Srixon ZX Mk II Woods Review (NEW Fairways for 2023)

The ZX Mk II woods are the second generation fairways from Srixon

The Mk II fairways are a new addition for 2023.

Srixon ZX Mk II Woods

Srixon ZX Mk II woods are the second generation of the model with the new 2023 fairways given a significant makeover for performance gains.

Part of a complete new ZX Mk II series that also features ZX5 drivers and ZX5 irons as well as ZX7 driver and ZX7 irons, the fairway woods add the latest technologies to the mix for improved distance and accuracy.

The ZX Mk II replaces the ZX woods and feature new Rebound Frame, Dual Flex Zones, Carbon Crown design and redesigned sole.

In this article we take a look at the changes made to this model and what you can expect if adding these to the bag.

What Srixon says about the ZX Mk II Fairway Woods:

“Long game versatility is critical. ZX Mk II Fairway Woods carry as much power off the deck as they do off a tee, giving you ball speed and great distance wherever you need it.

“Most Fairway Woods have one flex zone. Rebound Frame has two. Like a spring within a spring, Rebound Frame elevates COR across the face for increased ball speed. And that extra ball speed leads to more distance.

Srixon ZX Mk II Woods

“Dual Flex Zones works like any modern wood, the speed of ZX Mk II starts with a flexible face – and our face is especially fast thanks to its advanced Ti51AF Titanium alloy construction.

“The similarities end there, though, because Rebound Frame adds a second flexible zone, a ring of thin titanium in the body.

“When these two zones flex simultaneously at impact, then snap back into shape, their compounded energy transfer is far more powerful than single-flex designs.

Srixon ZX Mk II Woods

“A stepped crown lowers the clubhead’s Center of Gravity, ultimately raising launch trajectory for higher, longer shots off the deck, with more forgiveness.

“A dynamic, floating weight pad moves the weight right where you want it without reducing COR – optimizing launch while also allowing space for improved face flex and ball speed. Especially helpful for shots struck low on the face.”

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Srixon ZX5 Mk II Fairway Woods Specs & Design

The new Srixon ZX5 Mk II fairways are a new addition to Srixon’s line for 2023 and an upgraded version of the popular ZX5 model.

One of the key changes is the improved Rebound Frame Technology, which is a face design of variable thickness to help optimize performance on shots hit across the face.

Srixon ZX Mk II Woods

The Rebound Frame helps generate significantly increased ball speed, particularly on off-center strikes that haven’t come off the centre of the Ti51AF Titanium alloy face.

The Dual Flex Zones behind the face work in harmony to generate consistent ball speeds regardless of whether you find the middle of the clubhead or not.

Srixon have managed to lower the centre of gravity and increase launch angle and trajectory thanks to a new Crown Step design that helps to improve aerodynamics and reduce drag.

Srixon ZX Mk II Woods

Coupled with the new Carbon Crown in the 3-wood and 3+ wood, it works to reduce weight, reduce spin, improve forgiveness and improve energy transfer for maximum distance gains.

The Cannon Sole is a new dynamic, floating pad that allows you to move the weight to exactly where your set up needs it.

The woods are available in 3+ wood (13.5 degrees), 3-wood (15 degrees), 5-wood (18 degrees) and 7-wood (21 degrees). An adjustable hosel allows you to adjust the loft and lie.  

Srixon ZX Mk II Woods

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Verdict: Are the 2023 Srixon ZX Mk II Woods any good?

Srixon have come up with some impressive changes from the original model to extract more distance, accuracy and forgiveness.

The clever tweaks, particularly with a carbon crown on the 3+ and 3-wood in place on the Titanium crown, results in an improved ball flight, carry and distance.

Whether you play the ZX5 or ZX7 driver and irons, the design of the woods has been created to fit seamlessly into the setup of each of the models.

FAQs

When are the Srixon ZX Mk II woods being released?

The fairways were unveiled in January 2023 and were released for sale in February.

How much does the Srixon ZX Mk II Fairway Woods cost?

The Srixon ZX Mk II Fairway Woods currently retails at $279.99

What are the Srixon ZX Mk II fairway woods specs?

The woods are available in 3+ wood (13.5 degrees), 3-wood (15 degrees), 5-wood (18 degrees) and 7-wood (21 degrees). An adjustable hosel allows you to adjust the loft and lie.