SRIXON ZX5 MK II DRIVER OVERVIEW
The Srixon ZX5 MK II driver is the more forgiving of the two drivers in the lineup.
It is aimed more towards the higher handicap player, but that’s not to say a low handicap or even tour player can’t use it either.
It has a larger footprint compared to the previous model. It also features a flattened shape, and higher skirt. It has a single adjustable 8g rear weight placed low and deep to help with launch and forgiveness. The ZX5 MK II driver combines loads of forgiveness, great looks, and awesome feel into a driver that Srixon says is their most forgiving driver they have ever made.
The Srixon ZX5 MK II driver has some really good technology designed into it, which promotes forgiveness and distance.
The Rebound Frame’s Dual Flex Zones allow the face to flex and transfer extra energy into the golf ball at impact, this increases ball speed, and from that more distance on every strike.
The Star Frame Crown is a series of ridges and latticework, it provides support to the face allowing Srixon to make the face extremely thin as well as the titanium crown. This also allows them to redistribute the weight where it matters. Making the ZX5 MK II driver their most forgiving driver ever.
The variable face thickness creates a larger sweet spot. This unique design sits behind the face, which is made from Ti51AF titanium. The variable face thickness allows you to strike the ball all over the face and still get high ball speeds.
The ZX5 Mk II driver has a 8g sole weight placed low and deep in the head, this creates extra forgiveness and makes it very easy to launch. An adjustable hosel provides even more adjustment allowing you to change loft, lie, and face angle with ease.