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The new Srixon Z Series woods feature a Z 545 driver, Z F45 fairway woods and Z H45 hybrids
The Srixon Z Series woods range - which comprises a Z 545 driver, Z F45 fairway woods and Z H45 hybrids - has been unveiled.
The Z 545 driver features Dual Speed Technology to maximise a player's rotational efficiency and deliver more kinetic energy at impact.
This, coupled with an advanced face design, delivers more head speed, more ball speed and ultimately more distance.
The new Srixon driver also sports a Booster-cup face construction and variable face thickness - with a 35% larger sweet spot - for increased speed and forgiveness.
Elsewhere, the Quick Tune System allows loft, lie, face angle and centre of gravity to be adjusted.
Graeme McDowell, Hideki Matsuyama and Keegan Bradley are were amongst the Srixon Tour players giving feedback on the Z Series.
The Srixon Z F45 - for players of all abilities - also come with Dual Speed Technology and the Quick Tune System.
A HT1770 steel Booster-cup face improves ball speed and its mid-size design helps maximise launch conditions from any lie.
The Srixon Z H45 Hybrid, meanwhile, has a lower centre of gravity for a higher and more penetrating launch. Its shape promotes smoother turf interaction and more confidence at address.
Click below to see some images of the new Srixon Z Series woods:
Srixon Z 545 driver:
The Srixon Z 545 driver has a 35% larger sweet spot and a 440cc head.
Dual Speed Technology helps increase ball speeds and therefore distance.
There are 24 unique settings for loft, lie, face angle and centre of gravity.
Srixon Z F45 fairway wood:
The Srixon Z F45 fairway also boasts QTS adjustability.
It is available in 3, 3+ and 4 models and comes with a Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Black HBP 60 shaft.
The ultra-hot HT1770 steel face helps maximise ball speed.
Srixon Z H45 hybrid:
The Srixon Z H45 hybrid also has Dual Speed technology to enhance the swing's rotational efficiency.
The centre of gravity has been moved lower to promote a more desirable ball flight.
It is available in 2, 3 and 4 models.
Also check out the four new Srixon Z Series irons
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