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JPX-919 TOUR 3-PW STEEL w/ Modus 105

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A more compact, streamlined evolution of Mizunos' standout tour iron of 2017/18, re-establishing Mizuno as the iron of choice on Tour. The JPX919 Tour is surprisingly stable for its size, demonstrated in its tight distance patterns from off centre strikes - the critical benchmark for elite level shotmakers. Grain Flow Forged HD (High Density) from a single billet of 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel in Hiroshima Japan - for the softest, purest Mizuno feel yet.

Elite shotmakers profile:
Compact and lean over the ball, the JPX919 Tour is designed to satisfy the needs of the game's elite shotmakers.

Stability frame:
Open at the heel portion to enhance stability and launch, whilst producing a tour-preferred vibration/sound.

Tour grind top edge:
Narrowed to match grinds commonly requested on tour. Reduced to 4.6mm on 7 iron (10% measured shrinkage in CAD data).

Pearl Brush:
Chrome plating with a new more durable pearl finish to soften the 919s precise lines in high sunlight.

Grain Flow Forged HD (High density):
From a single billet of 1025E mild carbon steel in Hiroshima Japan for unmistakable Mizuno feel through impact.

"The 919 Tour's compact profile doesn't tell the whole story - there's a surprising level of stability and distance control built into this geometry. Its predecessor attracted a new wave of younger tour players into Mizuno irons - making a big impact winning back to back US Opens and recording a course record 61 at St Andrews."

Jeff Cook, PGA Tour Manager