Srixon have forged a reputation over the years as being one of the finest club manufacturers around, particularly with their iron ranges which are among the best looking and performing on the market.
The new ZX4 irons follow on from the other ZX irons which were launched last summer, and are a fully hollow, face-forged set which are the most forgiving in the Srixon family.
The idea behind the ZX4 is that you get the same look and feel of a normal forged iron, along with a 'sharp address view and mid-sized profile' for a friendly profile with technologies under the hood that really pack a punch.
Each iron head is hollow which means that even if you don't hit it quite out of the centre of the face, you still get an easy, high launch which stays on line better.
There's premium, high-density tungsten added to the base of the mid and long irons which lowers the CG, again making these irons easy to launch.
The ZX4's have a forged HT1770 steel face which is both strong and light, increasing face flex at impact to improve ball speeds and distance.
The back of each ZX4 face features MainFrame technology, which is milled into a variable thickness pattern that maximises COR for added ball speed and distance.
The MainFrame was generated using artificial intelligence and machine learning, as a result of thousands of different simulations to find the optimal face design.
The new Srixon ZX4 irons mark a new revolution in forgiveness for Srixon. The irons include a fully hollow construction with wide soles for getting the centre of gravity extremely low and providing maximum forgiveness from the turf. The ZX4 irons accomplish this in addition to MainFrame technology, Tour V.T Soles, tungsten weighting, and the look and feel expected with Srixon ZX irons.
Joe Miller, Product Manager at Srixon Sports Europe
The irons feature a Tour V.T. Sole like the rest of the ZX range which aids with better turf interaction and improved feel at impact.
They also feature Srixon's sole notches which come as a direct influence of tour player feedback, and have more shaped areas in the toe and heel of the head to improve workability without compromising forgiveness levels.
The ZX4 Irons are available in the UK and Ireland from 20th March 2021 and will be priced at £899 (5-PW) with steel shafts, and £999 with graphite shafts.
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