The U.S. will win the Ryder Cup 14 1/2 to 13 1/2.
Ryan Moore will have the best individual results, going 4-0-0.
Jordan Speith will clinch the cup at the 17th hole.
So it is written, so it shall be done.
I have played Mizuno irons for about five years and like them very much. However I was a club builder for ten years back in the early 2000's and Tom Wishon Golf is a great company and the owner is one of the best designer of clubs bar none. I have built many clubs from his company and myself have had four sets of irons and many fairway woods and drivers from him as well. Just as good and better than some of the OEM's, but the one bad thing is with all components is a low resale value simply because most people think clone when you mention components but that is not the case with Wishon Golf they design their own heads and shafts. You can't go wrong with either company as both make great equipment.
The first thing I would do is go out and hit some balls. If the result is close to what you think you need just keep practicing. However if it is not good then as BKuehn 1952 mentioned go see a professional and tell him what you seek. Ask him to take a look at your swing and give you some feedback about how you can go about improving.
I looked at some BJ Black Hybrid reviews, and the Ortiz equipment website, but couldn't find any specs on the shafts. Our site reviewed the FWs, but not the hybrids. Another site did a Black Hybrid Review in 2014, and said Graphite Design G-Series shafts were stock (but listed no models).
I would suggest you contact Jesse Ortiz and find the weight and model of the shafts. If the shaft is heavier, a Senior flex might work. If the shaft is lighter, an R-flex might work. (If you had data from a Mizuno shaft optimizer, it would give you clues on what shaft profile might work for you.)
That's the problem with mail-order clubs. You don't get to test them first. I'm not sure what refunds Jesse gives if they don't work out. If I'm going to spend $200 on a club, I want hit it first.
Any chance a friend has one you can try?
---------------- Note on 3W: if you start having trouble from varying your swing tempo, try out a 4W in R-flex. The extra loft plus firmer shaft might work out nice.