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1. Andreas, Germany, Schleswig Holstein

2. 8.3

3. Callaway X-12 Pro Series, Mizuno MP-H5 4 iron

 

JPX 900 Tour

 

I started the game many years back with a half set of minzuno silver line irons and afterwards played for a decade with a set of TP 9s including a 2 iron. Still have them at home and for nostalgia sometimes take the old 2 iron to the range. Beautiful clubs. Would love the opportunity to test the JPX 900 Tour irons and maybe switch back to mizuno where it all began.

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I'm Riley and I live in Wyoming.  I play about 6 rounds a week (work at a course and have very few responsibilities).

 

I currently play off of an 18, but I'm trending down and have had the 3 best rounds of my one year of golfing seriously in the past two weeks (86, 85, 84).  I've been getting some range time with our course Pro and it's helping a lot.  He is confident that I will break 80 by the end of August!

 

I play Titleist 716 AP2 4-PW with DG S300 AMT shafts

 

I'd love the opportunity to compare the AP2 to the JPX 900 Forged, as they seem to be in a similar category!  I would also try the JPX 900 Tours, if the review from a mid/high-handicapper is wanted!

 

This is a great opportunity, thanks for your consideration!

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Mike

Myrtle Beach SC

10.9

currently playing Cleveland CG16 with regular graphite shafts

would like to play the JPX-900 hot metals

 

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David Nabel

Augusta GA

17

Playing TM RSI 2 would like to test JPX 900 forged with stiff shaft

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Kevin

 

Northumberland

 

5

 

Mizuno MP5 (KSB Tour 110 c taper S)

 

JPX 900 Tour (s300)

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Kevin - Northumberland

 

5

 

Mizuno MP5 (KSB Tour C Taper 110 S)

 

JPX 900 Tour (S300)

 

:D

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1. Your first name and home state:  Jim via Idaho 

2. Your current handicap                :  6

3. Your current set of irons  : Srixon 565'd 

4. JPX forged irons 

 

Looking at making a switch back to Mizuno's   

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Jason - Michigan

 

7.9

 

Taylormade P770 KBS Tour Flt

 

JPX 900 Forged

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Sean, ny, 18 handi, mizuno 850 forged. I am concerned the 850 forged are outside of my game and would like to test them against something that a little bit more forgiveness but remains in the same look and fee

 

 

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Chris Utah

 

4.8 handicap

 

WS FG Tour F5

 

JPX 900 Forged

 

 

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1. Ken, Florida


2. 11.7 GHIN


3. Current irons:  Callaway X2 Hot


 


Would love to test/review the Hot Metal irons.  I don't think I have the swing speed for the Forged or Pro models.   ;)


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1. Marius, Oslo, Norway

2. EGA 3.2

3. Titleist 716 CB 3-P, TI X100 (tipped 1/4'')

4. JPX 900 Tour 3-P, TI X100 (tipped 1/4'')

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