Srixon Z-RW Driver

Srixon Z-RW Driver

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Srixon Z-RW $299, graphite srixon.com WE TESTED: 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5°, 11.5° in Fujikura SV3014 graphite shaft COMPANY LINE: "The 'starburst power face' creates more uniform clubface deformation at impact, which increases the effective sweet area for more forgiveness and distance on off center hits. The face has a 4-zone design, where bulge and roll differs in four different zones, to control sidespin." OUR TEST PANEL SAYS: • Pros: Pleasing feel and feedback rate as high as any club tested; nice combo of neutral aesthetics plus playability; more substantial than other clubs while swinging, like it's an extension of your arm; center shots are very gratifying; misses are well-disguised; red-and black color scheme looks powerful; better players often see an easy draw; ball jumps off face; good players can turn it both directions; a sound, reliable instrument; flies on a low, strong trajectory without ballooning. • Cons: Mid-handicappers find that misses can be magnified; may not get a look by some due its lack of name recognition, but it's worth a try. "So much feedback I could feel the dimples. After two or three shots, I just knew I'd hit it well every time."—Shelby Yastrow (7) Rate and review this club in the GOLF.com Equipment Finder
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From Golf Magazine (ClubTest, January 2008)

WE TESTED: 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5°, 11.5° in Fujikura SV3014 graphite shaft

COMPANY LINE: "The 'starburst power face' creates more uniform clubface deformation at impact, which increases the effective sweet area for more forgiveness and distance on off center hits. The face has a 4-zone design, where bulge and roll differs in four different zones, to control sidespin."

OUR TEST PANEL SAYS:
Pros: Pleasing feel and feedback rate as high as any club tested; nice combo of neutral aesthetics plus playability; more substantial than other clubs while swinging, like it's an extension of your arm; center shots are very gratifying; misses are well-disguised; red-and black color scheme looks powerful; better players often see an easy draw; ball jumps off face; good players can turn it both directions; a sound, reliable instrument; flies on a low, strong trajectory without ballooning.

Cons: Mid-handicappers find that misses can be magnified; may not get a look by some due its lack of name recognition, but it's worth a try.

"So much feedback I could feel the dimples. After two or three shots, I just knew I'd hit it well every time." – Shelby Yastrow (7)

$299, graphite srixon

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