The Next Generation: Mizuno ST-X 220 Driver
Mizuno has a new ST-X 220 driver makes a real name for itself in the driver category. Its draw bias and heel-focused weight position combined with optimal spin and launch and outstanding consistency will make a monster contribution to your bag.
Players looking for higher right-to-left ball flight will be drawn to the ST-X. The ST-X works best with moderate swing speeds because it has more spin than its ST-Z sibling, but it will need some oomph to produce longer ball flight. For longer and more effective drives, a new 20-gram heel-biased back weight creates a deeper center of gravity. Additionally offered is a J-spec variant with an even lighter 39 gram shaft.
Enhanced Performance and Greater Frequency.
A 40% increase in the carbon sole’s surface area and a decrease in the titanium’s thickness give the ST-X remarkable stability from off-center hits, enabling you to perform at your best “more often.” Furthermore, the weight of the stabilizing heel and back has virtually doubled.
ST-X 220 Driver Features
- Rounded Profile
A rounded 460cc volume for higher launch and mid-spin performance.
- Engineered for a ‘solid’ feel
Mizuno’s Harmonic Impact Research identifies and isolates vibration patterns that elite players associate with a preferred ‘solid’ feel. Knowledge of exact, preferred vibrations allows Mizuno to build sound into the design.
- Optimized Wave Sole
Delivers an additional contribution to ball speeds, particularly from low on the club face.
- Quick Switch Adjustability
Allowing for a 4-degree loft adjustment to precisely control launch and trajectory.
The ST-X 220 driver from Mizuno has a high-strength face that is more flexible and has a fine-grain structure to withstand a powerful, long distance swing. All along the club face, the multi-thickness CORTEC face increases ball speed to just within the legal limit. Because the face is constructed of titanium, it is both stronger and more flexible, allowing for a thinner overall face and greater spring-back for powerful impact.
The extreme rear and center of the head each have a new stainless steel weight placed beneath the sole surface to significantly increase forgiveness without reducing spin performance.
For a slight draw bias, the center of gravity is positioned farther back in the head along the X-axis. For better launch and mid-spin, its 460cc head volume is move a little bit lower to the ground, lining up square to just a little bit closed for a profile that improves play.
Glossy black paint gives the Mizuno ST-X 220 driver a classic appearance. It has a straightforward, effective design that instills confidence rather than being ostentatious.
Conclusion for Mizuno ST-X 220 Driver:
The ST-X 220 driver is Mizuno’s game-improving model. For a higher launch and some draw bias, it has a head shape that is push lower to the ground. This driver sets up square to slightly closed at the address, which is often prefer by golfers with higher handicaps. Get yours today from JD’s Clubs!