Mizuno ST200X Golf Fairway Wood
The Mizuno ST200X Golf Fairway wood offers a high launch with draw bias - best for mid and lower swing speeds.
The ST200 series is a new breed of Mizuno metalwoods, ready for the world stage in 2020. With the choice of 3 fairway woods – each with a Beta rich Titanium face, giving 3 different ball flights for optimised performance. Created through a landmark collaboration between Mizuno's Japanese and US Research & Development teams and played by Mizuno's Tour players across the world.
A larger footprint fairway wood with an extremely lightweight design to encourage a higher flight and draw bias – designed to work best with Mizuno's own Japan specification MFUSION 42g shaft. The ST200X head has its unique shape, with larger clubface and wider body with more heel mass - all working together to encourage a distance-enhancing, high draw ball flight.
The generous 3 wood boasts a full Ti driver type construction with a high ball speed Beta Rich Ti face. Whilst the 5 and 7 wood both use a steel chassis with multi-thickness Maraging face.
Fitted with 2 premium shaft options to choose from as standard, select from the Diamana M+ Red 50 offering a mid-high ball flight or the Diamana S+ Blue 60 offering a mid-low ball flight, there are also numerous custom shafts to select from at no additional cost. Comes fitted with a Mizuno M31 360 grip.
- Full Titanium 3 wood – Multi thickness, Forged SAT Beta 20141 Ti is incredibly responsive across the clubface and maintains performance for longer (compared to traditional 6-4 Ti).
- MAS1C Maraging Face 5 and 7 wood: Allows a multi-thickness design, greater energy transfer and faster ball speeds from across the clubface.
- For mid to low swing speeds: Designed to work in tandem with Mizuno's own MFUSION 42gram graphite shaft – to increase clubhead speed and launch angle.
- Wet weather score lines – Full scorelines to maintain adequate spin and ball flight in moist or wet conditions.
- Improved Stability without adding spin – Weight saved from a compacted Wave Sole and variable-thickness graphite crown has been relocated low and deep.