Srixon ZX7 Mk II Driver Review (NEW for 2023 with Maximum Adjustability)

The second generation of Srixon's ZX7 driver is noted for maximum adjustability

The new ZX7 Mk II is the second generation of the Srixon driver.

Srixon ZX7 Mk II Driver

The Srixon ZX7 Mk II driver is the second generation of the popular driver and has been designed to provide maximum adjustability in the new 2023 release.

Srixon have taken the original ZX7 driver and made some noticeable tweaks and changes to help increased the forgiveness and adjustability of this model

Released along with ZX5 Mk II and ZX5 Mk II LS as a new option for 2023, the ZX7 is the most workable of the trio of drivers with adjustable heel and toe weights the key design element.

Featuring a strong Rebound Frame and dual flex zones to deliver more speed off the face, the ZX7 is low spinning and provides a consistent trajectory for maximum distance off the tee.

In this article we look at what is new with the ZX7 Mk II, what it has to offer and the exact specs of the new 2023 driver.

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What Srixon says about the ZX7 Mk II driver:

“The ZX7 Mk II Driver is configured for those seeking maximum adjustability in a compact silhouette.

“Its two swappable heel and toe weights, plus adjustable hosel sleeve, mean you can easily dial in your desired launch condition.

“Its tight shape profile provides maximum workability and the freedom of complex shotmaking.

Srixon ZX7 Mk II Driver

“A stronger Rebound Frame design with dual flex zones delivers purer energy transfer from club face through the ball, enhancing distance on every shot.

“Rebound Frame elevates COR across the face for increased ball speed. And that extra ball speed leads to more distance off the tee.”

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Srixon ZX7 Mk II Driver Specs & Design

Srixon have taken the original ZX7 and made some noticeable improvements to make this version the most workable and adjustable yet.

The key design feature is the interchangeable heel and toe weights which help make this model more adjustable and as a result more workable than the previous model.

Srixon ZX7 Mk II Driver

You can position the 4g and 8g weights to suit your shot shaping requirements, or switch in even heavier weights up to 14g if required.

The Mk II has an advanced Ti51AF Titanium alloy construction, a Star Frame design for strength and a thin titanium crown in a multi-material design.

The driver also has an intricate thickness pattern behind the face to help maintain ball speeds even on off-center strikes and promote enhanced distances.

Srixon ZX7 Mk II Driver

The new ZX7 now has dual flex zones inside the improved Rebound Frame and it has resulted in even faster ball speeds off the face.

The driver only comes in 9.5 and 10.5 degrees, but does have an adjustable hosel to play around with loft and lie angles.

Verdict: Are the Srixon ZX7 Mk II drivers any good?

The ZX7 offers the best of both worlds compared to the sister ZX5 options, due to having both toe and heel weights.

The design makes the ZX7 driver fully adjustable and with increased workability too for a real players’ model.

The changes made are good, the improved technologies help add more yardage off the tee and this driver looks set to be a real triumph in 2023.


What is the Srixon ZX7 Mk II driver release date?

The driver was unveiled in January 2023 and immediately released for pre-order. It will go on general sale from February onwards.

How much does the Srixon ZX7 Mk II driver cost?

The new ZX7 is priced at $499/£415 from online retailers.

What are the Srixon ZX7 driver specs?

The driver comes in 9.5 and 10.5 degrees lofts.