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Mizuno JPX-EZ Golf Irons Set w/ Steel Shaft (Previous Season)

Oski1981 1,438 4,776 August 19, 2016 at 02:55 PM in Sporting Goods (4) More Budget Golf Deals
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Promoted 08-22-2016 by brisar at 10:45 AM View Original Post
Budget Golf has Mizuno JPX-EZ Golf Irons Set w/ Steel Shaft (Previous Season) on sale for $299.96. Shipping is free. Thanks Oski1981

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Written by brisar

Our research indicates that Mizuno JPX-EZ Golf Irons Set w/ Steel Shaft are $200 lower (40% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $500. - brisar

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Edited August 19, 2016 at 10:25 PM by kh0rneflakes
Budget Golf has the Mizuno JPX-EZ Irons Steel (Previous Season) [budgetgolf.com] for $299.96 Plus Free Shipping.

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  • 4-GW Iron Set (8 Clubs)
  • Stiff and Regular Flex Options
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It's the Indian, not the arrow.
RMcQ84 8

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#3
The EZ Forged are $399 also which is what I currently play with and has to be my favorite set I've owned. I can't imagine another set making me switch.
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#4
check budget golf on ebay.
Forged going around $300 in auction.
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Quote from pally22 View Post :
check budget golf on ebay.
Forged going around $300 in auction.
Wow, great deal!
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#6
golf companies will hit a dent for sure, now that nike is selling their clubs dirt cheap since they are exiting the business.

for those new to golf, clubs brands are by feel but i been playing my entire life. here are top brands in my opinion, Top to bottom

1. titleist (prov1x is best golf ball but it's expensive)
2.mizuno
3.ping (great clubs but design is so ugly)
4.taylormade
5.callaway


I didn't mention clubs companies that are worth 10k per set.
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Quote from davidjon34 View Post :
golf companies will hit a dent for sure, now that nike is selling their clubs dirt cheap since they are exiting the business.

for those new to golf, clubs brands are by feel but i been playing my entire life. here are top brands in my opinion, Top to bottom

1. titleist (prov1x is best golf ball but it's expensive)
2.mizuno
3.ping (great clubs but design is so ugly)
4.taylormade
5.callaway


I didn't mention clubs companies that are worth 10k per set.
It's the Indian, not the arrow.
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Quote from RMcQ84 View Post :
It's the Indian, not the arrow.
The Indian is by far the more important part, a top pro could use any set and still shoot well under par on an average course. However, high MOI clubs like this are much more forgiving to mishits than the average club was even 10-15 years ago. If you're using modern high MOI equipmentm then you aren't going to see any significant equipment.
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Quote from RMcQ84 View Post :
It's the Indian, not the arrow.
THIS.

I'd usually do my spiel about cavity backed irons, but these fit that description.

For those just starting out, buy some used clubs at a garage sale and lessons before you start dumping hundreds of dollars.
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Quote from davidjon34 View Post :
golf companies will hit a dent for sure, now that nike is selling their clubs dirt cheap since they are exiting the business.

for those new to golf, clubs brands are by feel but i been playing my entire life. here are top brands in my opinion, Top to bottom

1. titleist (prov1x is best golf ball but it's expensive)
2.mizuno
3.ping (great clubs but design is so ugly)
4.taylormade
5.callaway


I didn't mention clubs companies that are worth 10k per set.
For those new to golf, I'd find a cheap set before investing in any of those. Especially when talking Titleist or Ping prices.

If I played more, that Mizuno forged set would be tempting. Should have bought that house in the golf course community to get some cheap rounds in after 6pm.
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Last edited by VicVinegar August 20, 2016 at 07:04 AM.
#11
Actually, for those new to golf or just anyone with a tighter budget... Your best bet is a "clone" company. I play Gigagolf clubs, the price is right and you can get a custom fit. My driver is a Taylormade but only because it was a gift. Having a set that fits (lie, length, flex, etc) is more important than the brand name.

The problem with a used set of random clubs is they may be too long or short, or the flex might be off, they are likely to fit a person terribly... Especially if you're taller or shorter than average height.
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#12
How about for someone who has been playing for about 2 years regularly looking to upgrade from a strata set. Shooting around 100...perhaps a little more forgive would help me into the 90s
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Quote from pally22 View Post :
check budget golf on ebay.
Forged going around $300 in auction.
Not anymore lol
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Quote from DoItAllMike View Post :
Not anymore lol
Someone got it for $255 this morning for forged!! OMG
Makes you wonder how much clubs cost to make.
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#15
Forged vs cast? Looks like both have cavity. Forged wort the extra $100?
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