The CLK Hybrid is designed to help you hit shots of every shape with ease ... straight ... draws ... fades ... no problem with the CLK.
The secret to this hybrid's versatility is the adjustable hosel.
With eight available settings, you can dial in the lie angle, face, and loft that fits your swing and the way you want to use the club.
The CLK's trajectory is low enough to generate serious distance. And the consistent spin is a real boost. Whether you hit it flush or a few grooves thin, the CLK's consistent spin will give you similar trajectory and distance, shot after shot.
Available lofts include:
From scratch golfers to high handicappers, the Mizuno CLK Hybrid will help you hit it true time after time.
Mizuno's JPX 900 Hybrid is targeted at average and high handicap golfers.
With a middle-of-the-road appearance and easy feel, most golfers will find the shape, size and face-depth comfortable.
While there are no weight adjustments, the JPX 900 features a hosel adjustment.
The hosel adjustment changes the loft and allows you to close or open the face angle.
With a strong draw bias, better golfers will appreciate the ability to open the face a couple of degrees while slicers will love the extra help staying out of the trees on the right.
All in all, with the JPX 900's length, forgiveness and precision, this hybrid has everything you need in a long-iron replacement. And the JPX 900 looks great, too!
Mizuno reports that the JPX EZ Hybrid is designed to play more like a fairway wood than some other hybrids.
The JPX EZ sports the Shockwave Sole and Rebound Crown, which creates a thinner top and bottom on the head. This creates flex at impact to turbo-charge ball speed off the face.
The Ladies JPX EZ Hybrid is really easy to hit with high trajectory and straight ball flight.
JPX EZ hybrids come in four lofts: