Z65 WOODS AND IRONS

KEY TECH AIMED AT Mul­ti­ple tech­nolo­gies com­bine to cre­ate a high launch with for­give­ness Com­pe­tent play­ers who pri­ori­tise feel and work­a­bil­ity HOW MUCH Prices TBC

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The new Srixon Z565 driver re­places the Z545 model and fea­tures a new Power Wave Sole. This is es­sen­tially a multi-step de­sign that al­lows the lower por­tion of the face to bend more, in­creas­ing dis­tance across the face. A Stretch Flex Cup Face has also been added, ex­tend­ing fur­ther around the crown and sole to cre­ate a larger sweetspot.

The crown has been made four grams lighter than the pre­vi­ous driver and that weight has been repo­si­tioned to en­hance club­head MOI and lower the cen­tre of grav­ity.

The Z565 model will suit a wider range of hand­i­caps and swing speeds, while the Z765 driver is smaller at 445cc and comes with a heav­ier shaft as stan­dard to pro­vide the pen­e­trat­ing ball flight and work­a­bil­ity bet­ter play­ers pre­fer. Both driv­ers fea­ture ad­justable face, loft and lie an­gle and come in 9.5° and 10.5° with a Miyazaki Kaula Mizu shaft.

The non-ad­justable ZF65 fair­way wood and ZH65 hy­brid fea­ture the Stretch Flex Cup Face but also boast a new Arc Sup­port Chan­nel – a chan­nel on the crown that be­comes pro­gres­sively deeper by loft to pro­mote a higher launch and more op­ti­mal spin across the face.

The fair­way wood also has a crown step to add flex­i­bil­ity to the up­per por­tion of the face and in­crease ball speed. It comes in lofts of 13.5°, 15°, 17°, 19° and 21°, while the hy­brid comes in 16°, 19° and 22°.

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