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2019 Z-Forged Irons – Srixon Golf

Introducing the new Srixon Z-Forged irons, a classic, muscle-back blade that golf purists will love. Srixon designed and crafted these new blades for their Tour-level players, as well as highly skilled amateurs, and it’s easy to see why Tour pros like Keegan Bradley and Hideki Matsuyama are so in love with them.

Srixon Z-Forged IronThe Srixon Z-Forged irons are shaped from a single billet of soft 1020 carbon steel, giving them an exceptional, buttery feel when struck. This ultimate blade iron offers crisp feedback that makes you feel like you have total control over your swing and shot.

Upon first seeing the irons, you’ll be drawn to their signature double-curve design which features two sharp lines at the back of the club, one from the toe and one from the heel, which Srixon says is inspired by the crash of smooth yet unrelenting waves.

And to provide users with even more consistent ball striking than previous models, they’ve redesigned the Tour V.T. Sole, which features a unique V-shaped design that promotes the ultimate smooth interaction between club and grass. However, this same sole doesn’t sacrifice any of the workability and shop-shaping capabilities golfers love in Srixon irons.

The classic shaping, combined with the soft feel of the 1020 carbon steel and the updated Tour V.T. Sole help create a true player’s iron that can be used to shape any kind of shot you see, from baby fades to high-soft draws into that back-left pin placement.

Srixon Z-Forged Irons“You look down at these irons and you’ll get that address profile everyone dreams of, but the blade length is just right,” said major champion Keegan Bradley. “They’re begging you to hit them.”

The new Srixon Z-Forged irons come in a set of 3-PW, with Nippon Modus 3120 steel shafts and Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 grips.

Custom orders, like split sets, are also available, where a combination of 3-6 in the Srixon 785 are combined with 7-PW in the Z-Forged for a fully customized set of irons.