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Srixon ZX Utility Hybrid

Srixon ZX Utility Hybrid

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The Srixon ZX Utility Single Irons are built for a wide array of players who prefer the feel and impact a Utility Iron provides. These irons are built hollow to solicit higher launch and improved carry distance from long distances. Key Features: - Main Frame – Maximizing the COR for empowered ball speeds, a milled pattern is ingrained into the back side of the iron’s face. - Hollow Design – Adding distance, control, and improved launch, a fully hollow construction is employed in the iron. - Multi-Piece Construction – Tungsten weight added to the base of each utility iron lowers the center of gravity while a forged SUP10 face and 1020 Carbon Steel provides amazing ball speeds and damped vibrations for an extremely soft feel.

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Does srixon make hybrids?
Srixon does make hybrids. The new ZX series offers every competitive advantage that Cleveland doesn't. Which is everything outside of wedges and putters. The new ZX utility hybrid has been popular for better ball strikers.
Michael V
by Michael V on July 28, 2022
Which Srixon irons are for high handicappers?
The best Srixon irons for the high handicapper is the Srixon ZX4. The ZX4 offers the most perimeter weighting and a multimaterial construction that allows for supreme distance and forgiveness for higher handicappers looking to improve their iron play.
Golf Expert Christos L.Golf Expert Michael V
by Christos L. on July 6, 2022 · view 1 other answer
What is the difference between srixon ZX5 and ZX7 irons?
This will explain the difference between Srixon ZX5 irons and ZX7 irons. The Srixon ZX5 irons are built for a little more forgiveness while the ZX7 irons are designed for better shotmaking ability. The ZX5 irons have a thicker sole and more perimeter weighting, which helps improve distance for off-center hits. The ZX7 irons have a thinner sole and more weight is concentrated behind the center of the club face, which makes it easier to shape the ball flight. The Srixon ZX5 irons offer a little more game improvement and the Srixon ZX7 irons offer a little more shot making optionality.
Golf Expert Joe MallockGolf Expert Christos L.Golf Expert Markos Liapopoulos
by Joe Mallock on July 5, 2022 · view 2 other answers
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Will Kannegieser
Will Kannegieser
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Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This iron looks great in the bag and has a nice low, penetrating flight due to a center of gravity placed slightly higher than other utility irons.

Peter Pappas
Peter Pappas
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Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

A lower handicap long iron. Easy to hit high and low and it looks great!

Sean M
Sean M
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Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Replacing long irons while still giving the look players want.