From a websites, I know that the Mizuno F-60 fairway wood ‘s ultra thin tiatnium crown and high-tech precisionstainless steel face and body create a low, deep CG (center of gravity) for ideal trajectory and ease of launch. Cortech technology utilizes three variable face thickness areas to generate high initial ball velocity for consistent and accurate distance control. The increased face area and overall head shape deliver confidence at address and solid contact swing after swing, all with an elegant, traditional club head appearance with player preferred shape.
The Mizuno F-60 fairway woods produce an effortlessly powerful ball flight, attainable through the combination of an ultra-lightweight titanium crown and stainless steel body. Previously difficult to bond, the titanium crown is affixed to the high-tech precision stainless steel face and body through a patented new brazing process.
The brazing process which uses a 3rd material to bond the two metals allows weight to be positioned very low in the clubhead. The technology replaces Mizuno’s previous graphite crown / steel body combination which required a heavier bonding material. Mizuno engineers found that by using this lightweight titanium crown, which is only 3% of the total weight of the club head, they could strategically reposition the COG to enable players to launch the ball with greater ease and increased control.
In addition, the Mizuno F-60 fairway woods feature Mizuno’s CORTECH face design, which utilizes three multi-thickness areas to ensure uniform face deflection and a thin responsive face to generate high initial ball velocity for increased distance and consistency.
One of the users said, “It is a sweet club, went with the stiff shaft for more accuracy…it isn’t a super stiff shaft …fine for me ..95 or so mph with driver if you’re over 100 you might want to find a demo or used one to test first,…but for me the ball just goes. Granted I had been using an out dated plain vanilla titanium 3 wood…but this face seems to have a bit of zip to it…played with it once and have taken it to the range a few times… I’m liking it …alot. Could see going to it off the tee more frequently without any hesitation…beautiful club and with a little searching you should be able to get it a a very reasonable price.”
The last fairway woods we had from Mizuno were the F-50s which had a composite steel/graphite head. The new Mizuno F-60 fairway woods are still composite but the graphite crown has been replaced with Titanium as this requires less effort to fuse together. This also means the weight is moved lower in the head for more forgiveness and control.
Compared to previous models the face of the F-60 fairway seems a little deeper and gives you lots of confidence to attack the ball. The ball flight is excellent and we think that this is the best fairway wood Mizuno have produced to date.
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