ZX Mk II
WHAT IT DOES: Because of their tendency to launch high and favor a drawing ball flight, hybrids have started to slip out of fashion for some elite players. But Srixon’s hybrids always have favored the games of better players, and this version stays true to that objective. Srixon got feedback from its tour staff, and what they wanted was a compact shape and the elimination of the step-down-crown design of previous versions. On the sole, subtle cavities in the heel and toe area improve turf interaction, and the heel notch helps the head maintain a square face angle across a variety of lies.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Of course, a tour focus doesn’t mean this hybrid is built with all the face-flexing power of a muscle-back blade. On the contrary, the high-strength steel face is thinner than past Srixon hybrids to provide a little extra ball speed. Perhaps even more impressively, the company incorporates its driver technology in its hybrid faces. That structure has alternating flexible and rigid regions around the face, crown and sole to generate more power and improve energy transfer at impact. Average players will appreciate how its deeper, lower center of gravity improves control and accuracy. Read more >>
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