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So, please pardon our mess over the next five days or so while we transition the forums.

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New Srixon ZX 7 driver spotted @ 2020 Pinnacle Bank (Korn Ferry)



  • J13J13 Dad golf MarylandMembers  16625WRX Points: 1,625Handicap: +1.6Posts: 16,625 Titanium Tees
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    I think the problem is they don't have anyone designed the drivers outside of R&D. That's the problem. I doubt they spend much though on R&D outside the ball which is great.

    Driver     -     Cobra SZ Xtreme 9* w/ Aldila RIPX 75TX
    3W         -     Taylormade SIM Ti 15* w/ Aldila RIP Alpha 80X
    Hybrid   -      Callaway Mavrik Pro 20* w/ Project X evnflow black 85X
    Utility     -     Callaway Xforged 24* / Mitsubishi MMT 125TX
    Irons      -      Honma 737V / Mitsubishi MMT 125TX
    Wedges -      Callaway MD5 50S, 54S, MD4 60C
    Putter    -      Odyssey Versa 6
    Ball        -      Srixon Zstar XV

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  • kmck15kmck15 Members  59WRX Points: 48Posts: 59 Bunkers
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    Looking at this again and just wondering. I have no idea who the guy in the picture is; does he play the hzrdus red or is that a "made for" stock shaft that is built to match the club?


    Titleist 917 d2 10.5- Evenflow T1100 65x
    Titleist 917 f3 14.25
    - AD-DI 7x
    TM TP UDI 20*- Hzrdus Smoke Black 6.5 100
    Srixon 565 (4-pw)- DG x100
    Cleveland RTX 4.0 (51 Mid,56 Mid,60 Low)- DG TI s400
    2019 Phantom X 5.5/ 2017 Newport 2.5/ Nike Method Origin B2-01

  • vmanvman Members  1404WRX Points: 250Handicap: ProPosts: 1,404 Platinum Tees
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    Nice looking driver. Some harsh comments about the sole but are there any soles out there that look really good?

    SRIXON Z565 4-P
    CLEVELAND RTX4 48*, 54*, 60*
  • jas904jas904 Members  1593WRX Points: 224Handicap: 1.4Posts: 1,593 Platinum Tees
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    This could be the most un-WRX thing to say. I could care less what the bottom of the driver looks like. Look from the top matters some, but for me, all that really matters is performance. I'll continue to test as much as I can get my hands on and when I find something that beats out the performance of my gamer then I'll buy it, even if the sole design is "ugly".

    TaylorMade M4 8.5, Aldila Rogue White 130 M.S.I. 60S
    TaylorMade M3 15, HZRDUS Black 75S
    Callaway XR Pro 20, Project X LZ S
    Srixon Z765 4-PW, KBS TGI 95 hs x1
    Ping Glide 3.0 50 & 56 SS, KBS TGI 95 hs x1
    Ping Glide 3.0 60 TS, KBS TGI 95
    Ping Ketsch Armlock, BGT Stability
  • bigeasybigeasy Bigeasy Members  1222WRX Points: 150Handicap: 5.5Posts: 1,222 Platinum Tees
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    Nice looking driver, best one I've seen from Srixon

    Ping G410 LST 10.5 Ping tour 65S
    Callaway Epic Flash 3 wood Mitsubishi Tensi Blue
    Taylormade M1 19* hybrid
    PingI25 ZZ65 4-pw
    Titleist SM6F Grind 50*, SM7 M Grind 55* SM6 59* S Grind S-300
    Scotty Cameron GoLo 3 Super Stroke 2.0
    Bridgestone B XS
    USGA Handicap 6.2
    GolfPride MCC Plus 4 and Tour Velvet Plus 4

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  • JifmoliJifmoli Vanuatu/Solomon IslandsMembers  68WRX Points: 62Handicap: 22Posts: 68 Bunkers
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    Sole looks fine to me, certainly a **** sight better than my M2. Not that I care, only address matters regarding looks. I don't even put headcovers on while playing so see the clubs all the time. Nice looking club overall and a great brand.

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  • mrmikeacmrmikeac Members  824WRX Points: 738Handicap: 4.0 Posts: 824 Golden Tee
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    The sole design on my G410 is uglier than sin yet it still out performs every single driver out on the market for me

    Driver: Ping G410 Plus, 9 Degree Head, Weight Neutral, Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei Orange 60 S
    3 Wood: Tour Edge Exotics CBX 119, 15 Degrees, Project X Evenflow Blue 6.0
    3 Hybrid: Tour Edge Exotics CBX 119, 20 Degrees, Project X Evenflow Blue 6.0
    4-PW: TaylorMade P760, Nippon Pro Modus Tour 120 X
    50 Degree: Titleist Vokey SM8, Jet Black, F Grind, 12 Degree Bounce, Nippon Pro Modus 125 Wedge Flex
    54 Degree: Titleist Vokey SM8, Jet Black, D Grind, 12 Degree Bounce, Nippon Pro Modus 125 Wedge Flex
    58 Degree: Titleist Vokey SM8, Jet Black, K Grind, 14 Degree Bounce, Nippon Pro Modus 125 Wedge Flex
    Putter: L.A.B. Golf B.2 Putter/Odyssey Stroke Lab Ten 
    Ball: Srixon Z Star/Bridgestone Tour B XS 
  • tigerstudent08tigerstudent08 New OrleansMembers, Paid BST  64WRX Points: 25Posts: 64 Bunkers
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    A lot of people discussing the shallow

    looking face. That’s a tour issue driver that is pictured. If you compare the current Srixon driver with a tour issue one you will see the tour issue driver is not nearly as deep of a face. It looks like it’s been flattened compared to the standard driver head. Look for the one that hits the shelves to be significantly deeper.

  • spook29spook29 Members  92WRX Points: 43Posts: 92 Fairways
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    I agree. Sole looks perfectly fine to me. And I bet it will look even better in person. Srixon keep it classy.

  • GC70GC70 What's Next? State of HockeyClubWRX  7979WRX Points: 415Handicap: 7.1Posts: 7,979 Titanium Tees
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    Sim Max 9.75* GD IZ 6s
    TS 17* 

    SM8 52F-56D-60M
    Nike 006 Paul Casey Proto (Oven)
    Nike 006 Rory Proto (Oven)
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  • Orange HogOrange Hog Members  390WRX Points: 66Handicap: 12Posts: 390 Greens
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    I wouldn't say it's the best or worst looking driver on the sole I've ever seen. While I love Srixon I have to agree with the comments that shop appeal is lacking. It really is sad to say that because Srixon is probably the most underrated brand in the industry IMO. I just hope the new irons look amazing because if they don't then this whole release could end up being a flop.


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