Srixon ZX7 Iron Set
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This product is an excellent fit for a low handicapper. If you need to be able to work the ball, but still want to have some forgiveness then these irons are a great fit. I find that these allow me to not be perfect on every shot and still have good results.
- incredible workability
- very pure sound
- excellent spin on the greens
- not very forgiving
- the wrong shafts could hinder performance
- may get too much spin
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.
- 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.
The Srixon ZX7 irons are a great iron set for a low handicap golfer. Srixon is truly making amazing irons these days. This iron set is considered to be their player's type iron. With a small cavity back it still overs some forgiveness while having a good amount of workability. I would only recommend this iron set to a single-digit handicapped golfer. The Srixon ZX5 irons would be a much better option for a mid-handicap golfer.
- Not the most forgiving set of irons. Definitely meant for a low handicap golfer.
Srixon ZX7 irons are for competitive golfers. Lower handicap golfers that prefer a thin top line and sole in a compact club head. Offering a lower ball flight than some of their competitors, making it easy to control launch and spin rates. Popular choice on tour, offering great shot dispersion.
- All around performing forged iron
- Benefits well struck shots
- Repeatable ball flight
- Not as high of a ball fight as some golfers prefer
- Can be intimidating with a compact, squarish club head
- Does not look as good at address as expected
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