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