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1.Taylor (Phoenix, AZ)

2. 8 HCP

3. Callaway Cf 16/Apex Pro Combo set


According to the Mizuno website I would fit best into the Forged JPX 900 Forged.


I've heard nothing but awesome stories about people and their Mizunos. Love to test against one of the "'most talked about" sets among golfers right now from Callaway and find a reason to kick them out of the bag. Also looking for excuses to get out on the course more. Win-Win for everybody!



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JJ Mcanally living in northern Ireland, currently playing off 5 with mizuno mp59. Interested in testing the jpx900 tour.

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1. Park / Georgia

2. 19.5

3. MP-5

4. Tour


I'm coming up on my year anniversary of getting into the game in my early 30's and after trying everything from SGI to vintage blades I've seen my scores improve the best when playing with the MP-5's. Crossfield's human experiment gave me the confidence to play the clubs I love and focus more on ballstriking then waiting for a club to fix my problems. I love the club head size of the tour, as well as the finish! I have decent clubhead speed in my driver (100-105ish) so distance hasn't been an issue and I would be interested to see what value, if any, more tech could add while maintaining more traditional spin numbers like in my MP-5's.



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1. Your first name and home state/province- Brian in Fayetteville, AR

2. Your current handicap- 3.2

3. Your current set of irons- Mizuno MP-64's

4. Ideal Set- JPX 900 Forged with with Project X LZ 6.0 shafts

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Myrtle Beach SC


Mizuno jpx ez


I would love to try jpx 900 forged. Mizunos were my first clubs since I started playing 3 years ago. Best clubs I have ever had. I have used my dad's Taylormade and my buddy's Titleist. But I love my Mizunos. Also I use Mizuno driver and a fairway wood and a Mizuno bag to go with it.

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1. Mauro/ Florida

2. 13 handicap

3. Nike Vapor pro combo

4. JPX 900 Forged



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Matt Kurtzhals Wisconsin


714 Titleist Ap2

Jpx900 forged or tours

I have a backyard driving range with a skytrak and can test!

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Jeremy Richards

Illinois, Homer 61849

Currently a 11

Playing 501cb MIURA irons, with PX6.0

Want to try to JPX900 tours

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1. Brian/Virginia

2. 10.1

3. Mizuno MP-53

4. JPX 900 Forged



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Quebec City, Quebec


Cobra Amp Pro


I really dig the 900pros, and since I play a lot of golf I'd be happy to post a through review.


Great opportunity for sure!


Good luck to all!

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1. Marvin, California

2. 22

3. Callaway xHot

4. JPX 900 hot metal


I've been on various versions of Callaway (excerpt short period of Hogan forged), heard good things about Mizuno and want see what's out there.


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Greg Michigan


Titleist ZB Irons (looking at buying the 900's right now!)

JPX 900 Tour/Forged

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1.      Jonathan – Colorado (Denver)

2.      5.5 Ghin

3.      Ping i200

4.      JPX 900 Tour or JPX 900 Forged   B)

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