Mizuno designed the JPX EZ irons primarily for better players but built in enough distance assistance and forgiveness to make them a consideration for a broader range of golfers as well.
Mizuno engineered the iron as a cavity back to keep the center of gravity the same depth from front to back. This lowers the sweet spot 8mm, improving launch angle.
The JPX EZ iron set is a good choice for higher handicappers looking for more distance and forgiveness.
Mizuno engineered the JPX EZ Forged Irons with Boron Steel to enhance feel and speed.
The boron-steel combination strengthens the head so Mizuno can make it larger with a thinner face. A thinner face boosts ball speed and the bigger head produces higher MOI.
Golfers with 3- to 4 handicaps up to handicaps in the teens should give the JPX EZ Forged a serious look.
Ladies should love the Mizuno JPX EZ iron for its huge sweet spot, tight dispersion, and ease of launch.
Mizuno's Hot Metal Face yields maximum COR for long, consistent distance.
JPX EZ irons will help you hit it farther and straighter for lower scores.
Mizuno designed the MP5 irons to be one of the most forgiving irons in the blade class.
Mizuno baked in forgiveness with channel-back construction to give it the workability of a blade and the forgiveness of a compact, forged cavity back iron.
Mizuno recommends MP5 irons for golfers with a handicap of 5 or better.
Mizuno's MP25 irons are a little larger than the MP5's and would be a great choice for better player's needing great workability and a little more forgiveness.
The MP-25’s are easier to launch than the MP5's, making them a great match for a combo set or for players wanting a little more forgiveness across the entire set.
Mizuno recommends MP25 irons for golfers with a handicap of 10 or better.