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Understanding this is very preliminary and not verified by me... but ran across this pic "on the web".... I am extremely interested in what a potential '23 version of the 921 series will look like - and what improvements will be touted over the prior version... this could be a sneak peek of what is to come?

 

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I'll find out on Thursday, but will be bound not to comment as there's an embargo.

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MGS honors OEM embargoes even if other places on the web don’t. 

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If people would like to discuss what they hope to see or expect that Is fine.  But no pictures are to be published until product is officially announced by Mizuno 

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I was in my local shop today and the owner had some info on the design goals for 923 Hot Metals.  Question to mods:  can I share that info without pics?

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1 hour ago, Hook DeLoft said:

I was in my local shop today and the owner had some info on the design goals for 923 Hot Metals.  Question to mods:  can I share that info without pics?

Sure. Just no pics of any kind.  Thanks for asking. 

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The Mizuno rep told the owner of my local shop that Mizuno concentrated on raising the launch of the 923 Hot Metals and adding ball speed.  In fact, he said the first head they submitted to the USGA for testing failed the test because it was too hot.  I assume he was referring to the c.o.r. test.

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59 minutes ago, Hook DeLoft said:

The Mizuno rep told the owner of my local shop that Mizuno concentrated on raising the launch of the 923 Hot Metals and adding ball speed.  In fact, he said the first head they submitted to the USGA for testing failed the test because it was too hot.  I assume he was referring to the c.o.r. test.

Sounds promising.  I’ll get the full rundown on the lineup this week.  

A couple of notes. COR hasn’t been used for several years.  Drivers are now tested by the CT limit of .239  I believe, with a tolerance of 18 points actually allowing a CT of .257 (characteristic Time) as it is easier and less time consuming than COR testing.  Although most OEM will stay a bit below that .257 to avoid having a driver test above the limits  at an event   

Irons don’t come close to those limits so there is no official testing that I’m aware of.  As there is no real outcry on people hitting irons 400 yards and making courses obsolete 😬 

 

 

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32 minutes ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

Sounds promising.  I’ll get the full rundown on the lineup this week.  

A couple of notes. COR hasn’t been used for several years.  Drivers are now tested by the CT limit of .239  I believe, with a tolerance of 18 points actually allowing a CT of .257 (characteristic Time) as it is easier and less time consuming than COR testing.  Although most OEM will stay a bit below that .257 to avoid having a driver test above the limits  at an event   

Irons don’t come close to those limits so there is no official testing that I’m aware of.  As there is no real outcry on people hitting irons 400 yards and making courses obsolete 😬 

 

 

The info was second hand so the info could have been misunderstood by the shop owner. I’m guessing the emphasis on launch angle is correct. 

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Callaway 2023 Big Bertha 3 wood set to 17 degrees

Cobra F9 Speedback 7/8 wood set at 23.5 degrees

Callaway Epic Max 11 wood

Ping Eye 2 BeCu 2-SW

Mizuno 923 JPX HM HL 6-GW

Hogan sand wedge 56 degree bent to 53

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Loved (!) the looks of the the 921s, so I can only assume (given how absolutely perfect-looking the 221/223/225s were) that these will absolutely knock it out of the park.  I'd love to see them care less about a 28 degree 7-iron (I'd be thrilled with 30, to be honest) and more about the smallest dispersion pattern possible - but I also realize they need to "compete" distance-wise.  Sounds like, with that face being supposedly "too hot" (whatever that means, I'm okay with it, I guess), that's not going to be an issue.

Can't wait to see what they've got in store.

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I'm hoping they have them available at the demo day I'm signed up for in October. Not that I'm really looking for new irons, but I have always been partial to Mizuno and Srixon. 

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Really waiting for the fall to test the 923 forged against the pro 225. Glad to see the 923 series is starting to get some love and also build hype as hopefully they near a future release date. I love how the mizuno site allows you to look at specs and compare sole size, head length, offset and top line. It really shows you the progression of size which I find really interesting when comparing future considerations 

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I heard second hand that that the HMs will be stronger lofted. Stronger lofted with appropriate launch angles would be awesome. 

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7 hours ago, dlow206 said:

I heard second hand that that the HMs will be stronger lofted. Stronger lofted with appropriate launch angles would be awesome. 

I believe you used hot metals at one point over the last year? Did you find that you had a harder time launching the ball as high as you wanted?

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I can’t wait, odds are I’ll replace my irons with JPX923 Forged or HMPs this Fall (and T22s). I hit my JPX 900 Forged vs MP 225s a couple months ago, almost identical on a launch monitor so I didn’t buy. Almost no difference in distance, dispersion, launch angles, ball speed, etc. for me.

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Anxious for this launch... I have been holding off on considering new irons for exactly this release (doesn't stop me from swinging several options at my local shop whenever I can ;)).  The 92x line is inspired and much imitated across many other manufacturers.  I have the 221's, and they are a blast to play... but they are blades, and for gaming I get better results more consistently with my T200's... I can't wait to compare and contrast against my current set, the WS D9's, and the TM Stealth... Will always own at least one set of Mizuno's - made that decision when I bought my first set of new TZoid Pros then moved into the MP-33's (which were my all time favorite irons but were unfortunately liberated from my trunk many years ago).  Gamed the MP-68's (still have them) for many years before trying the MP-20 HMB's... which didn't click with me for some reason - and settled on the "player's club look" of the Titleist T-200's after a Titleist Fitting Day at my club last year. 

Once released, I have a feeling I will land somewhere between the JPX923 and the JPX923 Tour, but will swing the Hot Metals as well (I think TM did a great job with feel on a cast club so I will be interested to see how Mizuno uses their skills to further enhance the feel of the Hot Metal line).  

Those are a lot of words to agree with @Middler above... I can't wait.  

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5 hours ago, RollingGreens said:

I believe you used hot metals at one point over the last year? Did you find that you had a harder time launching the ball as high as you wanted?

I play Hot Metals currently and really like them. No trouble with launch, was just saying if they make the lofts stronger and essentially keep the launch characteristics, i would be happy. 

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15 minutes ago, dlow206 said:

I play Hot Metals currently and really like them. No trouble with launch, was just saying if they make the lofts stronger and essentially keep the launch characteristics, i would be happy. 

So far I like the launch and the distance. I wouldn’t mind a bit more spin holding firm greens but I don’t know anyone who has that lol

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3 hours ago, dlow206 said:

I play Hot Metals currently and really like them. No trouble with launch, was just saying if they make the lofts stronger and essentially keep the launch characteristics, i would be happy. 

Yep... that is the trend for GI's  the Stealth did a pretty darn good job an achieving that... I have to believe Mizuno will find a way to reposition the weighting to accomplish it too.  Stealth (for example) launch with Mizuno feel... Wow!

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3 hours ago, RollingGreens said:

So far I like the launch and the distance. I wouldn’t mind a bit more spin holding firm greens but I don’t know anyone who has that lol

Higher launch with same (or better) distance would bring the ball into the greens at a steeper angle... which would aide in holding those firm greens.  🙂

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6 hours ago, Tiftaaft said:

Anxious for this launch... I have been holding off on considering new irons for exactly this release (doesn't stop me from swinging several options at my local shop whenever I can ;)).  The 92x line is inspired and much imitated across many other manufacturers.  I have the 221's, and they are a blast to play... but they are blades, and for gaming I get better results more consistently with my T200's... I can't wait to compare and contrast against my current set, the WS D9's, and the TM Stealth... Will always own at least one set of Mizuno's - made that decision when I bought my first set of new TZoid Pros then moved into the MP-33's (which were my all time favorite irons but were unfortunately liberated from my trunk many years ago).  Gamed the MP-68's (still have them) for many years before trying the MP-20 HMB's... which didn't click with me for some reason - and settled on the "player's club look" of the Titleist T-200's after a Titleist Fitting Day at my club last year. 

Once released, I have a feeling I will land somewhere between the JPX923 and the JPX923 Tour, but will swing the Hot Metals as well (I think TM did a great job with feel on a cast club so I will be interested to see how Mizuno uses their skills to further enhance the feel of the Hot Metal line).  

Those are a lot of words to agree with @Middler above... I can't wait.  

You sound like me!  I have the T-200s in the bag that replace a set of MP-20s which replaced a set of MP-57's.  Still have those two sets as I don't want to part with them for some strange reason, LOL.  Took out the MP20s to the range the other day and while I hit some pretty decent shots, a few off center reminded me why I need a bit more forgiveness as I saw a drop of 10 yards or more from those off center hits (who am I kidding they were toe hits😀😀😂). Might give the new irons a try and see how I like them but for now the T-200's are firmly in my bag.

 

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21 minutes ago, MDGolfHacker said:

You sound like me!  I have the T-200s in the bag that replace a set of MP-20s which replaced a set of MP-57's.  Still have those two sets as I don't want to part with them for some strange reason, LOL.  Took out the MP20s to the range the other day and while I hit some pretty decent shots, a few off center reminded me why I need a bit more forgiveness as I saw a drop of 10 yards or more from those off center hits (who am I kidding they were toe hits😀😀😂). Might give the new irons a try and see how I like them but for now the T-200's are firmly in my bag.

 

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Haha!!!  I am VERY familiar with those "off center hits" with my blades... haha - some swings I'm happy I even made contact on the face!!  We do sound very much alike.  I have absolutely not complaints with the T200's... especially since putting in the Modus3 Tour 115's as part of the MGS testing process... they are GREAT irons.  There is just something about me a Mizuno Irons... 

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10 minutes ago, Tiftaaft said:

Haha!!!  I am VERY familiar with those "off center hits" with my blades... haha - some swings I'm happy I even made contact on the face!!  We do sound very much alike.  I have absolutely not complaints with the T200's... especially since putting in the Modus3 Tour 115's as part of the MGS testing process... they are GREAT irons.  There is just something about me a Mizuno Irons... 

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Something about Mizunos are right!  Fell in lust over the MP-32's when they first came out!  Had to wait a year for the Lefty version to hit the market and I was the first in line to get them.  I am very happy with the T-200's though...in fact I'm even slowly switching over all my Mizuno swag like my Mizuno hats, towels to Titleist stuff.  Still, there's still a glimmer in my eye every time I see a new Mizuno iron come out...Time is taking a toll on me, I no longer play S300 or even PX5.5.  I was fitted to AMT Reds in regular flex in the T200s.  Still, I'm thinking I need to reshaft the MP-20s in the same flex to see if I can get her more playable...lol

 

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i was fit into the 225’s this year, they were by far my best trackman numbers, though very close to my current gamers. but the feel sucked and the sound was horrible and absolutely not what i’ve wanted ever since the first time i hit a mizuno and fell in love with the feel. I was super disappointed and ended up staying with my apex cf 16 for another year. will definitely try to fit into these new jpx’s, but with mizuno probably putting their new face tech on there, i’m prepared for disappointment. 

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On 8/17/2022 at 9:19 AM, MattF said:

1 more sleep until I find out all I can from Vosh.

You've had your sleep - NOW TELL ME EVERYTHING. 🙂

 

Driver - PXG 0811 XF - Gen 5, 9 degrees (+1 setting), Oban Devotion TR 65 04
3/5 Wood - Cobra LTDx Max (Blue Colorway)
Utility - Caley X01 Driving Iron (3 = 18*)
Irons (5-PW) - Caley 01T
Wedges (48, 52, 56, 60) - Indi Wedges FLX 48 / ATK 52, 56, 60
Putter - L.A.B. Directed Force 2.1 - 65*
Ball - Chrome Tour Triple-Track

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new pages are showing up in the site map on the mizuno website, content is there for the JPX 923 fli-hi, but not the irons

Follow my golf journey to break into the 80s

Tester for the Titleist TSi Driver

Spring 2020 MGS Tester for the Fujikura Motore X Shaft

Updated 07/15/2022
Driver:callaway-small: Rogue St Max LS - Autoflex
Fairway Woods:callaway-small: Rogue Max St 3HL and 7 Wood
Irons:mizuno-small: JPX 921 Hot Metal 5 to AW - Aerotech Steelfiber i95 Stiff parallel tip
Wedges:ping-small: Glide 4.0 54 and 58
Putter:  :ping-small: PLD Custom Kushin 4

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