Forged golf club sets have traditionally been the hallmark of the better player. Being one-piece clubs, they offer a superior feel. While these clubs offer great forgiveness, they have a few other features that make them more of an intermediate club set.

The head on the Mizuno JPX 921 is slightly smaller and compact, with a reduced offset. This leads to a slightly more closed clubface, great for adding distance and lower trajectories. However, you’ll still find a decent measure of forgiveness. The perimeter stability frame’ is designed to negate the effects of off-center strikes.

You’ll still get rocket fast ball speeds from this iron. The clubface has been made thinner, allowing it to flex slightly on impact. An increase in distance, with a greater ability to shape shots? Sounds like a prime choice for an intermediate golf club.