In the golf equipment world, it’s rare for new releases and technologies to produce drastic distance gains in off-the-rack purchases, mostly due to limitations by the USGA. But where many new releases excel is in their increased adjustability, which allows golfers to fine-tune their clubs to fit their preferences and needs. That can create big distance gains and a host of other benefits as well.
Mizuno is at the forefront of the custom-fitting movement with its JPX-900 drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, which were designed to allow golfers to optimize their swings and properly gap their clubs. That means golfers can get their games dialed in more than ever before.
Thanks to the added adjustability of the new JPX-900 driver, golfers can optimize spin rates, fine-tune their visual preferences and help reduce their big miss. In addition, the new JPX-900 fairway woods have a central sliding weight that allows the clubs to perform as either a rocket launcher from the tee or high-ball hitting clubs that will stop shots abruptly on greens. The new JPX-900 hybrids have also undergone design changes to better fill a golfer’s yardage gaps, and look better, too.