Srixon Z-Steel Fairway Woods
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Here’s the situation. You just hit a great tee shot on that Par 5 that’s always been just out of range in 2. Then you look in your bag and see the new Srixon Z-Steel Fairway Woods and they’re screaming at you to throw caution (or grass) to the wind and have a rip at the green. You should probably listen to them.
- Maraging Steel used in the Z-Steel is stronger than conventional stainless steel
- Which means that the engineers could make a thinner, lighter face and use the weight savings to further lower and deepen the
- Shaft: Proprietary Srixon SV-300SJ
User Ratings & Reviews
I have been tinkering with golf clubs all my life. And nothing in fairway woods even comes close to the z-steel from Srixon. The driver is a keeper too. Although my old Hi-Bore is just a little longer. I have the strong 3 [12.5] and the 5 wood. This 5 goes as far as most 3 woods .The 3 is longer than most drivers I have hit. Slowing my swing produces a draw. Easy tempo is the key. I really don't try to work the ball because both clubs are usually
dead on. So.why mess with it? Very good looking,sound gr
THROWADART (Las Vegas, NV)
Handicap 10 - 15
Frequently asked questions about
If you hit this fairway wood good,do you think you would get more height or distance out of it?thanks.
03/13/2009 1:51 PM
The answer is both! They go hand in hand together. That's why so many companies taught High Launch clubs or balls. More carry, etc.....More height should translate into more distance.
I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
03/16/2009 12:58 PM
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