Srixon ZX5 Irons
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The Srixon ZX5 Irons are some of the best irons on the market for someone who wants a forgiving forged club. They feel incredible from the soft forged heads but the tungsten weighting and extreme cavity make them super forgiving. The faces are hot so they go a very long way. The V sole provides better turf interaction for most players and really makes these easy to dial in!
- Amazing forgiveness for forged club
- Amazing forged feel
- Great turf interaction from V sole
- Not as workable as other forgings
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.
- 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.
These irons are going to be best for that middle to high handicapper. Anyone looking to get rid of the hand-me-downs and take the game more seriously would benefit from having the ZX5s in their bag. They have a sleek design and are consistent across the board when it comes to distance and control. They have a little bit thicker soles than other comparable irons, but their performance is rock solid.
- Maintained consistent flight
- Distance performed well with each club
- Simple, sleek design
- Thicker sole than other comparable irons
The ZX5's are a great set of irons for a 10-19 handicap player. If you are using a game improvement iron and want to upgrade to a smaller more "Players Distance" looking iron, the Srixon is a great starting point. The Z% is a great balance between thin top line, workability and forgiveness. I reccommend this iron to anyone that can strike an iron decently and is looking for the next level in performance.
- Extreme forgivability for a players iron.
- Excellent ball flight workability.
- Great distance and penetrating ball flight
- Not for high handicap players
- Low handicap players may look at the ZX7 for more flight control
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