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Srixon Z585 Irons Review

Srixon Z585 Irons

Srixon Z585 irons are the latest addition to the market having been released as part of the all-new Z85 Series.

The Srixon Z85 series features the features the Z785 Driver, ZF85 Woods, ZU85 Hybrid, Z585 and Z785 Irons and the ZU65 Utility iron, and the entire range is being priced competitively as Srixon look for an increased share of the market.

Srixon are specifically targeting increased ball speed and distance with the Z85 range and the Z585 irons certainly live up to that.

Srixon Z585 Irons

The Srixon Z585 irons are suited to all standards of golfers and sit perfectly to compliment the sister Z785 irons which are suited to lower handicap golfers.

Adding increased ball speed and distance to the Z585 Irons compared to its predecessor in the Z65 range, and they have managed to achieve that with the introduction of Speed Groove technology.

That technology works in the same way that the cup face technology in the new Z785 driver does, by providing a solid platform for ball striking.

Srixon Z585 & Z785 Irons

The decision to move the muscle in the cavity from previous versions of these irons has also produced a higher launch trajectory, which will benefit players who struggle for height – particularly on longer shots.

There is also a change to the sole to provide improved interaction with the turf. The Srixon Tour V.T. Sole helps ball striking and provides an improved feel on shots.

The ZU85 Utility iron, Srixon’s driving iron option, can also be used in conjunction with the Z585s and added to your bag.

Srixon Z585 Irons Verdict

The Z585 irons are an impressive new addition and a real all-rounder when it comes to the ability of golfer it is targeted at.

While the Z785s are almost certainly a product aimed at better, low handicap golfers, the Z585 option in this range is the go-to if you are just looking for a solid performer with the latest technology.

You get added distance, more versatility and more forgiveness from the Z585 irons and being competitively priced they will certainly appeal to golfers looking for a new addition to the bag.

READ: The full Srixon Z785 Series Review