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Coming to a Srixon Dealer near you on September on September 18th - the new Srixon Z 335 line of irons and woods!

 

Here's the official stuff from Srixon:

 

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA - August 13, 2015 - Srixon® is excited to announce the introduction of the new Z 355™ line of woods and irons, the latest addition to the Srixon Z Series™ golf clubs used by elite professional staffers such as Graeme McDowell, Keegan Bradley and Hideki Matsuyama.

Like all Z Series clubs, Z 355 offers tour-influenced performance, real innovation and stunning design. What separates Z 355 is that every club is engineered to maximize the golfer's swing consistency, and the key technology that promotes this performance is Action Massâ„¢.

"As a brand Dedicated to Improving Your Game, we ask ourselves every day: What truly helps golfers get better? What technologies would actually improve upon game-improvement," said Chris Beck, Srixon Brand Manager. "Our extensive swing testing revealed that the most effective club design for consistently making successful golf swings is by strategically moving more weight into the club head and raising the balance point of the shaft."

All Srixon Z 355 clubs - the driver, fairway, hybrid and irons - incorporate Action Mass to deliver incredible consistency with maximum distance and forgiveness. Z 355 clubs will be available for pre-booking on Friday, September 4, 2015, and will launch in North America on Friday, September 18, 2015. 

Z 355 Driver
Designed for massive distance, the Srixon Z 355 driver features Action Mass technology, which combines a higher head weight (211 grams) with an ultra-high balance point Miyazaki® Jinsoku™ shaft to help increase ball speed while promoting a more consistent, stable swing for players seeking maximum distance and forgiveness. The Z 355 driver's 450 cc club head features QTS™ Adjustability, which offers 12 unique settings for loft, lie and face angle. A fast and powerful 6-4 Ti cup face creates an even larger sweet spot for increased consistency and distance off the tee. Available in men's lofts of 9.5°, 10.5° and 12.0° (10.5° and 12.0° available in both RH and LH options) and women's lofts of 12.0° and HL (15.0°), the Z 355™ drivers have a minimum advertised price (MAP) of $349.99. Click here to check out the Z 355 driver.

 

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Z 355 Fairway
Srixon's new Z 355 fairway wood also features Action Mass technology, which combines a higher head weight with an ultra-high balance point Miyazaki Jinsoku shaft in each of the four different lofts. The higher MOI head design is designed with a shallower profile to promote easier launch. A fast and powerful HT1770 maraging steel face creates a larger sweet spot for increased consistency and distance from the fairway or off the tee. The 3-wood features a powerful cup face design and a forward-positioned 40-gram inner floating bar, which promotes a higher launch, lower spin trajectory with maximum face flexibility. Available for men in 3W (15.0°), 4W (17.0°), 5W (19.0°) and 7W (22.0°), with the 3W and 5W available in both RH and LH. Women's options include 3W (15.0°), 5W (19.0°) and 7W (22.0°). The Z 355 fairway woods have a MAP of $229.99. Click here to check out the Z 355 Fairways

 

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Z 355 Hybrid
The new Srixon Z 355 hybrids integrate Action Mass technology in playable head profiles designed to fit a wide variety of players and optimize shot versatility. A higher head weight with an ultra-high balance point Miyazaki Jinsoku shaft help increase ball speed and promote a more consistent, stable swing for players seeking maximum distance and forgiveness. The HT1770 maraging steel face creates a larger sweet spot for increased consistency and distance. Available for men in 3H (19.0°), 4H (23.0°) and 5H (26.0°) - all in both RH and LH - and for women in 4H (23.0°) and 5H (26.0°), RH only. The Z 355 hybrids have a MAP of $199.99. Click here to check out the Z 355 Hybrid.

 

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Z 355 Irons
Developed with the sole objective of consistency, the Srixon Z 355 irons are packed with technology designed to deliver incredible distance and increased accuracy. The Z 355 irons feature Action Mass technology, which combines higher head weights with one of two premium ultra-high balance point shaft options - the Miyazaki Jinsoku graphite offering, and the Nippon® NS Pro® 950GH DST steel option. Both options are engineered to help promote a more consistent, stable swing on every club. The class-leading Tour V.T. Sole™, which has been one of the most buzzed about technology inside the ropes, has been enhanced for the Z 355 and delivers more consistent turf interaction. A two-piece construction in the 4-7 irons (maraging steel face, 17-4 steel body), and one-piece construction in 8-A (431 steel) offers full set playability and versatility. Available in men's (RH and LH) and women's (RH only) options, the Z 355 irons have a MAP of $899.99 (8pc graphite) and $799.99 (8pc steel). Click here to check out the Z 355 irons.

 

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I really like the products they're putting out this year! Currently in the possession of a set of the Z545 irons and also the Z745 irons. Interested in seeing how the V Sole plays!

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My first real look at any of the offerings from them. Would be really interested to see how they play. Like the dark, almost muted, color scheme on the irons. Like the driver look, but not the sole graphics. 

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wow - two of these stand out for me... the Z-355 fairway wood (pspecifically the 5- and 7-woods) and the Z-355 irons. Is the intention that these will replace the Z545s? or is this supposed to fit somewhere else in the line-up?

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wow - two of these stand out for me... the Z-355 fairway wood (pspecifically the 5- and 7-woods) and the Z-355 irons. Is the intention that these will replace the Z545s? or is this supposed to fit somewhere else in the line-up?

 

From the looks of things these may fit more into the GI category compared to the 545's -- they're not forged and are lower priced.

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From the looks of things these may fit more into the GI category compared to the 545's -- they're not forged and are lower priced.

 

Well, they look good - it would be really interesting to see how these compare to the competition... watch this space I guess??? ;)

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