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Klarna: £54.33 x3
Golfer: Mens Right Hand
Klarna: £61.66 x3
Klarna: £66.33 x3
Golfer: Ladies Right Hand
After not being happy with my Titleist D3 driver (multiple shafts: ALDILA Rogue Black in stiff, ALDILA Rogue Silver in stiff, Diamant Blue in x-stiff, but no good weight balance, hollow impact feel, and no idea "where the head is" in my swing) I have finally switched to the JPX 900 driver with the Speeder Evolution II 661 in x-stiff. How come? I was pretty much in love with my Mizuno JPX 900 3-Wood (same Speeder Evolution 661 in x-stiff; don't worry: many stiff shafts play more tout than this one in x-stiff), so I simply wanted to have that same feel, precision and control in my driver. The JPX 900 set to 8.5 degrees launches similar to the Titleist D3 head in 9,5 degrees. But the Mizuno definitely finds way more fairways and induces much more confidence and fun. Is it longer? Probably not (that is not my biggest problem...). So in the end it looks sporty and classy, inspires confidence and goes straighter. Anything more to want from a driver?
Driver as new
Lovely looking club at address
When the ball comes out of the middle it’s better than anything I’ve hit before !!
Very happy with my purchase. Fast delivery and good communication. I will buy more times.
After a few seasons with a MP-630 FT I've bought the JPX-900... and surprise... it's longer and there's less penalty when you miss the sweetspot!
Very happy with the club and with the service!
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