Srixon Z765 Driver Review

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  • TG Rating 5 out of 5
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  • RRP £325.00

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The Srixon Z 765 Driver delivers the brands most advanced driver to date in terms of innovation and performance.  the most advanced innovation and best performance Srixon has ever made. It's aimed to deliver a powerful, accurate launch for those with high swing speed


Srixon Z 765 Driver: 
You need to know

The 765’s slightly smaller head (445cc) is aimed at faster swing speed players. The smaller size is easier to shape shots with while a “power wave sole” allows the entire sole of the driver to flex, enhancing spring back particularly when shots are hit low on the face. A new larger face cup expands the sweet spot across more of the face, 4g of weight has been removed from the crown to enhance MOI. 

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Srixon Z 765 Driver: We say

The Z765 was in our Top 10 drivers in 2017 and it’s back for 2018. There weren’t many surprises when it came to our Top Gear testing, but if there was any it has to be the 765. Make no mistake it’s an absolute beast in the right hands. Our test pro for this year and last impacted shots both high and low on the face, giving the 765 a seriously good work out.

It’s got to be said shots hit low on the face performed particularly well, which is worth remembering if your natural tendency is to impact shots below centre. The heads unashamedly fuss free and aimed at the better player, there’s no crown graphics or alignment aid, which will float the boat for a small niche of very decent golfers.          

Srixon Z 765 Driver: Verdict

We’d never recommend a smaller tour profile driver to the golfing masses, that would just be irresponsible. But if you’re a fan of slightly smaller headed drivers and have a tendency to hit shots low in the face the 765 is well worth seeking out. It’s now in it’s last year on the shelves so there’s a chance you might even find one for a bargain price.    

2017 verdict:

There weren’t many surprises when it came to our Top Gear testing, but if there was any it has to be the 765. Make no mistake it’s an absolute beast in the right hands. Coming to the end of any test session its natural to expect our test pro to be tiring, but it didn’t stop him recording one of his very longest average carry distances and longest single carry (311 yards) for the day, with the 765. We reckon the performance is explained by how Chris impacted a lot of shots lower in the face which the 765’s been specifically optimised to respond too. The heads unashamedly fuss free and aimed at the better player, there’s no crown graphics or alignment aid, which will float the boat for a small niche of very decent golfers. 

We would never recommend a smaller headed driver to the golfing masses, that would just be irresponsible. But if you’re a fan of slightly smaller headed drivers and have a tendency to hit shots low in the face the 765 is well worth seeking out.  

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Product Information

  • www.srixon.co.uk
  • Lofts: 9.5° / 10.5°
  • Stock shaft: Miyazaki Kaula Mizu 6
  • Adjustable hosel: Yes
  • How much loft change: 12 settings +/- 1deg

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