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Srixon ZX5 Irons · Right handed · Steel · Stiff · 4-PW

Srixon ZX5 Irons · Right handed · Steel · Stiff · 4-PW

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$1,137.99
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Dominant hand
Left handed
Right handed
Flex type
Regular
Stiff
Set Makeup
3-PW
4-PW
5-PW
4-PW,AW
5-PW,AW
Shaft Material
Graphite
Steel
Shaft name
KBS Tour 105
N.S. PRO Modus 3 Tour 105
UST Recoil 95
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The Srixon ZX5 Irons are for low to mid-handicap players seeking a forgiving yet workable iron with a premium on a soft forged feel. Combining powerful ball speed technologies with tour-refined shaping and V-Shaped soles delivers a sharp look at address and impact tolerances for optimal launch.

Key Features:

  • Mainframe – Maximizing COR for amplified ball speeds and distance, a milled pattern is imprinted on the backside of the irons.
  • Progressive Grooves – Wide, shallow grooves in the longer irons deliver consistent launch, while sharp, deeper, narrow grooves in the 8-iron through Pitching Wedge provide more spin control on approach shots.
  • Tour V.T. Sole – Gliding smoothly through the turf, providing reliable launch angles, V-Shaped soles can swing through various lies while maintaining clubhead speeds.
  • Multi-Piece Construction – A forged SUP10 face enhances ball speeds and is housed in a forged 1025 Carbon Steel body absorbing unwanted vibrations for a smooth feel.
Dominant hand
Right handed
Flex type
Stiff
Set Makeup
4-PW
Shaft Material
Steel
Shaft name
N.S. PRO Modus 3 Tour 105
Iron Set Type
Iron Set
Shaft launch
Mid
Shaft spin
Low
Shaft weight
106.5g
Grip name
Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360
Club Type
Irons
Model year
2021
Grip butt size
0.58"
Grip color
Black
Grip weight
52g
Shaft tip diameter
0.335
Swing weight
D2
Gender
Men's
Item
Club length
Lie angle
Loft degrees
Offset degrees
3 Iron
39''
60°
20°
4.2mm
4 Iron
38.5''
60.5°
22°
4mm
5 Iron
38''
61°
24°
3.8mm
6 Iron
37.5''
61.5°
27°
3.5mm
7 Iron
37''
62°
31°
3.2mm
8 Iron
36.5''
62.5°
35°
3mm
9 Iron
36''
63°
39°
2.7mm
PW
35.5''
63.5°
44°
2.4mm
AW
35.5''
63.5°
50°
1.9mm
Expert product review
Golf Expert Bobby Funkhouser
Review by Curated Expert Bobby Funkhouser
The Srixon ZX5 irons are a great iron set for a low-to-mid handicapper who is still wanting some forgiveness and workability from a high-quality forged iron. These irons fall right into the player's distance category.
Distance
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Forgiveness
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Workability
A man using the Srixon ZX5 Irons on a golf course.
A man using the Srixon ZX5 Irons on a golf course.
Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
Can you share a story of a happy purchaser whom you recommended this product to?
I actually got these for a buddy of mine. He was using kirkland irons for awhile, but wanted a nice upgrade. We got him these irons and he has been happy ever since. He loves the feel and forgiveness that these irons provide him.
Golf Expert Vincent P.Golf Expert Brady MaagGolf Expert Braden Kreft
by Vincent P. on November 13, 2022 · view 2 other answers
What is the difference between Srixon ZX5 and ZX7 irons?
The difference in Srixon's ZX5 and ZX7 irons is very simple. The ZX5's have a little bit thicker topline, larger profile at address, and has more forgiveness and distance than the ZX7. The ZX7's are going to be more similar to your standard blade, they have less forgiveness and distance than the ZX5's, but more workability and a smaller, more compact look at address.
Golf Expert Miles MinorGolf Expert Jameson HGolf Expert Jorge Arteta
by Miles Minor on August 6, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Are srixon ZX5 irons good for high handicappers?
Intro: The Srixon ZX5 irons are good or not good for high handicappers? Answer: Yes, I would gear the Srixon ZX 5 to golfers who have a middle to high handicap due to their thicker sole, larger face, and consistent performance. Conclusion: The Srixon ZX5s would benefit golfers of all handicaps especially those who have a higher one
Golf Expert David L. BrownGolf Expert Miles MinorGolf Expert Bobby Funkhouser
by David L. Brown on August 4, 2022 · view 2 other answers
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Srixon ZX5 Irons · Right handed · Steel · Stiff · 4-PW
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Benjamin Knapp
Benjamin Knapp
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Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This set of irons is great for a player who is not only looking to improve their game but also wants to look good doing it! The forged face and cavity back make hitting pretty golf shots easy. The biggest difference between this set and the Callaway set is the appearance of the iron when you are addressing it. The Callaway set will seem bulkier at address than these Srixons will.

Parker Kelly
Parker Kelly
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

These irons are great for the low to mid handicappers who really want to gain distance distance distance. It is the combination of premium ball speed technology along with a forgiving forged feel so that we can hit the ball far and high but also be able to work it a little bit more than some other players distance irons. The 2021 technology is going to also come with the famous Srixon VT sole design which allows you to glide through any type of turf and still get through the turf and hit the ball solid no matter the lie or the quality of contact on that certain swing. The 1020 carbon steel body of the irons is also part of grabbing that great feel as well as the forgives you want to maintain from your current AP3.

George Blinick
George Blinick
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This set from Srixon is a nice set of forged irons that give you a little extra chunkiness to add to forgiveness while still sounding and feeling like a blade. They don't have as much tech as some of the game improvement irons so you'll be able to work your draw.

Ellen M.
Ellen M.
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This club is great for golfers looking for consistent results across the club face, a lightweight club, and forgiveness.

Zack Glynn
Zack Glynn
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

With its Mainframe pattern on the back of each iron providing more speed and tungsten weighting in the toes the ZX5s aim to provide the best of both distance and stability all around the club face. The larger sole at the bottom of each club also offers much smoother interaction with the ground to help those with issues striking the ball thick.