Srixon ZX7 Vs. Titleist T100 Irons Comparison Overview
Getting the best performance form your irons means meticulous research and of course, a fitting. So if you are considering either the Srixon ZX7 irons or the Titleist T100 irons, play close attention to the following comparison overview.
We went out and tested both of these iron sets to help you narrow down your options. Both of these sets would be a solid choice for mid to low handicappers but we’re going to give you the details you need to know to make an informed decision. Let’s get started!
Srixon ZX7 Irons Overview
The Srixon ZX7 irons were forged from a single piece of carbon steel.
Right off the bat, this gives them a sweet feel and incredible consistency – exactly what you would expect from a player’s performance iron. What you wouldn’t expect though is the profile. The Srixon ZX7 irons sport a slight cavity which helps with forgiveness.
The longer irons are also have toe-biased weighting. Off the deck, this made for much straighter shots for our higher handicap testers. But or low handicap testers chimed in by commenting on the greenside performance.
The Srixon ZX7 spin like a dream and you get amazing control even on pitched greens. The lofts are also incredibly strong with the 9-iron clocking in at 41 degrees.
Titleist T100 Irons Overview
The Titleist irons would be a solid choice for any player looking for incredible stopping power.
The T100 irons have even stronger lofts than the Srixon ZX7 irons with the 9-iron in this set checking in at 42 degrees! For us, this meant amazing scoring ability even from long approaches. The T100 irons also have a unique continuous cradle construction which helps you sweep the ball off the turf or the rough with ease.
These irons launch very high and sometimes, too high. It was a bit difficult to keep them out of the wind at times. Also, the Srixon ZX7 irons played longer in general than the T100 irons. The CG is exactly where you want it in each of the T100 irons though. Tight shot dispersion and excellent greenside control are the hallmarks of these irons.
We really love the scoring power of both of these iron sets but what endeared the Srixon ZX7 irons to us was the feel and the superior distance. They offer more well-rounded performance than the T100 irons.