ClubTest ‘Best in Show’: Sharp-looking Srixon irons that don’t disappoint
Covid-19 may have put any purchasing ideas you had in March on hold. Now, it’s game on, and time to reassess your equipment needs. So, we’ve compiled the “Best in Show” from ClubTest 2020 to give you a refresher. These clubs are bold and beautiful, like the game itself. In this edition, we highlight Srixon’s latest irons.
Why We Love Them
Srixon Z585 irons
You’re that guy who wants the sports-car look but a reliable engine and roominess, too. Here’s your iron. The Z585 adds extra yardage thanks to its Speed Groove, but it’s compact enough to pass as a player’s iron. It’s precision forged, so it feels and acts like one, too.
Srixon Z585 irons$142/club
Srixon Z785 irons
Shane Lowry won the 2019 Open Championship at Royal Portrush with a masterly display of shot-making, and these are his irons of choice. Forged for unimpeded feel, the Z785s have a lower heel-toe moment of inertia, so if you’ve got the chops, these irons will let you work the ball to your heart’s delight.
Srixon Z785 irons$142/club
Why I Play Them
“These irons were a big reason why I won the Open last year. You need to trust your clubs. I know whenever I have these in my hands, I’ve got a good chance to knock it tight or put it in the right spot. The 585 gives me more forgiveness at the top of my set, while the 785 has a look and feel I really like. And they really go through the ground nicely, too.” — 2019 Open champion Shane Lowry
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