The Quickest Way To Improve Your Game
With the JPX 900 Hot Metal Iron, we set out to Engineer the Longest, Hottest - broad appeal iron we've ever made. By utilizing new materials and new methods of construction, we were able to produce an iron with an unmatched level of ball speed.
15% stronger material than 17-4 pH Stainless steel provides the added strength for our hottest face ever
Ultra-thin face combined with our re-engineered CORTECH multi-thickness design provides superior initial ball speed for maximum distance
More mass is pushed to the extreme perimeter of the club head for industry leading MOI
POWER FRAME geometry is a result of our Harmonic Impact Technology.The rigid POWER FRAME provided an extremely solid impact sound while allowing maximum face rebound.
UNITIZED CUP FACE GEOMETRY:
Through complex development techniques we were able to achieve Unitized Cup Face Geometry, delivering a massive COR AREA.
Unitized Cup Face Geometry also provides more discretionary weight than welded cup face designs, thus allowing for a deeper CG and greater forgiveness
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Richard (13 handicap)
The Graphite option is the Project X LZ 4.5 Regular Flex and it is 70 grams with a 3.5 torque. The swing weight with those shafts would be D0 4-9 Iron, and the PW would fall around D1. We do not have a handicap range for these irons but typically they are most attractive to the 10-20 handicap range.
Project X LZ=Regular Flex- 70 grams
Senior Flex- 60 grams
Ladies Flex- 50 grams
The Graphite option is the Project X LZ 4.5 Regular Flex and it is 70 grams with a 3.5 torque. The swing weight with those shafts would be D0 4-9 Iron, and the PW would fall around D1. Overall, the top line and sole of the JPX Hot Metal iron is slightly larger due to the added perimeter weighting throughout the iron to produce more forgiveness on off center hits as compared to the JPX 900 Forged. As far as the lofts in these irons is concerned, both have the same consistent degree of lofts from the 4 iron-Gap Wedge but you will see a higher initial launch with the Hot Metals compared to the Forged, depending on shaft of course. Due to the fact that the Hot Metals were designed to be more forgiving than both the Forged and Tour versions of the 900 series, there is added offset to complement golfers who prefer this. Either one of these irons would be a great fit for you and the handicap you fall under. You would be able to custom order these irons with any shaft or grip of your choice in our line up through any authorized retailer at no additional upcharge.