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Srixon ZX7 Iron Set · Right handed · Steel · Extra Stiff · 4-PW

Srixon ZX7 Iron Set · Right handed · Steel · Extra Stiff · 4-PW

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$1,137.49
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Dominant hand
Left handed
Right handed
Flex type
Stiff
Extra stiff
Set Makeup
3-PW
4-PW
5-PW
4-PW,AW
Shaft Material
Steel
Shaft name
Nippon N.S. PRO Modus 3 Tour 120
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Product details

The Srixon ZX7 Irons are ideal for the accomplished player who is seeking a meticulously designed, compact shaped, and pure feeling iron they can chart to any target. Single-piece forging merged with progressive grooves and V-shaped soles provide serious players an aesthetically pleasing and workable iron.

Key Features:

  • Tour Cavity – Positioning added mass at the perimeter and behind the hitting area delivers remarkably soft feel and uncompromised workability.

  • Progressive Grooves – Deepening grooves in the 8-iron through Pitching Wedge produce sharper spin to stop faster on the greens for pinpoint distance precision.

  • Tour V.T. Sole – Sole notches within V-Shaped soles glide efficiently through any turf delivering the club to the ball despite early impact.

  • Multi-Piece Construction – Added tungsten in the toe of the long to mid-irons increases the MOI and stability of the iron while a forged 1020 Carbon Steel body works to dampen vibrations for a pure, soft feel.

Dominant hand
Right handed
Flex type
Extra stiff
Set Makeup
4-PW
Shaft Material
Steel
Shaft name
Nippon N.S. PRO Modus 3 Tour 120
Iron Set Type
Iron Set
Shaft launch
Low-Mid
Shaft spin
Low
Shaft weight
114g
Grip name
Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360
Club Type
Irons
Model year
2021
Grip butt size
0.58"
Grip weight
52g
Shaft tip diameter
0.355
Swing weight
D3
Gender
Men's
Item
Club length
Lie angle
Loft degrees
Offset degrees
Swing weight (steel)
3
39''
60°
20°
3.6mm
D3
4
38.5''
60.5°
22°
3.5mm
D3
5
38''
61°
25°
3.4mm
D3
6
37.5''
61.5°
28°
3.2mm
D3
7
37''
62°
32°
2.9mm
D3
8
36.5''
62.5°
36°
2.4mm
D3
9
36''
63°
41°
2mm
D3
PW
35.5''
63.5°
46°
1.8mm
D3
AW
35.5''
63.5°
51°
1.4mm
D4
Expert product review
Golf Expert Jess P.
Review by Curated Expert Jess P.
The Srixon ZX7 is an iron for the low handicap or highly skilled golfer looking for a classically designed, traditional lofted, and workable iron.
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Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
What is the difference between Srixon ZX5 and ZX7 irons?
The main difference is that the ZX5 irons are aimed toward mid to high handicap and ZX7 irons are aimed at the low handicap to tour player. The ZX7 irons have a narrower sole and thinner topline than the ZX5 irons. The ZX5's have more forgiveness and bigger sweet spot. The ZX7's have a lower ball flight and low spin, the ZX5's will have a higher ball flight. They can be combined to make a high performance set of ZX7 shorter irons and longer irons from the ZX5's.
Golf Expert Jorge ArtetaGolf Expert Gavin LeeGolf Expert Nick Young
by Jorge Arteta on August 1, 2022 · view 2 other answers
What handicap are ZX7 irons for?
Srixon has 3 models of ZX series Irons, this will answer what is best for low handicap players. Srixon ZX7 Irons are designed for low handicap players. They are a tour cavity back iron, allowing a player to have forgiveness and feel for shot shaping that a low handicap player is looking for. Srixon has redistributed weight from previous versions to allow for greater forgiveness in a tour-designed iron.
Golf Expert Daniel MerzGolf Expert Jorge ArtetaGolf Expert Bobby Funkhouser
by Daniel Merz on August 1, 2022 · view 2 other answers
When did srixon ZX7 irons come out?
The Srixon ZX7 Irons were designed for the accomplished player who is seeking a meticulously designed, compact shaped, and pure feeling iron. The ZX7 irons were came out in 2020 and feature progressive grooves and V-shaped soles which provide serious players with an aesthetically pleasing and workable iron with a soft forged feel.
Golf Expert Jared T.Golf Expert Bobby FunkhouserGolf Expert Jameson H
by Jared T. on July 31, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Srixon ZX7 Iron Set · Right handed · Steel · Extra Stiff · 4-PW
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Kyle Hevner
Kyle Hevner
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

The ZX7 will give you the precision and soft feel you want. Srixon designed this iron to outright compete with any forged club. They added more weight toward the toe in the mid to long irons for greater MOI, and they deepened the grooves in the short irons to give you control into greens. This iron will provide the feel and workability that any skilled player is looking for.

Michael Varney
Michael Varney
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

If you're looking to shape shots and really take your iron game to the next level, these are the perfect clubs. A single piece clubhead with tungsten weights allow for mishits to be less amplified. With a reduced offset and blade-like feel, these irons will give you a tour like feel.

Joshua VanKoevering
Joshua VanKoevering
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

A player's iron that features blade-like feel, while offering more speed and control. These are highly workable irons with exceptional feel. Thin top-line and reduced offset create a more tour-like feel at address.

Brian M
Brian M
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Providing a soft feel into a workable club for single-digit handicappers. Definitely for the golfer who wants to shape shots.

Zach Kloeckner
Zach Kloeckner
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This club gives the player the ability to work the ball both ways while maintaining the forgiveness needed on mishit strikes.