The new Mizuno JPX Fli Hi (2021 version) hybrid is the third generation JPX iron hybrid and the new version is another winner, whats not to like about this versatile brilliant bridging club. The new Fli Hi hybrid comes with such game improvement and a clever design it will suit most of you out there wanting a hybrid that is much easier to hit than your long irons yet is controlled, and hits it the same distance as your long irons should go. Billed as The Precision Hybrid, itﾒs packed full of common sense, especially for those who view hybrids a continuation of their irons but dont wan a huge jump in power – creating inconsistent gaps this is progressive, controlled distance – a hybrid that can hit a consistent yardage number.
The most visible change is the elimination of Mizunoﾒs swooping drop-down crown. Leveraging a traditional crown design allowed Mizuno to use a much thinner 17-4 steel face. Thatﾒs part of your speed story. Compared to JPX irons, the deeper center of gravity and extreme back weighting of the FLi-Hi should make it easier to launch while producing more spin and a steeper, softer-landing descent angle. To level the numbers, the hybrids donﾒt follow the same length and loft progression as the irons (theyﾒre longer and weaker). That might sound odd but the Fli-Hi hybrid is engineered to go the same distance as the irons. They are designed to fit with the same number iron as it replaces. The difference is in consistency and flight in how they replace them. You can even have them the same lie angle as your irons. Even better fit. The Fli hi hybrids are available in four RH models (#4 – 20ﾰ, #5 – 22.5ﾰ, #6 – 25ﾰ, #7 – 29ﾰ) with the custom options paving the way to match up with your JPX set possibilities, including upright +/- 2 degrees with options so thereﾒs scope for every golfer to create their ideal combo set lineﾖup.