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You’ve prob­a­bly heard of the Srixon brand through the boxes of balls on your pro shop counter, not the clubs on the rack. But over the last cou­ple of years Srixon’s hard­ware of­fer­ings have taken a big leap for­ward, and this trend has con­tin­ued with the launch of the Z65 range.

The likes of Graeme Mc­Dow­ell and world top-20 player Hideki Mat­suyama have played Srixon clubs for a while, and its lat­est se­ries of woods and irons are as cut­ting edge as they are pleas­ing on the eye.

Forged in Ja­pan and aimed more to­wards the low-hand­i­cap player, the Z65 irons are truly things of beauty but have the im­pres­sive per­for­mance to match. The Z565 driver has been cre­ated for all abil­i­ties and com­bines mul­ti­ple new tech­nolo­gies with a clean, tra­di­tional ad­dress pro­file.

Ev­ery club in the line is an ap­peal­ing prospect for golfers who want their clubs to look as good as they feel and per­form. Words Joel Tad­man Pic­ture Kim Por­ritt

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