Srixon Z 545 Irons
By S. Dee Davis
The new Z 545 satin-finish irons from Srixon would be best suited to mid-handicappers, and their look is super, even if its performance doesn’t quite match it’s style. The distance control was good, and distance was decent, but not in the extreme category. We liked the consistency and feel, and the solid looking clubhead allows you to go after even golf balls buried in the rough. We liked the scoring clubs better than the longer irons, but the longer irons performed well on tight lies and out of fairway bunkers. Features a SUP10 steel face and a soft, ultra-premium 1020 carbon steel body for a smooth feel. The Tour V.T. Sole enhances turf interaction and trajectory control, which we noticed and loved.
- 3-PW set runs about $999.00
- Launch: mid-high, stock True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts
- Lamkin UTx Full Cord Red grips
- Double laser milling on face, produces two different patterns for better spin.
Gorgeous and solid feel
Great performance on tighter lies
Nice distance control
Distance is average
For players of all abilities
|As an avid golfer and tennis player for most of his life, he enjoys researching the latest in golf and tennis technology as well as analyzing his own game. He has been a writer and reviewer for a dozen years… See more about S. Dee Davis|