is weighted for a more neutral ball flight while Mizuno’s ST-z fairway woods boast a classic look and adjustable hosels.
ST200 Drivers and Fairway Woods, 2020
Mizuno’s ST200 models
, including the ST200G driver, are noteworthy for their Beta Rich Forged Titanium face, a stronger surface than typical titanium that’s less prone to fracturing over time.
JPX 921 Irons, 2020
JPX 921 series
feature Mizuno’s first irons forged from Chromoly – a lightweight yet super-strong alloy that generates faster ball speeds. The lineup includes JPX 921 Hot Metal irons, designed for exceptional distance; JPX 921 Tour irons, for golfers who demand precision and workability; and JPX 921 Forged irons, which blend elements of the other two.
All three Mizuno JPX 921 irons earned Hot List Gold Medal status from Golf Digest.
JPX Fli-Hi and CLK Hybrids, 2020
Mizuno’s JPX Fli-Hi hybrids
are geared toward better golfers, with a thinner top line designed with input from the company’s tour players. The CLK hybrid lineup features a wider crown area and produces a higher launch. Both JPX Fli-Hi and CLK models are adjustable.
MP-20 Irons, 2019
This vaunted forged lineup includes the Mizuno
Mizuno MP-20 MB irons
, a traditional muscle-back design that delights purists with its sleek look and buttery feel. The MP-20 HMB is a hybrid muscle-back version with a wider sole for smoother turf interaction. Mizuno’s MP-20 MMC features cavity-back construction for added forgiveness.
ES21 and T-20 Wedges
Mizuno touts the ES21 wedge’s higher, precisely centered sweet spot for making this club easier to hit and control than competitor models. The high-toe, low-heel design also adds stability. Mizuno’s T-20 wedge series boast a classic teardrop shape and special micro-grooves for superior spin from wet turf.
First launched in 2020,
Mizuno’s M.Craft lineup
expanded in 2021. Each M.Craft putter is made from forged steel, with a range of blade and mallet styles plus varying, CNC-milled face patterns to fit most any golfer’s preferences.