Srixon launches forgiving ZX4 irons


Srixon’s new ZX4 irons boast a fully hollow, face-forged design that brings an extra level of forgiveness to its irons range, while maintaining the brand’s signature look and forged feel.

Hollow from short to long iron, ZX4 irons offer the freedom to strike the ball across a wider portion of the face while still enjoying shots that launch high and straight.

High-density tungsten positioned in the base of ZX4’s long and mid irons lowers the centre of gravity significantly, producing a high-launch profile. The forged steel face is strong and light, increasing face-flex at impact for enhanced speed and distance. And a 431 steel body absorbs vibrations for softer feel.

The ZX4 irons also feature Srixon’s new MainFrame technology, a unique face design that increases ball speed on every shot. Milled into the back of each  face, MainFrame is a variable thickness pattern made up of grooves, channels, and cavities. This pattern maximizes COR for more ball speed and enhanced distance. The engineering team used artificial intelligence and machine learning to develop the unique face pattern, with computers running thousands of simulations before settling on the fastest design.

The unique Tour VT Sole gives ZX4 smoother turf interaction and improved impact feel. The V-shaped sole glides smoothly through turf, even if you strike slightly behind the ball.

Like all ZX irons, ZX4 also feature the resurgence of Srixon’s popular sole notches. Enjoyed by Tour players, these heel and toe notches enhance iron workability without sacrificing forgiveness.

On sale from March 20, the ZX4 irons have an RRP of £899/£999 (st/gr) for a six-club set (4-SW options available).

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