Srixon Z-TX Hybrid

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Srixon Z-TX Hybrid
Golf Monthly Verdict

Quite a chunky-looking hybrid that will appeal to those who really struggle with their longer clubs, or want another option from the tee. The shape of the head and the internal weighting helped prevent a slice. The Tungsten weights get the ball flying high and stopping quickly. The Z-TX’s larger head is not as adept as other models from the rough.

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The Srixon Z-TX Hybrid's shallow head with Tungsten nickel weights in the toe and heel reduces the centre of gravity and increases the moment of inertia. This produces high-flighted shots with less run. The face has been made thinner and lighter, giving added distance, while increasing the size of the sweetspot.

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