Admittedly Mizuno is probably one of the better know Japanese brands worldwide. With a strong involvement in all different kinds of sporting goods, Mizuno Titlesit VG3 irons is well recognized for quality and performance. This year Mizuno Japan is Mizuno JPX 800 driver
working on a marketing campaign to even further stress the quality of Mizuno golf club manufacturing. The campaign promotes Yoro Japan Crafted mizuno mp53 irons
and features many of Mizuno''s Japan''s top craftsmen. Commercials, print ads, posters all feature the work of these Japanese artists mizuno mp63 irons who forge and grind Mizuno''s top models for the Japanese market.
This years Mizuno booth focused not only on the current club lineup but also the manufacturing process, Mizuno mizuno mp59 ironstakes from raw steel to forging, to grinding to finishing. Besides displays showing the step by step process of making an iron at Mizuno, the booth at the show featured a mini workshop right in the middle mizuno mp59 irons with different Yoro craftsmen through out the day, grinding and finishing forged irons and wedges.
In the last 6-7 years the JPX line has been a staple in the average golfer and premium offerings in the Japanese market. As of last year, Titleist Vokey Wedges the JPX brand became global, sharing many models with Japan. Mizuno did however, still save a few models just Mizuno JPX 800 Irons
for the Japanese market and this year is no different with the average golfer model JPX AD line launching in Japan.
The new JPX AD line includes a new JPX AD driver which complements the JPX800 and Japan model JPX800S, as the high MOI, lightweight mizuno mp58 distance model for the average golfer and senior player. Two new irons will also be released the JPX800 AD which is a higher handicapper distance model and the JPX800 AD Forged you see above which is for the average golfer and better player wanting a forgiving soft forged iron.
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