Mizuno Japan has already sold out of a very limited and exclusive run of Custom Grind Black Mizuno Wedges.
The wedges are officially named “Jypers 2 letter press” featured in two grind variations. People are calling them 2 letter press silver stamp and gold stamp wedges. They are forged of S25C in Japan at Mizuno’s Chuo factory.The silver stamp model features a triple flat sole and is based off of a prototype Model T series while the gold model features a special quad flat sole and is based off of a prototype R series wedge.
Both models are finished using a flat black dye and share the new running bird emblem. The only other text besides that is on the neck where it says MIZUNO with no paintfill. They also use dots to signify loft.
Sold as a 2 wedge set in a fancy box lined with velvet both the silver and gold stamps are only available in 52 & 58* lofts with Dynamic Gold Wedge Flex Shafts and Tour Velvet Rubber Round 60’s.
Sorry these are Already Sold Out…:(
The only source to find these beauties was on TourSpecGolf.com, Its unfortunate but they have already sold before they could even be listed in their ProShop. Many times TSG’s most rare and desired products never make it to the photoshoot going directly from Japan to the VIP’s doorstep.
Follow the Jump to see images of the Silver Stamp and information on both models. Continue Reading
The Japanese golfer just as much as any other enthusiast loves to emulate their favorite pro and play what he or she plays. Ryuji Imada is a mainstay overseas on the PGA tour but that doesn’t stop the Japanese media from watching his every move. What he eats, drinks, wears and of course what he putts with. Titleist and Scotty Cameron have taken advantage of the Japanese market “limited edition” craze and released this month a new Scotty Cameron Inspired by Ryuji Imada Putter.
Limited to 500 pieces this putter is pretty much sold out or called for already within a week of its release. A prototype Del Mar which Ryuji requested a center shaft for, the Inspired By features his initals in the cavity along with Titleist and 2 weights on the heel and toe side of the face. INSPIRED BY RYUJI IMADA and Scotty Cameron DESIGN on the sole. The grip is a Black Baby-T and the head cover is an Inspired by Ryuji Imada Special.
We may try and get our hands on a few of these through our Titleist Japan connections because we are suckers for limited editions just like anyone else. (^_^)
Known for top quality Japanese golf equipment Fourteen Golf once again appeared strong with many new releases at the big show this year. In 2008 Fourteen Golf Inc. was acquired by Daiwa Seiko which is the parent company of the popular equipment brand ONOFF Golf. In 2009 Fourteen Golf brings a variety of exciting new products to both the US and Japanese Golf markets.