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Mizuno ST-X 220 Fairway

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Reference: 500002244
$299.99

Hand
Right-Handed
Club Number/Loft
16°
18.5°
21.5°
Flex
Regular
Senior
Stiff
Shaft Material
Graphite
Shaft Model
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Product Description

Mizuno ST-X 220 Fairway

DRAW BIAS - HIGH LAUNCH

A confidence inspiring sequence of fairway woods – engineered to produce a higher, draw biased flight. The ST-X fairway woods are suited for moderate swing speeds who need elevated launch to reach their optimal distance and controlled landing angles. The generously sized 3 wood boasts a full Ti construction with high ball speed SAT2041 Beta face – shared with Mizuno’s drivers.

Features:

  • High Draw Flight Bias - Mizuno’s X-Axis design – ultra light waffle crown, with deep internal weighting, encourages a high draw biased flight.
  • Fully Titanium 3 Wood For Driver Type Ball Speeds - SAT2041 Beta Ti with multi thickness CORTECH face shared with Mizuno’s drivers. Combined with Ti811 body achieve the most stable, highest ever ball speeds from a Mizuno fairway wood.
  • Maraging Steel Face 5 and 7 Wood - Significantly more compact (than the 3 wood), for use from the fairways, construction reverts to a high ball speed Maraging MAS1C steel face.
  • Optimized Wave Sole - Fairway specific design helps create higher ball speeds from low on the face – suited to strikes directly from the turf.
  • Engineered For ‘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.

“There are a lot of forgiving looking fairways woods that don’t launch high enough for the average amateur. Size and footprint is only one part of the equation – most of us need a little more spin and elevation to carry the ball to our full capability. The ST-X is designed to solve that issue.”

CHRIS VOSHALL / DIRECTOR OF PRODUCT

RH only: 3 Wood (16) 5 Wood (18.5) and 7 Wood (21.5) degrees.

  • Product Description

    Mizuno ST-X 220 Fairway

    DRAW BIAS - HIGH LAUNCH

    A confidence inspiring sequence of fairway woods – engineered to produce a higher, draw biased flight. The ST-X fairway woods are suited for moderate swing speeds who need elevated launch to reach their optimal distance and controlled landing angles. The generously sized 3 wood boasts a full Ti construction with high ball speed SAT2041 Beta face – shared with Mizuno’s drivers.

    Features:

    • High Draw Flight Bias - Mizuno’s X-Axis design – ultra light waffle crown, with deep internal weighting, encourages a high draw biased flight.
    • Fully Titanium 3 Wood For Driver Type Ball Speeds - SAT2041 Beta Ti with multi thickness CORTECH face shared with Mizuno’s drivers. Combined with Ti811 body achieve the most stable, highest ever ball speeds from a Mizuno fairway wood.
    • Maraging Steel Face 5 and 7 Wood - Significantly more compact (than the 3 wood), for use from the fairways, construction reverts to a high ball speed Maraging MAS1C steel face.
    • Optimized Wave Sole - Fairway specific design helps create higher ball speeds from low on the face – suited to strikes directly from the turf.
    • Engineered For ‘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.

    “There are a lot of forgiving looking fairways woods that don’t launch high enough for the average amateur. Size and footprint is only one part of the equation – most of us need a little more spin and elevation to carry the ball to our full capability. The ST-X is designed to solve that issue.”

    CHRIS VOSHALL / DIRECTOR OF PRODUCT

    RH only: 3 Wood (16) 5 Wood (18.5) and 7 Wood (21.5) degrees.