Srixon Z 585 Driver

Srixon Z 585 Driver

The Z 585 driver is 460cc with shaping and weighting that promote higher, straighter drives plus added forgiveness on off-center impacts.
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Srixon Z 585 Driver

The Z 585 driver is 460cc with shaping and weighting that promote higher, straighter drives plus added forgiveness on off-center impacts.

Ti51AF Cup Face

Stronger, lighter, and faster: our new Ti51AF Cup Face produces exceptional ball speed for greater distance.

Lightweight Carbon

A lightweight carbon crown moves mass to the perimeter for more forgiving, more accurate drives.


  • Stock Shaft: Project X HZRDUS Red 65

Written By: Keith Schneider

Player Stats:
  • Age: 33
  • Handicap: 8.4
  • Years Playing Golf: 19
  • WITB:
  • Driver: Callaway Rogue Sub Zero 10.5° Project X Even Flow Blue 75 X-Stiff
  • Wood: Titleist 910 Fd 15° (tuned to 14.25°) 42.25" Diamana 'Ahina 82 Stiff
  • 2-Iron: Mizuno MP-18 MMC Fli-Hi KBS Tour C Taper Lite Stiff 1° weak 1.5°
  • upright Irons: Mizuno MP-68 +1/2" Dynamic Gold S300 Stiff 2°
  • upright Wedge: Titleist Vokey SM5 54° Dynamic Gold S200 S
  • Grind Wedge: Titleist Vokey Wedge Works 60° Dynamic Gold S200 K Grind; Titleist Vokey SM5 62° Dynamic Gold S200 T
  • Grind Putter: Titleist 2015 GoLo3 35"; Odyssey White Hot Pro #9 36"
  • Balls: Titleist ProV1/ProV1x; TaylorMade Tour Preferred/Tour Preferred X; Callaway Chrome Soft X


The Z 585 offers added forgiveness and promotes a higher launch. 

The Cup Face is built from Ti51AF Titanium, which Srixon says is a lighter, stronger alloy that can be stretched so the face wraps around the crown and sole. By stretching the face around the crown and sole it allows greater flex and ball speeds.

The latest manufacturer to incorporate a carbon crown, Srixon has used the weight savings from the crown to improve heel-toe MOI by redistributing that weight around the perimeter. An interchangeable weight on the sole along with the adjustable loft and lie sleeve will give players the ultimate ability to dial in their set up and swing weight. Srixon wants players to work with their swing characteristics, not fight them.


The only Z 585 driver available was a regular flex, so in the interest of providing accurate information, I did not hit it. It did have a bit more of a modern look to it, and the main difference is the weight positioning. If you have trouble elevating the ball off the tee with your driver, check out the Z 585 driver.

After my session at the range, I headed over to Pro Golf Discount in Bellevue, Washington to take a look at the numbers on a GC2 Launch Monitor.

Based on the numbers, the Srixon driver isn’t the longest I’ve tested, and while the ball speed numbers might have been a few mph less than the Titleist TS drivers, they were pretty much in-line with the Rogue.

I think with some fine tuning I’d be able to raise up my launch angle a degree or two and really dial this driver in to an optimal launch condition. The dispersion was excellent and as a longer hitter, I could feel comfortable sacrificing a few yards of distance for increased accuracy off the tee.

One thing to note is the sound. Often times drivers and woods with a carbon crown can produce almost a plasticky sound to them, but the Z 785 driver had a pleasant, almost traditional, driver sound to it.

As I said above, Srixon is going all out with this year’s launch, and that is evidenced by their stock shaft offerings. You won’t find much better stock options than the Project X Handcrafted HZRDUS series......More

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