What we say...
The 4-7 irons have powerful HT1770 maraging steel faces to maximise ball speed and distance, while a softer 431 steel in the 8-SW increases feel and your scoring potential. There’s a Tour V.T. sole to reduce turf interaction which Srixon say helps dispersion and energy transfer, Action Mass Technology will max out your club speed.
We’ve harped on about how good Srixon’s Z355’s are, well the Z155’s are a bigger chunkier and more offset version of them. It’s a look we didn’t want to like as the heads literally dwarf the golf ball at address. But after hitting a good number of shots with them we’ll put our hands up and admit they out performed our expectations. Chris Ryan really liked the feel which is surprising from such a big head. And Simon found he hit shots really cleanly and accurately to a very tight dispersion circle which partly has to be credited to Srixon’s cleverly designed VT sole.
Probably not an iron you’ll pick off the rack and instantly love the look of. But get it out on the range and preferably on a launch monitor and we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised with the numbers.
Availiability: 4-AW (Stock set 5-PW)
Stock shaft: Nippon NS Pro 890 (s) Miyazaki Jinsoku (g)
Seven iron loft and length: 31 deg / 37 deg