Srixon Z 765 Driver Review
Golfshake's Owen Davies heads to the range to hit the brand new Srixon Z 765 driver for the very first time.
Watch his thoughts on the looks, feel and performance of the new Srixon Z 765 Driver and check his stats generated using SkyTrak.
Srixon Z 565 & Z 765 Driver
The Z 565 features a new 460 CC head that optimises and promotes a higher launch, generates more forgiveness and is also equipped with a slight draw bias. With its rounded footprint head and shallow face design, the Z 565 enhances easy playability, inspires more confidence at address and is suitable for a wide range of player abilities. A 10% higher COR area also generates higher ball speeds across the entire face for more distance stability and less dispersion on off-centre hits.
The Z 765 driver is slightly smaller in design and suited to the better player. It features a 445 CC head with a similar footprint to the previous Z 745, but with an increased toe area. It suits golfers with higher swing speeds who are looking for powerful and accurate launch.
- Smaller design with 445 CC head
- Increased toe area
- Rounded footprint and shallow face design enhances easy playability and inspires more confidence at address
- 10% higher COR area generates higher ball speeds across the entire face for more distance stability and less dispersion.
- Ripple Effect – Power Wave Sole absorbs more stress at impact for maximum energy transfer and therefore higher ball speed and increased distance. Stretch Flex Cup Face has been extended farther round the crown and sole to create a 10% larger sweet spot area. Lightweight Crown has allowed for four grams of discretional weight to be repositioned for higher launch and increased club head MOI.
Specifications and pricing
- Loft Options: 9.5 & 10.5
- RRP: £325
- Shaft: Miyazaki Kaula Mizu 6 (R & S)
- Weight 205grams
- Release Date: 01 September 2016
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