Srixon ZX4 Mk II/ZX5 Mk II/ZX5 Mk II Iron

Four new Srixon Z-series irons aim to give different classes of players help with the things that matter to them most while still providing a fairly classic shape that all demand. The muscle-back blade Z-Forged II and ZX7 Mk II place an emphasis on consistency and feel while the ZX5 Mk II provides more distance technology. The ZX4 Mk II is distance driven as well, but with more forgiveness features. A matching utility iron also is available.

$171 per iron for all four models. $1,368 for set of 8. The ZX Mk II utility irons are $240 each.


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Arguably the most technologically advanced iron in Srixon’s line, the ZX4 Mk II brings all the power one could want. The cast, multipiece hollow-body iron features a forged high-strength steel face insert that has the ball coming out of the blocks like an Olympic sprinter. That’s not just from the springy metal though. Srixon used a supercomputer to simulate thousands of impacts, and a variable-thickness face pattern was milled into the backside of the face insert to maximize ball speed.The long and middle irons—to the 7-iron—have wider and shallower grooves, and the grooves in the short irons are narrower and deeper to optimize spin.

  • Sole width is slimmer to be more in line with ZX5 Mk II to make blending sets easier.
  • Tungsten in the toe area of the long and middle irons optimizes CG location and increases stability.
  • A forged high-strength steel face insert creates more deformation at impact.
  • 7-iron: 28.5 degrees; PW: 43 degrees


Some irons in this category go heavy on the distance and light on the players. This one is the right combination of both. A slim hosel provides a pleasing visual at address, and the offset produces a natural flow through the set—both small enhancements better players will appreciate. The face has plenty of sizzle thanks to the use of a forged SUP10 steel plate featuring a variable-thickness pattern of grooves, channels and cavities milled into the back of the iron face to maximize rebound at impact.

  • The 8-iron through pitching wedge have a shorter blade height to assist shotmaking
  • The KBS Tour Lite stock shaft is lightweight enough to help you speed through the impact zone.
  • 7-iron: 31 degrees; PW: 44 degrees


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