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1) Johnny Los Angeles, CA


2) 29, but it's trending lower really lol


3) Currently playing JPX-850 Forged


4) Hot Metals may be a better club choice for my game



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1. Michael, Ontario

2. Hcp 10

3. Hogan 99 Apex Forged

4. JPX 900 Forged

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Michael from Louisiana


10 handicap I currently play 916 ap2 irons.


I wanna play the jpx 900 forged irons.

I play about 5 days a week and I practice irons the most.

I have a fast swing speed and mostly lay up to have irons in to greens


I would love to test and review these irons

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Michael - Arizona


Titleist 714 AP2

Visited our local golf store that has a driving range and hit the Mizuno JPX 900 Forged and Tour. Each excellent clubs, but enjoyed the workability and distance of the Tour model.

JPX 900 Tour is my preference.

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1. Brian OH

2. 12.1

3. Mizuno JPX 800

4. Forged



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1. Joey/ Washington

2. 10.7

3. Cobra forged tech

4. JPX 900 forged





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Allen Florida

Handicap 8

Current Irons Callaway XR

JPX 900 Forged RH Steel Stiff

1. Your first name and home state/province

2. Your current handicap

3. Your current set of irons

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-Tyler from San Diego, CA

-3.3 Handicap

-Currently play Titleist 710 CB's

-Would love to test out the JPX 900 Tour's. Playing often right now and have liked the look of these since they came out. I own my own business so I would have the time to answer questions and properly review these clubs for other forum members.


Thank you!

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Paul, New York

Hndcp: 29

Nike Covert Irons

JPX Hot Metals - left handed

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1. Cole // NE Ohio.


2. +0.7


3. titleist mb 3 iron, ap2 4-7, cb 8-PW.


4. JPX 900 Forged 3-6, JPX 900 Tour 7-PW with KBS C-Taper 120g x flex shafts.


5. As a current college golfer, I am someone who will be critical of the details. If you want someone who will put these to the test at least 6 times a week in tournaments, range time and/or just practice on the course in all types of conditions, then I am someone you could depend on for feedback.



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