Mizuno's GT180 driver features the Fast Track system to maximize adjustability.
The Fast Track system uses weights that can be removed and inserted in several different channels and positions. Fast Track uses a long central track and two fade and draw tracks in the heel and toe.
The Quick Switch adjustable hosel raises or lowers the 9.5° head up or down 1° or 2°. The hosel can also adjust the lie to 8.5°, 9.5° and 10.5° for maximum adjustability.
Testers report the GT 180 might be a good choice for players who need to add or vary spin and don't need a lot of forgiveness.
Mizuno's ST180 Driver focuses more weight lower down than flat sole drivers.
The Amplified Wave Sole contracts and expands at impact to boost ball speed.
The 460cc titanium head incorporates an interior 'Waffle Crown' to save weight. A Forged SP700 Ti titanium face is manufactured with variable thickness for more speed.
A large sole weight enables the club to have a very low CG to launch the ball higher for low spin and maximum distance.
Testers report the ST180 is a lower spinning driver than most. Golfers with high speed or high spin will benefit the most.
Mizuno's JPX EZ driver puts an emphasis on accuracy and forgiveness without giving up too much distance.
You adjust the position of the weight via a screw. The adjustments are intuitive and give you instant feedback to help improve dispersion and trajectory.
The large head size will boost confidence - like you're ready to crush the ball off the tee!
The Mizuno JPX EZ Women's driver features a light, large-footprint head designed to give you effortless, high launch and low spin.
The color scheme turned heads at the 2015 BMW Championship and is sure to add some flash to your bag.
The Mizuno JPX EZ adjusts from 8.5 to 12.5 degrees and comes with one 10-gram weight to help make draw, neutral or fade shots.