Comparing the Mizuno JPX 900 Forged & the Callaway XR Steelhead Irons

by Maura Hutchinson



Mark Crossfield compares the Mizuno JPX 900 Forged & the Callaway XR Steelhead Irons, they are not a direct comparison but Mark wanted to delete deeper into who they might suit. He is asked if a club is suited better to a certain handicap. His main point is that both clubs are great and could be equally as suited to high or low handicaps.

A high handicapper might hit the ball consistently from the middle of the club and so could use the less forgiving club in the Mizuno JPX 900 Forged; equally a lower handicap golfer might struggle with ball striking and benefit from the forgiveness of the Callaway XR Steelhead. The best idea is to come to our flagship store in Stanmore and be fitted by our custom fitting expert Darren, this way you are guaranteed the best most suitable clubs for you.

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