Mizuno ST200 Driver Review

Mizuno launch ST200 drivers for 2020 with forgiveness and stability the key

Mizuno ST200 Driver

Mizuno ST200 drivers are the latest release for 2020 with three eye-catching options to offer the flexibility that golfers crave.

The ST200 drivers have been launched following a first-ever collaboration between Mizuno’s Japanese and US Research & Development teams with the result being the creation of the ST200, ST200G and ST200X.

Mizuno have created three different ball flight options in the trio of designs to suit different swing speeds, with all three providing low spin, improved forgiveness and more stability.

What Mizuno say about the ST200 Driver:

“The ST200 series is a new breed of Mizuno metalwoods, ready for the world stage in 2020.

“With the choice of 3 drivers – each with a Beta rich Titanium face, optimizing performance from 3 different ball flights.

“(The ST200s are) created through a landmark collaboration between Mizuno’s Japanese and US R&D teams and played by Mizuno’s Tour players across the world.”

Mizuno ST200 Driver Design

Mizuno have focused on ball flight with the ST200 drivers with the key technology the Beta rich Titanium face.

The “B Titanium” face is multi thickness Forged SAT Beta 20141 Titanium and is 17% stronger than previous versions used in Mizuno drivers. As a result, the ST200s have a more responsive club face and produce longer distances.

Mizuno have managed to save weight in the clubhead by using a compacted Wave Sole as well a variable-thickness graphite crown.

The technology is present in all three versions of the driver – the Mizuno ST200 driver, the Mizuno ST200G driver and the Mizuno ST200X driver – with different flight levels across the range.

The ST200 is not adjustable but is “ultra stable” with a mid-to-low spin rate. The ST200G has two adjustable weights and is the choice for golfers with a high swing speed, while the ST200X has a heel bias weighting and is the choice for mid-to-low swing speed golfers.

Mizuno ST200 Drivers Verdict

The ST200 driver from Mizuno might just be one of the underrated drivers for 2020.

Mizuno have come up with three different options that offer exactly what golfers need across the board, with the ideal design regardless of ability or swing speed.

With low and deep CG, you will really feel low spin levels on tee shots and confidence-building stability from off-centre strikes making the ST200s value for money if you are in the market for a new driver.

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