What we say...
Srixon is doing well in the ball market, and from what we’ve seen its clubs warrant close attention in 2007. Our test pro wasn’t overly impressed with the Srixon Z-Ti, but we thought it was pretty good.
The golf club’s weighting system means each head’s shot bias changes from high to low lofts, which is a neat idea. When it comes to finding fairways, this was on a par with more expensive rivals, and it managed to sound lively and responsive. Not our first choice, but a decent all-rounder.
Tungsten nickel weights placed in differing positions dependant on loft to give squarer impact and greater accuracy.
Contact: 01420 541709
Lofts: 9.5°, 10.5°, 11.5°, 13°
Srixon Drivers User Reviews
I tried over a dozen drivers with a varity of shafts and kick points. This one gave by far and away the best results on the launch monitor at my local driving range. I have used it for real now five times and my driving distance and fairway hiting has inproved dramatically
I am a relative short hitter, therefore a club that gets it out there whilst maintaining accuracy is key.This is good club for this. I back to back tested it Vs all other key brands and for me it came out on top.I feel the co engineered Fujikura Shaft is very well balanced / Swingweighted in this club.Apart from good results it is also costs less than the bigger brand names,Try it at your range you will be pleasantly surprised.