Srixon Z 785 Driver
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Srixon Z 785 Driver
The Z 785 driver is 460cc with a tour preferred look and profile. It promotes the low-spin, penetrating trajectory that better players demand off the tee.
Ti51AF Cup Face
Stronger, lighter, and faster: our new Ti51AF Cup Face produces exceptional ball speed for greater distance.
A lightweight carbon crown moves mass to the perimeter for more forgiving, more accurate drives.
Quick Tune System
Effortlessly adjust loft and swing weight with the Quick Tune Adjustment and Customization System.
- Stock Shaft: Project X HZRDUS Black 65 - Hand Crafted
Written By: Keith Schneider
The Z 785 is designed for better players who want to work the ball.
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.
After a bit of a warm-up, I started with the 9.5-degree Srixon Z 785 driver using a Project X HZRDUS Black 65 6.5 shaft. Immediately, this driver reminded me of a classic player’s club. Its pronounced pear shape at address suited my eye nicely and even at 460cc had a more compact feel to it than the Z 585 driver.
The look of the fading carbon crown is nice and helps the alignment aid stand out. I have the HZRDUS Black shaft in my 3-wood and love the clean look it gives when at address. This driver does really well to limit the distractions.
Like all new clubs it took me a moment to find my groove with the Z 785 driver, but once I did, it was solid! What I enjoyed most was the ability to work the ball both left and right with relative ease.
One thing to note is the sound. The Z 785 driver had a pleasant, almost traditional, driver sound to it......More