Srixon ZX7 Irons Review (SHOT Shaping Irons)

The ZX7 irons are Srixon's premium blade model.

The ZX7 irons are Srixon’s premium iron and tour-level model.

Srixon ZX7 Irons

The Srixon ZX7 irons are among the best irons available on the market and a real players’ dream when it comes to shot shaping. How do they rate?

The ZX7s is a traditional multi-piece construction blade irons and offers increased stability as well a compact shape, narrow sole, and a sharp look at address than previous models thanks to a thinner topline.

As Srixon’s premium iron, the ZX7s are in the bag of the likes of major winners Brooks Koepka and Hideki Matsuyama on tour and are a high class option favoured by golfers looking for workability in spades.

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What Srixon says about the ZX7 Irons:

“Experience incredible feel and maximum shot shaping ability with Srixon’s ZX7 Irons.

“Providing more speed and total control, these irons look and feel like a blade and offer players a stylish and powerful upgrade to their iron game.

Srixon ZX7 Irons

“The workable and aesthetically pleasing ZX7 showcases a compact blade shape and narrow sole, putting you in total control across each and every hole on the course.

“Their fully forged athletic design not only looks great, but these clubs are built for distance, providing players with exceptional feel and some serious power at impact.”

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Srixon ZX7 Irons Design & Features

With a compact profile and a clean address, the ZX7 irons are one of the most attractive options on the market.

The blade is a multi-material construction in design with tungsten in the toe of long and mid irons from 4-iron to 7-iron to increase the MOI. A forged 1020 Carbon Steel body provides a soft feel when it comes to ball striking.

Srixon ZX7 Irons

They also feature progressive grooves from 8-iron to pitching wedge to help provide more control and spin on approach play to attack pins more regularly.

Aesthetically pleasing on the eye, they are powerful in the hands of low-handicap and tour-level golfers. But Srixon haven’t overlooked forgiveness with mass positioned in the sweet spot and perimeter for the combination of power and control.

The V-shaped sole has been tweaked from previous models to improve turf interaction and workability and ball striking as a result.

The 4-iron has a loft of 22 degrees through to the pitching wedge, which is set at 46 degrees.

Srixon ZX7 Irons

Verdict: Are Srixon ZX7 Irons any good?

If you are a serious golfer playing blades but looking for something more workable, the ZX7s could well be the answer.

These are very workable irons that provide good distance, amazing forgiveness for a bladed iron, and will blow away any expectations of what you can expect in terms of performance from the fairways.

There’s a reason they are in Brooks Koepka’s bag and Hideki Matuyama’s bag among other tour stars.


How much does the Srixon ZX7 irons cost?

The price tag on these clubs range from £1,050 / $1,425 per set of 4-iron to pitching wedge.

What are the Srizon ZX7 iron specs?

The 4-iron has a loft of 22 degrees through to the pitching wedge, which is set at 46 degrees.