Every time golf club manufacturers release new product, it creates a buzz in the industry. Here are some upcoming launches: Mizuno – The popular JPX 919 line of irons has been discontinued, to be replaced by the JPX 921 line. The MP series focuses mainly on blade-type designs, while the JPX series features cavity-back irons. The Tour model from the 921 series has more weight lower in the heel and less weight higher in the toe area. According to golfwrx.com, the JPX 921 Forged model appears to be forged entirely from chromoloy, Chromoloy is an alloy steel that has more strength than regular steel. The iron promises to promote more distance than in the 919 series. The launch date for the JPX 921 line is September 17. Srixon – The ZX 5 and the ZX 7 iron and driver models will be replacing the successful Z 585 and Z 785 models. The ZX 5 for both irons and drivers is designed with more forgiveness than the ZX 7, which is designed with workability for the better player in mind. A probable launch date is sometime in the fall of 2020. Cleveland – The company known for its wedges has done it again with its new ZipCore line of wedges. According to Cleveland, “The new RTX ZipCore is a technological leap forward for Cleveland wedges. We’ve inserted a low-density core inside the clubhead, allowing us to create a wedge with unprecedented consistency and exceptional feel. They also feature our tour-proven grinds and most aggressive groove technology to date–all packaged in a sleek yet traditional design.” The release date for these wedged is August 14.