RRP:    £369.00 06 February 2007
TG Rating:
4 out of 5
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Owner Rating:
5 out of 5
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What we say...

4 out of 5

The Srixon I-601 resemble an oversized blade shape, with less offset than other game-improvement irons, which will be to the liking of traditionalists. Weight technology throughout the set positions the centre of gravity in each iron to maximise forgiveness and control.

Excellent Nippon shafts and Lamkin grips show how serious Srixon is about being recognised as a quality brand, and that should be applauded at this price point. Our test pro was particularly impressed with the strong performance.

Even though the cavity backs are pretty small, making the clubs less forgiving than some, this is a fantastic set that performs very well from any situation.

Product Information

Womens Available Yes
Left Handed available Yes
Custom-Fit available Yes
Lofts -
Forgiveness level Medium
Graphite shafts available No
Iron type Cavity
Offset Minimal

Squarer impact from tungsten nickel weights that vary in position according to length of the club, plus undercut sole for high trajectory.

Price Options: £369 (Steel) £449 (Graphite)
Contact: 01420 541709
Web: www.srixon.co.uk
Left-handed? Yes
Ladies? Yes

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5 out of 5

Awesome

By Anonymous

Recently bought a set of these irons, and they have definately slashed shots off my game! The Shock absorbtion in the WS system has given me that sweet feel i love when smacking one down the middle. Keep up the good work Srixon, and I'll keep a keen eye on Stenson's progress this season.

5 out of 5

Awesome

By Anonymous

Recently bought a set of these irons, and they have definately slashed shots off my game! The Shock absorbtion in the WS system has given me that sweet feel i love when smacking one down the middle. Keep up the good work Srixon, and I'll keep a keen eye on Stenson's progress this season.

5 out of 5

Fantastic Set of Clubs

By ginjaninja

I only recently started playing golf and purchased a set of these after about 4 games. Absolutely love them, they are quite light headed and look great. I have had a few lessons and the pro at the driving range liked the feel of them too, so much that he was contemplating getting a set. Can't be bad then.

4 out of 5

Solid

By deeman

Changed to these after my non-insured my G2 pings were nicked!! They look good & have a little less offset than the G2's, better than pings from rough but less forgiving. Golfers should improve their ball striking with these more also. Need to get used to the tinny impact sound though otherwise no complaints from me!!!

5 out of 5

more fairways hit

By rick70

had ta7s wanted a change,got fitted for 601,s had boring ball flight etc.tried other quality makes in shop 40 balls later now a proud owner of these babes.have gained 10/12 yards per club,better flight,good looks, GREAT result.h/cap coming down,keeping in more fairways etc.I can now use a better ball! MONEY WELL SPENT.enjoy.

4 out of 5

Does the job

By davmand

I have had my set of I-601s for a little over a year now so I have had time to get to know the strengths and flaws of these irons. As I have improved, the clubs have given me all that was needed to enable me to move to the next level. Great ball flight, forgiveness and power. When I purchased them I had intended to buy either Nike or Mizuno but I was hitting the Srixons with the cleanest strike... read more

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