Srixon Z155 Irons Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 5 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • RRP £499.00

What we say...

Tech:

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.   

 

Our verdict:

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.        

 

Bottom line:

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.

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Product Information

www.srixon.co.uk

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

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