The Srixon ZX Mk II irons have been released to deliver best-in-class performance and incredible feel, as well as being fast and pure.
The ZX7 Mk II irons are designed for the best ball-strikers in the world. They are for true players with great feel and the new PureFrame enhances the feel by reducing unwanted vibrations.
PureFrame is forged into the body of the iron as an 80% thicker portion of 1020 carbon steel. The result is a soft yet solid feeling at impact and these irons certainly suit the better players.
The rest of the ZX Mk II range features the second generation of Srixon's MainFrame technology. MainFrame is a variable thickness pattern of grooves, channels and cavities milled to the backside of the ZX4, ZX5 and ZX Mk II utility iron faces.
This not only boosts ball speed but also repositions mass away from the face and into the toe. This creates more forgiveness and consistency for every shot.
A mainstay of the Srixon iron design is the Tour V.T. Sole and popular sole notches. The V-Shaped design of the Tour V.T. Sole maintains clubhead speed through impact. The sole notches lessen drag by reducing the amount of surface area that contacts the ground to improve shot versatility.
To round out the new iron lineup, Srixon has introduced the Z-Forged II, a muscle back blade iron with player-preferred shaping that gives a great feel and precise control.
The Z-Forged II features a sharp address profile, forged construction and a highly workable sole design for skilled players who want a forged feel and stunning looks.
Here is the rundown of the new Srixon ZX MK II irons which will be launched on March 1.
Mk II Irons – ZX4, ZX5, ZX7 and Z Forged II:
- Individual Graphite: £184
- Individual Steel: £167
- 6-piece set (6/PW) Graphite: £1,099
- 6-piece set (6/PW) Steel: £999
ZX Mk II Utility Irons:
- Graphite: £229
- Steel: £219