The New Mizuno JPX 919 Irons
The new Mizuno JPX 919 Series Irons come in three different models to help take your iron play to a new level.
The new JPX 919 Tour, Forged and Hot Metal irons all feature similar design elements and the famous Mizuno performance that has earned the company rave reviews for its irons over the years.
Let’s take a quick look at each JPX 919 iron and steer you to the model that best suits your game and your goals.
Then, come test swing them in-store!
New Mizuno JPX 919 Tour Irons – Precision Distance Control
The new JPX 919 Tour Irons are a low spin blade style iron that is ideal for high swing speed players.
They feature a thinner top line and a wider sole than their predecessor. Their larger heads offer a little more forgiveness.
The heads are still forged, but Mizuno is now using their High Density (HD) forging with 1025 Elite Steel—which packs the grains more tightly in the steel for better feel.
The cavity back has also been modified with a Stability Frame that saves weight from the heel area and moves it to the toe to increase the MOI.
If you are low-to-mid single digit handicap player who likes to play a blade, the JPX 919 Tour is a worth a close look.
New Mizuno JPX 919 Forged Irons – Performance Ball Speeds
The JPX 919 Forged Irons combine a mid-sized forged head with a bit of forgiveness and a face that delivers more speed than a normal forged iron.
The JPX 919 Forged irons continue to use Boron Infused Steel that is 30% stronger than normal steel, allowing the face to be thinner and generate more ball speed. This design results in Mizuno’s fastest ever forging measured in ball speed.
The cavity design features a new innovation that is essentially a slot through the sole in the bottom of the cavity. This slot is covered, so you can’t see it, but the effect is still the same.
Like the other JPX 919 models, weight has been moved from the heel area around the hosel to the toe of the club to improve the MOI.
This also enhances the sound and feel of the JPX 919 Forged irons, which are an exceptional option for players in the single digits.
New Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal Irons – Speed & Control
While Mizuno is renowned for its forged blades, the previous cast JPX 900 Hot Metal Iron is the company’s best-selling iron model to date.
The new JPX 919 Hot Metal irons look ready to improve on that success.
They deliver lower spin for extra distance and ease of hitting with a more traditional leading edge grind.
They also feature a classy new appearance that gives higher handicappers the look of a Mizuno blade, even with a game improvement cavity back.
Just like the two other JPX 919 models, the heel area of the cavity has been opened up to help with the sound and the feel.
And weight has been moved from the heel to the toe to improve MOI and forgiveness.
Flexible & Strong: More Ball Speed
The cast head of the JPX 919 Hot Metal Iron is made of a steel alloy—Chromoly, containing chromium and molybdenum.
It’s flexible and also strong enough to create the larger head and allow for a thin face to create ball speed. In fact, the JPX 919 Hot Metal Irons produce the highest ball speed of any Mizuno iron.
Combined with forgiveness and distance, it all adds up to a winning combination for mid-to-high handicap players.
New JPX 919 Wedges
The JPX 919 Hot Metal set goes down to a 45-degree pitching wedge.
For the rest of the way, Mizuno has introduced new JPX 919 wedges at 50, 55 and 60 degrees.
These wedges are a little more compact than the Hot Metal irons, yet still feature a cavity back.
With lofts getting stronger, having these wedge options in the higher lofts for a game improvement set is a great move.
Come Swing the New Mizuno JPX 919 Series Irons
Come test swing the new Mizuno JPX 919 Irons on our outdoor driving ranges or in our indoor hitting bays today.
We’ll help match you to the right model for your game and provide you with an expert custom club fitting.
Stop by today and take your iron play to the next level!