The new Srixon Z Series irons range is made up of the Z 945, Z 745, Z 545 and Z U45 models
The new Srixon Z Series irons range - on sale now - features the Z 945, Z 745, Z 545 and Z U45 models.
The new irons family is designed for players of all abilities, with the Z 945 and Z 745 geared towards competent players and the Z 545 irons more suited to those seeking added forgiveness and distance.
See below for some images of the new Srixon Z Series irons.
Srixon Z 945 irons:
The Srixon Z 945 irons are forged from ultra-soft 1020 carbon steel and feature a muscle-cavity design and thinner topline for a look that encourages workability.
A redesigned tour V.T. Sole decreases turf resistance for a tighter shot dispersion.
The Z 945 irons - available from 3-PW - have double laser-milled faces, with the increased surface roughness providing additional spin and trajectory control.
Srixon Z 745 irons:
Srixon's Z 745 irons boast a number of similar characteristics but differ slightly in terms of aesthetics.
They, too, come in 3-PW with True Temper Dynamic Golf shafts.
In both better-player sets, strategically placed tungsten weights are employed in the 3-6 irons to fine-tune the sweet spot position.
Srixon Z 545 irons:
The Srixon Z 545 irons are more distance-orientate for players who are prepared to sacrifice some of the workability and feel found in both the Z 945 and Z 745.
The cavity-back irons are forged from a high-strength SUP10 steel face, which promotes higher ball speeds.
They are slightly larger and more forgiving than the Z 945 and Z 745 models.
Srixon Z U45 utility iron:
The Srixon Z U45 - for more skilled players - boasts a compact and powerful address view for those looking for a different option off the tee and a different option for long, aggressive approaches into greens.
It is available in 18, 20 and 23-degree lofts with a Miyazaki Kosuma Blue UTI shaft.
Also check out the new Srixon Z Series woods
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