Srixon ZX7 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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What’s different in this model is the “PureFrame” design in which mass is forged into the clubhead behind the hitting area. That added thickness, determined by studying the iron impact patterns of the company’s tour staff, reduces face flex by 12 percent, providing the distance control of a muscle-back blade iron with more than a hint of forgiveness. A shorter blade height enhances control, allowing players the ability to flight short-iron shots lower. Turf interaction—always a priority for Srixon with irons—is enhanced with notches on the heel and toe areas of the sole that reduce resistance when exiting the turf.

  • A lower blade height allows players to flight short-iron shots lower.
  • Short irons have deeper grooves spaced closer together for added spin.
  • The sole design helps maintain clubhead speed on fat shots.
  • 7-iron: 32 degrees; PW: 46 degrees


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