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Built on the foundation of the highly regarded JPX 850 Forged, which was our first integration of Boron, the JPX 900 Forged makes 'across the board' enhancements that improve the look, feel and distance, with new levels of ball speeds from a forged iron. Delivering on ball speed and forgiveness, with a more compact playable design, the 900 forged provides the ultimate balanced attack.
Benefits from Boron:
1025 Boron is roughly 30% stronger than 1025E, allowing thinner, hotter, more extreme geometry.
Increased strength of Boron material frees up discretionary weight to be more optimally used.
Grain Flow Forging process delivers soft, solid, consistent feel.
NEW CORTECH Design:
Multi-Thickness Face Allows for higher ball speed retention on off center hits
Oriented to optimizer rebound and ball speeds on center impacts
Large rebound area combined with COR Tech helps deliver a new level of COR for a forged iron
Reshaped Pocket Cavity:
Thinnest area of sole extended in both the Toe and Heel directions for more ball speed across the face
21.5 grams removed to be redistributed to the Power Frame for forgiveness and stability
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When the clubs were designed ,I am sure there was a handicap spectrum that was in the minds of the designers at Mizuno, Yet when asked now, you refer them to a fitting?? Are you kidding ? Most guys who are asking this probably already have /know their handicap and what type clubs fit into their "wheelhouse" Just giving the guys a generalized idea of what range was in mind when developing the 900 models of clubs is not "swearing you in under oath" to just giving the general HC range on them. You would prefer to make them make take time to schedule , then make a trip to a fitting to go through an entire process = possibly again , only to find out the range intended with 900 is not in their lineup?? When all you had to do is give a generalized HC range on here so they can decide for themselves if yes,or no a fitting is or is not a good idea for them to follow up with on 900's and maybe save someone some time and effort ? People work, People have busy lives== NOT a great way to support a loyal following--or bring in the new. Given the massive offerings out there today ,MANY people will read this answer you gave , and then the sound after that you hear will be the mouse click on their computer--as they move on to the NEXT clubs out there to look at.==Where they can get some solid answers on what is a VERY simple question they asked . #mind boggling answers #a little help to save time
It also allows us to thin the face of our forged irons so drastically improve the rebound effect of the club face. Second, most of the mass in you Ping i3's is distributed toward the center of the club where as our mass is pushed to the extreme corners of the club to deliver unmatched stability through impact. Third, the new design of the 900 Forged has a much more compact head size and thinner top line and sole which is more attractive to better players around your handicap range.