What’s New in 2017 from Mizuno

JPX 900 Driver
This is the first club to feature the company’s “Infinite Fast Track,” two adjustable weights that slide in an open-ended sole slot, as well as weight ports in the heel and toe, all to help dial in spin and launch. The lightweight face has an expanded sweetspot for more speed and forgiveness on off-center hits, the Visual Face Angle adjustor allows the golfer to set how the face looks at address, and the adjustable hosel can vary loft up to two degrees up or down. $500
JPX 900 Forged Irons
Designed for a wide range of handicaps, these forged irons are long as well as forgiving thanks to the use of boron-infused steel and a multi-thickness face. The cavity has been shaped to expand the club’s sweetspot and produce faster ball speeds. Tour and “Hot Metal” versions are also available for different skill levels. $1,300 (steel)
MP T7 Wedges
Available in every loft from 45 to 62 degrees (and some with a choice of bounce), these boron-steel forged wedges have narrower and deeper grooves in the lower lofts, wider and shallower grooves in the higher lofts, to produce the right spin for the shot. Head shape and sole grind also vary by loft. $150
JPX 900 Fairway Woods
Borrowing Fast Track Technology from its companion driver, these fairway woods—available in three lofts each for men and women—have a low center of gravity to get the ball up and a ridged sole to increase ball speed off the face. $300