Srixon Z 745 Irons

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Experience the ultimate in ball-striking with Srixon Z 745 irons. The muscle cavity design features a thinner topline and more compact shape for a pleasing, traditional look that encourages workability.

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Z 745 Irons

Back in the Game!

Experience the ultimate in ball-striking with Srixon Z 745 irons. The muscle cavity design features a thinner topline and more compact shape for a pleasing, traditional look that encourages workability.

Key Technology

    In the Srixon Z Series, the iron and utility club heads are forged from the highest quality, softest 1020 carbon steel. With a lower carbon content compared to many key competitors, Z iron and utility heads are high-strength while also exceptionally responsive and smooth at impact.
    Tour V.T. Sole
    To enhance turf interaction and trajectory control, Srixon Z 745 irons feature the newly developed Tour V.T. Sole. By increasing leading bounce and decreasing trailing bounce, a “V” is created in the sole profile that has been proven to help tighten shot dispersion. Our tour professionals have raved about the crisp, consistent feel through impact the Tour V.T. Sole provides.
    Double Laser Milling
    This process places two different laser milling patterns on the club face, one parallel to the grooves and another slightly angled. The result is more stable spin performance and more confident distance control from every lie. Tests have proven that iron faces with this unique pattern have closer distance gaps for shots hit in wet and dry conditions than those without it.
    Tungsten Weighting
    The 3-6 irons in both sets feature a strategically positioned tungsten weight in the toe to precisely tune sweet spot position for longer, more forgiving flight in the more difficult-to-hit mid and long irons.


  • Standard Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold
  • Standard Grip: Lamkin UTx Full Cord Red


The product was as advertised and the service was excellent.
The real deal from Srixon!
Beautifully wicked cavity/muscle back irons. Look and feel like a true players club but with cutting edge techno. A+ Srixon

Expert Review

Srixon Z 745 Irons 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

The Srixon Z 745 incorporates a true muscle-cavity design, and is weighted more heel-to-center. Forged from soft 1020 Carbon Steel, the head offers a nice, compact shape with a defined V-cut sole, which Srixon calls a Tour V.T. Sole. The design enhances turf interaction and trajectory control. The V look comes from increasing the leading bounce and decreasing the trailing bounce, and that reduces turf resistance while tightening up shot dispersion.

Who's It For?

Players irons are for touring and club pros, skilled amateurs and traditionalists. While they offer the greatest feel and maneuverability, with a smaller sweet spot than game improvement irons they are also the toughest to hit consistently.

Final Take

The Srixon Z 745 is one of the lowest launching 6 irons that I tried, and one look at the loft specs, I can see why. The Tour V.T. Sole is one of the widest soles of all the players clubs I tested, but it provided me with very clean, thin divots. The top line looks slightly larger than others due to the satin finish. The toe is very rounded and comes to a sharp line where it meets the top line. The offset looks minimal and the head is compact. With some nice forgiveness from the muscle-cavity design I thought the feel was excellent. The Nippon shaft was a little bit light for me, but did not produce a towering ball flight that I tend to see from shafts in this weight category.

Club Tested: 6-Iron; Shaft: Nippon 950; Loft: 28°

Read the 2015 Players Iron Guide


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