Srixon ZX Fairway wood

ClubTest 2021: Srixon ZX fairway wood

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For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 19 new fairway woods to help you find the right one for your game. (For more on our testing process, click here.) Below are the results for the Srixon ZX fairway wood. You can find the full list of fairway woods and test results here.

Srixon ZX

13.5˚, 15˚, 18˚, 21˚

Our take: The ZX woods are made to be just as at home off the tee as they are on the fairway, as they tout big distance and forgiveness. According to one tester, “These woods have a great pop sound and make it easy to get the ball airborne. The ball jumps off the face in a hurry.” The stepped crown may take some getting used to if you prefer sleekly shaped woods, but you’ll soon dismiss it when you see the ball fly long and straight.

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Srixon ZX Fairway Wood

$269.99
OUR TAKE: The ZX Fairway Woods are made to be just as at home off the tee as they are the fairway as it touts big distance and forgiveness. According to our testers, “These woods have a great pop sound and make it easy to get the ball airborne. The ball jumps of the face in a hurry.” The stepped crown may take some getting used too if you prefer sleekly shaped woods, but you’ll soon dismiss it when you see the ball fly long and straight. THE DETAILS: Like the driver bearing the same namesake, the ZX Fairway Wood shave a carbon crown and Rebound Frame for both added power and a raised MOI for more forgiveness. That said, these woods are designed to be workable off the tee and fairway, hence the low-spin, penetrating launch angle. Underneath, the Cannon Sole has a forward-facing weight pad, further enhancing launch conditions and bolstering ballspeed. Check out 150+ reviews from our gear experts in the ClubTest 2021 collection.
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The details: Like the driver bearing the same name, the ZX fairways have a carbon crown and rebound frame for both added power and a raised MOI for more forgiveness.

That said, these woods are designed to be workable off the tee and fairway, hence the low-spin, penetrating launch angle. Underneath, the Cannon sole has a forward-facing weight pad, further enhancing launch conditions and bolstering ball speed.

Where to buy it: Click here. Or better yet, get fit for the fairway wood by the experts at our sister company, True Spec Golf.

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