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Srixon Men's Z 565 Irons

Srixon's Highly Playable Cavity Back Golf Irons

Srixon’s new Z Series irons feature three models, and of those three, according to Srixon, it’s the Z 565 that is the game-improvement offering. A more apt description, however, might be game-improvement performance with a players club look and feel. In terms of performance, the Z 565s deliver higher launch, impressive forgiveness, and enhanced distance, the latter of which is created by the use of SUP10 face inserts, which increase ball speeds on shots struck from impact points across the clubface. The new Tour V.T. Sole, meanwhile, improves turf interaction for more solid contact, and the slightly wider soles utilized in the design of the 565s make them even easier to hit than the other members of the Z family. Additionally, a forged cavity construction provides ample perimeter weighting to keep MOI high. All that said, however, the 565 is a forged iron and while it has a thicker topline the blade shape is still more compact than what’s typically seen in most game-improvement irons. Couple that with a 1020 Carbon Steel forged construction and players can also incredible feel and acoustics at impact. In terms of a stock shaft, the Z 565 comes standard with either the Miyazaki Kaula 8 graphite shaft or the Nippon N.S. Pro 980 steel shafts. Also worth pointing out, however, is that Srixon is offering all of its custom steel shafts at no upcharge for those who need a different profile.

Details

Set Compositions 3 Iron - PW • 4 Iron - AW
Available Separately 3 Iron • AW
Stock Shafts Nippon N.S. Pro 980GH DST Steel • Miyazaki Kaula Mizu Graphite
Stock Grip Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360, 52 grams
Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for premium shaft/grip options. No upcharge shaft options are listed below.

Ideal For:

Players of all ability levels. While Srixon would classify the new Z 565 as a game-improvement iron, its compact blade shape, forged construction, and incredible forgiveness are almost certain to appeal to more than just higher-handicap players. That said, for the player who needs more distance and higher launch, but who also values a clean, compact look an iron, the Z 565 will also appeal because there might not be a better looking game-improvement offering on the market today. All said, this is an iron that will work for a wide variety of players.

Tour V.T. Sole

Reduces resistance at impact for better turf interaction, improved shot dispersion, and enhanced consistency.

Tour V.T. Sole

Forged 1020 Carbon Steel Body

Precision forged using the softest steel for a smooth, consistent feel at impact.

Forged 1020 Carbon Steel Body

SUP10 Face Insert

High-strength face inserts utilized in the design create faster ball speeds for increased distance.

SUP10 Face Insert

Double Laser Milling

A new milling pattern and grooves that are five percent larger combine to improve contact for more consistent results in all conditions.

Double Laser Milling

What They're Saying...

“(The 565) is a forged cavity back model. They’re going to be the most forgiving of the three options. This is for players that need a little bit more forgiveness but you still get great feel from 1020 carbon steel. And the face is a SUP10 face insert, so it’s going to be a little bit higher strength for more ball speed.”

Eli Miller, Srixon Golf Product Manager

“We are really excited to bring back the Tour V.T. Sole, which we do have featured in all three of these new Z-series irons. What we’ve done with the Tour V.T. Sole for this generation is make it even better. How did we make it better? We removed a little bit of material from the trailing edge and we rounded out the heel and toe portions to make it move even more efficiently through the turf.”

Eli Miller, Srixon Golf Product Manager

What Players Like You Are Saying...

“The 565, I definitely saw a higher launch than I did with the other two models. It felt fantastic, and it still had that compact profile that a better player would like.”

Chris Wallace, TGW staff writer

Srixon Men's Z 565 Irons
Club Loft Length Lie Angle Offset Swing Weight
#3 20° 39" 60° .167 D2
#4 22° 38.5" 60.5° .167 D2
#5 24°

38"

61° .152 D2
#6 27° 37.5" 61.5° .140 D2
#7 31° 37" 62° .128 D2
#8 35° 36.5" 62.5° .116 D2
#9 39° 36" 63° .104 D2
PW 44° 35.5" 63.5° .089 D2
AW 50° 35.5" 63.5° .073 D3
Srixon Men's Z 565 Irons is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Srixon Z 565 Irons The Z-565 irons are apart of Srixon’s newest line of clubs for the 2017 season. They took the market by storm, bringing a product to the table that the industry had never seen. The Z-565 irons are designed to be game improvement irons that bring with it; forgiveness, forged feel, and a sleek chrome finish. Let’s dig deeper to find out if the Srixon Z-565 irons are the right clubs for you. Who are These Irons For? When most people hear, “Game Improvement”, they assume these irons are designed for the high handicap golfer. While this is true, these irons are designed for a higher handicap player, they are unlike any other game improvement irons on the market. They are cast in forged steel with a moderately sized head and little offset which makes them perfect for golfers of all skill levels. Look/Feel The look and feel of the Srixon Z-565’s is tremendous. The classic look and uncharacteristically bladed head has won over a lot of the lower handicap golfers in the market. This is not the typical look you would see in a game improvement iron which appeals to a new demographic of golfer like myself. Those who want the look and feel of a player’s club but also want the help and forgiveness of a game improvement iron. However, it should be known that this model is not much different than the previous model based on appearance, so some must ask if it is worth the money to upgrade. Srixon makes up for it with its feel, there is no other game improvement iron that compares. Coming from the AP2’s, there was no difference, it is like you are hitting a blade with the soft forged feel except you have much more forgiveness with the Z-565’s. Performance/Technology It is no question, the performance of the Z-565’s surpasses any iron I have ever played. At first it can be challenging to adjust to the longer distances that you will see with the 565’s, however, the distance control is much better than any other game improvement iron on the market. Along with more distance, you will find yourself hitting many more greens as the accuracy is unlike any other. The new turf interaction technology that Srixon prided themselves on with this line didn’t seem to make as much of an impact as hoped, however, that takes nothing away from the overall performance of the club. Summary The Srixon Z-565 irons have made quite the wave in the game improvement iron market. Their cutting-edge design and feel have made them the perfect fit for any golfer looking to better their game. If you’re looking to make golf a lot easier this coming season and impress your playing partners, these would be a great addition to the bag.
Date published: 2018-02-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not as forgiving as one might hope from a GM iron I replaced my Mizuno JPX EIII (Japan only version) with these irons recently based on the reviews I read. I was looking for a GM iron with a thin top line as I do not like thick top line clubs. These clubs look great behind the ball and otherwise. However, these clubs are not as forgiving as my Mizuno irons, 6i upwards. This might be good thing as this might force me to fix my swing, until then I will have to fear shots not hit in the middle of the club face. Apart from that, the feel and the trajectory is just awesome. Another very important aspect of these clubs is that the ball tends to draw and this might be desired by players who naturally tend to fade, adding yardage off course. All in all a great club, but I am seriously considering Titliest TM-Bs.
Date published: 2017-10-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great iron but..... Great iron have a full set should have ordered the AW with my new set. Paid 30.00 dollars more for the AW...here Also I could not pick my grip size on the Web Site, so waisted a new regular grip ,and changed it to a Mid size
Date published: 2017-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best iron you may have never heard of... I know Srixon may not be a household name in golf clubs but, they should be. I tried the Z565 iron at a local dealer and fell in love. They are stunning to look at, easy to hit and feel amazing. I would definitely buy them again, in fact, I have since bought the Z565 driver and looking to add the FW and hybrid. That's how much I love these irons, try them for yourself. It's also nice to play something that not everyone else has!
Date published: 2017-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great club I have an older set of these clubs that did not come with an A wedge. Love the set and wanted the A wedge to go along. Love the addition.
Date published: 2016-12-24
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