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SUITABIL­ITY: The Z 785 irons are de­signed for pro­fes­sion­als and low hand­i­cap am­a­teurs, while the Z 585’s in­creased for­give­ness and dis­tance pro­vides a ‘play­ers look’ for mid to low hand­i­cap golfers. SHAFTS: Both mod­els come stan­dard with Nip­pon N.S. Pro Mo­dus3 Tour shafts, with af­ter­mar­ket shafts avail­able in the Z 785 and the Miyazaki Kaula graphite shaft of­fered in the Z 585. LEFT HANDED: Both mod­els are avail­able in left handed. COM­PANY SAYS: The new Z Se­ries irons of­fer Tour-val­i­dated de­signs with a soft forged feel.

With cut­ting-edge tech­nolo­gies that help en­hance dis­tance, work­a­bil­ity and feel, the new Z Se­ries irons are built to per­form.

The Z 785 irons fea­ture a tour cav­ity, pro­vid­ing ad­di­tional mass be­hind the im­pact lo­ca­tion for in­creased shot-shap­ing abil­ity and ver­sa­til­ity. The Z 585 irons fea­ture an added speed groove, which al­lows for more face-flex, en­hanc­ing ball speed and dis­tance.

Both irons of­fer an up­dated Tour V.T. Sole for smoother turf in­ter­ac­tion and more con­sis­tent ball strik­ing, while the forged con­struc­tion from the soft 1020 car­bon steel pro­vides a bet­ter feel through im­pact. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.srixon.com.au

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