ZX7 Mk II / ZX5 Mk II / ZX5 LS Mk II
WHAT IT DOES: Driver design involves much more than the use of a special titanium in the face that allows it to flex better. Srixon’s engineers know that the key to making a more flexible face is to get the rest of the body to contribute at impact. That’s why there’s an accordion-like system of stiff and flexible regions surrounding the face along the top line, crown and sole.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Srixon strives to make a better driver without resorting to a carbon-composite crown, and it starts with a special titanium alloy in the face that maximizes energy. A thin titanium crown—thinner than a greeting card—saves additional mass on top. All of this contributes to a body with stiff and flexible regions that surround the face and work into the crown and sole. Read more>>
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ZX7 Mk II
ZX5 Mk II
ZX5 LS Mk II
|Models||Loft||Adjustable||Head Material||Weight||Shaft||Shaft Flex||Dexterity||Price|
|ZX7 Mk II||9.5, 10.5||Yes||$500.00|
|ZX5 Mk II||9.5, 10.5||Yes||$500.00|
|ZX5 LS Mk II||8.5, 9.5, 10.5||Yes||$500.00|
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