Srixon Z 355 Fairway Wood

Srixon Z 355 Fairway Wood

The Srixon Z 355 Fairway Wood with Action Mass Technology has a confidence-inspiring, playable profile to suit the eye of a wide variety of players.
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Z 355 Fairway Wood

Massive Distance Included.

Action Mass Technology

More weight in the head plus an ultra-high balance point Miyazaki shaft help increase ball speed and promote a more consistent, stable swing.

HT1770 Maraging Steel Cup Face

A maraging steel face offers powerful performance on all impact locations for exceptional forgiveness and feel.

Player Type: Game improvement

Launch: Mid-High

Spin: Low

Shaft: Miyazaki Jinsoku

Grip: Srixon by Golf Pride


Srixon Z 355 Fairway Wood Expert Review

Written By: Bob Gomavitz

Player Stats:
  • Age: 57
  • Handicap: 4.6
  • Years Playing Golf: 45
  • Being an absolute equipment junkie, I was approached by to write reviews and share my findings with you. Having been chosen to write a number of Taylormade product reviews for I felt that this is an excellent opportunity to put my knowledge to use.


The Takeaway

Engineered with added head mass and an ultra-high balance point shaft helps increase ball speeds while promoting a more consistent, stable swing. The fast and powerful HT1770 maraging steel face creates an even larger sweet spot. Bigger sweet spot means increased consistency and distance off the tee. The 3 wood features cup face design supported by a 40 gram inner floating bar for higher launch, lower spin trajectory and maximum face flexibility.

Who's It For?

Players of all abilities will find this a playable fairway wood, but it is mostly for the mid-low to higher handicap players that need help elevating the ball off the deck.

Final Take

The Z 355 fairway wood has a much flatter, larger look at address compared to the Z F45 version. This makes it look very easy to hit. The shallower face, light shaft combo produced increased launch angles that I did not see with the Z F45. The face sat slightly closed at address to my eye and produced a nice natural draw from my swing. At times, it was a bit too much, but that was mainly due to increased spin. While the overall distance for me was good it was not as good as the bomber Z F45 model.

Club Tested: 3-Wood; Shaft: Miyazaki Jinsoku; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 15°

Read the 2016 Fairway Woods Guide
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