New Mizuno golf club releases in early 2020

Mizuno ST200 Drivers

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The ST200 family from Mizuno is ready for the world stage in 2020. A trio of drivers – each with a Beta Titanium face which optimises performance for three different ball flights. Created through a collaboration between Mizuno's Japanese and US R and D teams and played by Mizuno's Tour players across the world.

ST200 DRIVER: Combining the unlikely companions of low spin and abundant forgiveness – the ST200 is a high stability driver for players wanting straight line distance and predictability.

"The ST200 has some clever engineering tweaks that allow it to be both forgiving and low spinning at the same time – the holy grail of tour drivers. It's incredibly predictable for a driver this long." - Chris Voshall

ST200G DRIVER: Even faster from the clubface and more reliable from miss-hits – with spin rates adjustable anywhere from mid to ultra-low.

"Combining our US and Japan Tour metalwood development is a natural evolution for Mizuno in 2020. We can now combine Japan's exotic materials and craftsman's eye for playing profiles, with our expertise of working with modern tour players like Keith Mitchell. 2020 is set to be a huge year for Mizuno in metalwoods." - Chris Voshall

ST200X DRIVER: Extreme lightweight design to encourage a higher flight and draw bias – designed to work best with Mizuno's own Japan specification MFUSION 39g shaft.

"The ST200X is a totally new metalwood option for the west – overall more of a traditional Japanese specification. It's just as forgiving as the standard ST200 – but will suit players who lose distance through a consistent fade or a launch too low for their ball speed. To get the very most out of the head design, we'd recommend that the ST200X is matched with the Japan spec FUSION 39-gram graphite shaft." - Chris Voshall

Mizuno ST200 Fairway Woods

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ST200 FAIRWAY WOODS: The ST200 fairway woods combine the unlikely companions of low spin and massive forgiveness – for minimal distance loss from off-centre strikes.

"By utilising stronger maraging steel, we have achieved our thinnest ever multi-thickness CORTECH face, which now approaches COR values that are normally reserved for drivers." - David Llewellyn / Director of R&D

ST200X FAIRWAY WOODS: A larger footprint fairway wood with an extremely lightweight design to encourage a higher flight and draw bias – designed to work best with Mizuno's own Japan specification MFUSION 42g shaft.

"It's really interesting to max out a larger 3 wood with a full Titanium chassis and Beta Ti Forged Face. Alongside the Japanese spec MFUSION shaft, this is a great high launch, draw-biased option for players with more moderate swing speeds." - David Llewellyn / Director of R&D

Mizuno M Craft Putters

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Forged from premium 1025 mild carbon steel, then CNC milled to create the most precise shape and alignment. With three initial classic shapes in three striking finishes and additional weight kit to adjust to a variety of putting conditions.

MIZUNO M.CRAFT I: Square back with mid slant neck. With max toe-hang, suited to an exaggerated putting arc.

MIZUNO M.CRAFT II: Classic heel-toe with plumber’s neck. With Mid toe-hang matching a moderate putting arc.

MIZUNO M.CRAFT III: Face Balanced mid-mallet. Stability for golfers with less putting arc.

Mizuno CLK 20 Hybrid

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CLK 20 HYBRID: Ideal for transitioning from your longest iron to most lofted fairway wood – with a selection of 5 lofts, each adjustable by 4 degrees.

"Utilising stronger maraging steel, we are able to have a thinner face, more aggressive and flexible WAVE sole, providing faster and more consistent ball speed across the face." David Llewellyn, Director of R&D

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