Z 785/Z 585
Our Review:When you’re in search of ball speed, it helps to have the exclusive use of a super-strong titanium alloy. This strength allows the face to be designed thinner so it can flex more for maximum ball speed. Both models here feature a cupface design in which the face extends around the crown and sole. That construction creates more thin areas on the perimeter to increase flexing. The Z 785 has an adjustable hosel and is geared for better players. The Z 585 features more forgiveness and produces a higher launch angle. Both have a lightweight carbon-fiber crown.
Specs: Z 785: 9.5, 10.5 (adjustable +/- 1 degree); Z 585: 9.5/10.5 (not adjustable)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowThis club had some of the lowest variability from shot to shot.
midI liked how you feel the mis-hits but don’t see any real change in performance.
highI found the 585’s draw bias quite helpful. Allows you to go after it without fear of losing it right.