Som förlängning av JPX921-serien lanserar Mizuno även det man kallar för precisionshybrider, JPX Fli-Hi.

Här finns en serie hybrider med olika loft och skaftlängder som ersätter dina långa järn och mellanjärn, dock av någon anledning endast för högerspelare.

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Mizuno, the Japanese golf equipment manufacturer founded in Osaka in 1906 that has been at the forefront of golf equipment design for 114 years, is proud to introduce its new JPX Fli-Hi, engineered to replace less predictable long and mid-irons.

The latest JPX Fli-Hi range of hybrids, use an adapted flow of loft and shaft length in combination with an updated construction to hit more precise, consistent gaps from #4-#7iron. 

The new Fli-Hi’s wider footprint and material construction deliver an even more playable, high flying alternative to their predecessors.  A 17-4 stainless steel face and 431 body deliver an upgrade in ball speed, while the bendable hosel allows for adjustments in lie angle.

A graduating profile from fairway wood type to hybrid type is a subtle adaptation on previous models. The 20 degree (#4) has a wider fairway type profile, moving towards a tighter hybrid type shaped 29 degree (#7) with a deeper face.

An entirely new construction featuring 17-4 stainless steel face and 431 body has created a lighter crown which allows for a higher ball flight, while a re-engineered Wave Soleplate increases the effective high ball-speed area of the Fli-Hi’s clubface to deliver more consistent ball speeds.

With a deeper centre of gravity than the replaced iron, the JPX Fli-Hi produces more predictable launch and spin rates, thereby more reliable distance gaps between clubs.

The new Fli-Hi #7 is built to the exact loft and length spec as the JPX921 Hot Metal 7 iron.  At the longer end, the Fli-Hi #4 uses a little more loft and a slightly longer shaft than the JPX921 Hot Metal #4 iron. Testing showed this set-up proved easier to hit the right distance consistently.

"Unlike most hybrids, the JPX Fli-Hi isn’t chasing distance at all costs – the design is completely dedicated to hitting the same gaps as a corresponding iron,” says David Llewellyn Director of R&D for Mizuno. “Yet the CG placement makes them a lot more reliable than a traditional iron.”

Golfers unsure as to how many long irons to replace should visit their local Mizuno Swing DNA centre where qualified fitters will be able to analyse their Shaft Optimizer readings and make their recommendations accordingly. JPX-Fli Hi hybrids can be ordered individually or as part of a custom set.

4-7 ‘iron’ replacement RH only

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