Srixon ZX MKII Fairway Wood · Right handed · Senior · 3W
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Srixon ZX MKII Fairway Wood
Long game versatility is critical. ZX Mk II Fairway Woods carry as much power off the deck as they do off a tee, giving you ball speed and great distance wherever you need it.
Rebound Frame’s Dual Flex Zones focus more energy into the golf ball at impact, creating a purer energy transfer that instantaneously increases ball speed and distance on every strike.
A dynamic, floating weight pad moves the weight right where you want it without reducing COR, optimizing launch while also allowing space for improved face flex and ball speed. Especially helpful for shots struck low.
The 3-Wood and 3+-Wood use a strong but lightweight carbon crown instead of a metal crown, repositioning mass low and maximizing COR as well as pushing MOI up for increased forgiveness on every shot.
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Srixon ZX Mk II Fairway Woods carry as much power off the deck as they do off a tee, giving you ball speed and great distance wherever you need it.
Rebound Frame: Most fairway woods have one flex zone. Rebound Frame has two. Like a spring within a spring, Rebound Frame elevates COR across the face for increased ball speed. And that extra ball speed leads to more distance.
Dual Flex Zones: Like any modern wood, the speed of ZX Mk II starts with a flexible face - and our face is especially fast thanks to its advanced Ti51AF Titanium alloy construction. The similarities end there, though, because Rebound Frame adds a second flexible zone, a ring of thin titanium in the body. When these two zones flex simultaneously at impact, then snap back into shape, their compounded energy transfer is far more powerful than single-flex designs.
Crown Step: A stepped crown lowers the clubhead's center of gravity, ultimately raising launch trajectory for higher, longer shots off the deck, with more forgiveness.
Carbon Crown: The 3-wood and 3+ wood use a strong but lightweight carbon crown instead of a metal crown, maximizing COR and positioning mass low for forgiveness on every shot.
Cannon Sole: A dynamic, floating weight pad moves the weight right where you want it without reducing COR - optimizing launch while also allowing space for improved face flex and ball speed. Especially helpful for shots stuck low on the face.