Mizuno Golf ST-X 220 Driver
Mizuno ST-X 220 DRIVER
DRAW BIAS - MID SPIN
A confidence-inspiring, draw-biased driver with heel focussed weight location. The ST-X will appeal to players seeking a higher, right to left ball flight.
With higher spin rates than its ST-Z counterpart, the ST-X, will suit moderate swing speeds, needing help producing a more extended ball flight. A new 20-gram heel biased back weight creates a deeper centre of gravity for more efficient, longer drives- more often.
Also available as a J-Spec option with ultra -lightweight HeLIUM NanoCore shaft for seniors and slower swing speeds.
“For a lot of golfers, the modern low spinning driver design preferred by tour players is a serious distance killer. The ST-X’s extra spin, slight draw bias and a higher flight will add driving distance for a surprising number of players.”
CHRIS VOSHALL, DIRECTOR OF PRODUCT
More Performance. More Often.
The ST-X delivers your optimum 'more often' through exceptional stability from off-centre strikes. An expansion of the carbon sole area by 40% and thinning out the Titanium portion. Alongside a near doubling of the stabilizing heel/back weight.
High Draw Flight bias:
Mizuno’s X-Axis design - weight is focussed deep in the heel, encouraging a higher draw bias flight.
Slightly Rounded Profile: A rounded 460cc volume for higher launch and mid spin performance.
Highly Resilient Forged SAT2041 Beta Ti face
Maintains its characteristics and resists micro-fractures longer than the commonly used 6-4 Ti. Elevated though a mutli-thickness CORTECH design for increased ball speeds.
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.
Optimized Wave Sole: Delivers an additional contribution to ball speeds, particularly from strikes low in the clubface.
Quick Switch Adjustability offers 4 degrees of loft adjustability to fine-tune launch and trajectory.