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Golf Australia Express : November 2012
GEAR IRON MEN JPX 825 Pro Irons X-Utility Prototype Irons Available in three lofts (18, 21, 24 degrees), the new Callaway X Utility Prototype Irons are made with a hollow forged construction of 1020 carbon steel, a tungsten sole to precisely dial-in the CG location, and a high-strength maraging steel face that promotes high ball speeds. Each iron also features removable weights on the sole that range from 2 to 8 grams in 2-gram increments, allowing players to make swingweight adjustments to fit specific length, shaft and grip options. OTG $199/steel; $229/graphite callawaygolf.com/ au IF THERE’S ONE THING Mizuno is known for it is producing quality irons. And the game-improvement crowd will be excited about Mizuno’s latest JPX model. The JPX-825 Pro is the company’s upgrade to the incredibly popular JPX-800s. The look has been tweaked and a greater spread of toe-heel weighting (17 grams in fact) has been added to offer greater feel and more forgiveness than its predecessor. A CNC milled pocket cavity is featured in the 4-7 iron range with a full-cavity design found in 8-PW. Don’t be surprised to see some better players jump at these sticks, too. OTG From $145/steel; from $170/graphite mizunogolf.com
Summer of Golf 2012-13