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Mizuno jpx 825 pro's vs. 800's

Discussion in 'Golf Equipment Talk' started by bjrmath, Oct 29, 2012.

  1. bjrmath

    bjrmath Member

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    Down between these two models. Need feedback on justifying spending more on the 825's vs 800's. I realize there has been a few adjustments in forgiveness. However, I'm a very consistent ball striker with my irons. Would the newer model be worth it? I need some weight it my conversation with my wife why I'm in need of the newer model.
     
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    The 800 Pros would not be difficult to hit for a consistent ball striker. The longer irons are a little tougher for the average player, but I have hit them well down to 5 iron. That feel is just awesome. I didn't hit the 4 as good as standard JPX-800 4, so I chose to stay with the cast 800 4 iron. I own the cast JPX-800 with graphite shafts, and a great condition set of JPX-800 Pros with the 300 shafts. I have about decided for my game to stick with the JPX-800 and would am considering selling my set of 800 Pros. If I don't sell them, I will probably continue to hit a combo set of JPX800/Pros Pros on low end, and 800s on longer irons. I have hit Pings most of my golfing life. (Eye 2, and ISI) But IMO, both the 800 sets by far are my favorites over those earlier clubs I hit. Great golf clubs.
     

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