Srixon Z-Forged Irons Review
The Z-Forged irons offer more versatility from a compact blade.
Srixon Z-Forged irons are a blade model aimed at elite golfers looking for improved ball striking and feel. How do they perform and rate?
The irons are a classic muscle back blade in look and provide a razor-sharp address profile for enhanced confidence and workability.
The Z-Forged irons have an appealing and chic look while providing a concise feel and consistency that is characterised by reduced vibration for pure ball striking like never before.
What Srixon say about the Srixon Z-Forged Irons?
“Forged from a single billet of soft 1020 carbon steel, the new Z-Forged Irons offer exceptional feel in a sleek design for pure, consistent ball striking.
“Muscle Back Blade: A classic blade shape optimized for maximum workability and unmatched feel at impact.
“Updated Tour V.T. Sole: A newly redesigned Tour V.T. Sole provides even more consistent ball striking while maintaining enough versatility to execute any shot.”
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Srixon Z-Forged Irons Design & Features
The Z-Forged irons have a traditional muscle back blade like look and provide a consistent feel and ball striking.
The irons, which are forged from single billets of soft 1020 carbon steel, are sleek in look with a slim address at profile.
The Tour V.T. sole has been redesigned and produces better turf interaction than in previous forged blades from Srixon, with the consistent ball striking what these irons are all about.
The club head is full muscle back to provide the versatility for shot-shaping that elite golfers crave, while the heel design has been rounded for improved distance control.
The irons come with steel shafts and flex options include Modus3 Tour 120 S and Modus3 Tour 120 X.
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Verdict: Are the Srixon Z-Forged irons any good?
The Z-Forged irons are a great choice for golfers of a high-class standard who are in the market for new blades.
Not only are they sleek and compact in design, they also offer an amazing feel – although off-centre strikes will leave plenty of vibration running through the hands.
They offer much more versatility to your game, greater creativity on the course and improved ball striking and should be on your radar if you are in the market for new blades.
How much does the Srixon Z-Forged Irons cost?
The Z-Forged irons retail for around £900 / $1220 per set.
What are the Srixon Z-Forged irons specs?
The irons are available in 3-iron (20 degrees) to pitching wedge (46 degrees).
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