Mizuno JPX 921 Vs. Taylormade P770 Irons Comparison Overview
Taylormade and Mizuno have released some of the most desirable irons of our time. Both manufacturers continue to innovate and lead the pack in terms of their research and development.
Every year, it seems like they are coming out with some new, brilliant technology.
This commitment to innovation is evident in the Mizuno JPX 921 forged irons and the Taylormade P770 irons.
The two sets have some important parallels and some important differences so to help you sort through them all, we’ve put together the following comparison overview.
Mizuno JPX 921 Irons Overview
With the Mizuno JPX 921 Forged irons, you’re really paying for the advanced material that they are made from.
One thing that you will notice after hitting a few shots with any of the Mizuno JPX 921 forged irons is the strength and resilience of the face.
That comes from the grain flow forging process using chromoly that Mizuno has become known for.
Chromoly is incredibly strong and with the Mizuno JPX 921 forged irons, you get extreme consistency across the entire face because these are one-piece forged irons.
It’s really hard to beat the feel of these irons.
However, they sport compact heads and a muscle back design so high handicappers beware: these irons may be difficult for you to get used to.
Taylormade P770 Irons Overview
The Taylormade P770’s also have a forged construction but somehow feel more wieldy in the hands.
That’s probably has a lot to do with the hollow body design of the heads. Since these are hollow body irons, Taylormade was able to insert their urethane foam into the heads which adds to the soft feel at impact.
Like the Mizuno JPX 921 irons, the P770’s are muscle back irons. We actually like the more streamlined muscle back design of these irons compared to the Mizuno JPX 921 forged irons.
However, the P770’s are about as forgiving as the Mizuno JPX 921’s; which is not very much.
Still, we feel that the Taylormade P770 irons will look pretty good at point of address to mid and low handicap players.
Another big difference was the slightly larger sole of the Mizuno JPX 921’s compared to the P770’s.
The Mizuno JPX 921’s had the better feel with fewer moving parts and provide more consistency. The P770’s are lighter and have a sleeker design overall.