Summary: This is a superb driver.I would rate it higher than the one I purchased, the Titleist 909D2, and I liked that one plenty.I just liked the Mizuno better, but my buddy purchased that one, and he paid a little more than I did, but still got a tremendous bargain on a like-new used driver from Golf Galaxy.Shaft feels like a true stiff shaft. Good ball flight, as launch is easy but ball just keeps going. Exceptionally forgiving.
Pros: I actually like this Mizuno driver better than the one which I purchased for myself, the Titleist.The only reason I went with the Titleist is because the price was so low, as I already have a few good drivers.It was a total impulse buy for both of us, though my buddy actually could use a better driver than he had, and now he has an excellent one.Though I had described the head as slightly triangular in shape, it is so very slight that I would really characterize this ...
Unrated Driver That Is Simply Awesome! Sounds Good And For Me Drives LONG!
9 January 2013
Summary: Club is a great driver. I had the RBZ to start with and I personally think this driver is much better-for me at least. I play with the 9* and stiff flex. I drive avg about 280-300 yards all day long. It is perfectly fitted for me. Meaning the size and weight of the club. The head is a lot heavier then a RBZ head. Which for me is better. I have the JPX 800 HD irons, so I gave this a shot and worked out great.
Great club at the right price with the right results on the course.
4 January 2013
Summary: Love this JPX-800 driver. When you hit it as it should be hit it really goes. Feels good in your hands, is perfectly weighted and looks extra good. The 9 degree loft keeps the ball down as I am a naturally high loft player so while it still gives you the loft you need it doesn't send it into the stratosphere like my older Nike driver did.
Summary: I have played Mizuno irons for years and I feel they are the best irons made. My preference in drivers and fairways have always been either Taylormade or Adams. In an attempt to keep up with technology I decided to purchase a new driver. I tried the new Taylormades and Adams but I wasn't sold that they were what I wanted or needed. Being a Mizuno irons player I did a little research on Mizuno driver and I liked what I found.
Summary: I've owned the JPX800 irons for 2 years. I told my son, it feels like I'm cheating with these clubs, but I don't fell bad about that. I get an extra 15 accurate yards from them. I was hitting a Nike Sumo so I didn't have the latest technology. I saw this driver on eBay and bought it new. I saved a bunch over the over-hyped Taylormade RBZ and I'm glad i did. The variable face really does improve right or left hits, but hte big improvment was my distance.
I got excellent quality, at a great price in a timely manner.
6 April 2012
Summary: This is an excellent driver. I got a 1 yr. old model for half the new price. When I swing properly I get great distance. Mizuno irons are generally considered to be of the highest quality but this quest for quality also seems to have been implemented in their drivers - a fact not yet reflected in their sales.
Summary: The club arrived in NZ quicker than anticipated " good postal service" and was in better condition than expected, bought because of price and is an upgrade fron previous model. instant success with distance.