The handicap number refers to how many strokes above or below par a player should be able to play. This means that the lower the number, the more advanced a player is considered to be, and vice versa.
Each area illustrates a range of handicap numbers.
Coloured areas indicate the handicap number range to which the model corresponds, so whether it is designed for beginner or advanced players.
Both these models would be best suited for beginner players.
Both these models would be best suited for advanced players.
ULTRA-STABLE WITH HIGH DRAW BIAS: The Mizuno ST-X driver is a draw-biased club with a carbon composite construction aided by a heel side sole weight.
CORTECH FACE STRUCTURE: A new face structure is further refined to maximise the energy return from Mizuno's Beta Ti face, especially from strikes low on the face.
SOLID FEEDBACK: Mizuno's engineers spent a year finessing the sound to a more muted, powerful tone - as preferred by the majority of Mizuno's tour players.
X-AXIS DESIGN FOR DRAW BIAS: A lightweight toe combines with heel located sole weights to produce a reliable draw bias.
OPTIMISED WAVE SOLE PLATE: Delivers an additional contribution to ball speed - especially low from the clubface.
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