Mizuno announces a return to the PGA Golf Show

New ST190 woods and Swing DNA system to be unveiled

Mizuno has announced a return to the PGA show in January 2019 after a number of years away.

After a stand out season on tour, including two major wins for its JPX irons – Mizuno is ready to lay out a new vision for its brand.  Headlining a new version of Mizuno’s Swing DNA fitting system – and the ST190 driver currently making ripples on tour.  The ST190 is already Mizuno’s first driver to gain non contracted tour use since the Master’s winning 300S.  Follow the first pictures on Golf WRX.

“The golf industry is changing at speed. We know Mizuno’s success will be dictated by our relationship with the trade – the club fitters and PGA pros who talk to golfers every day. So feels the right time for Mizuno to show our face at the biggest collection of golf pros in the world. Part to celebrate the resurgence of our incredibly resilient brand – even more, to demonstrate how we’re going to evolve Mizuno into a more complete golf equipment brand.” Jeremy Galbreth, Director of Golf, Mizuno USA.

The PGA Merchandise Show dates back to 1954 and has been staged at the Orange County Convention Centre in Orlando, Florida since 1985. It is the golf industry’s leading trade-only event, where PGA professionals and golf industry professionals gather to discover the latest trends in golf equipment and technology, apparel and accessories.

The 2019 PGA Merchandise Show takes place from January 22nd to 25th, 2019.