The Srixon Z545 fall into the category of game improvement irons and they retail for $1000 in the steel version. The key technology incorporated into their built is a mixture of high strength steel into the face and a softer, forged carbon steel into the body, for providing increased distance and consistency, round after round. Despite being game improvement sticks, unlike other competitors which build monstrously ugly pieces of golf gear, the Z545 are quite attractive, with a somewhat futuristic design and feel, which you’ll definitely appreciate. Also, after playing a few rounds with these babies, I noticed that hitting the ball is a real pleasure due to their buttery smooth, almost superb feel.
The Z545 are for game improvement irons what BMW M3 is for drivers, i.e. much more than a hunk of metal, but rather a true joy for your senses. Basically, these irons glide through the golf course effortlessly and elegantly, courtesy of their Tour VT Sole, which provides you with a crisp feel at ball impact. I know I’ve become waxing lyrical with this review, but boy, these babies are truly awesome for game improvement irons. I can definitely assert that the Srixon Z545 are an impeccable combo of ease of use, accuracy and good looks with an emphasis on precision, delivering an obedient mid trajectory ball flight and being capable of performing basically any shot on command. I recommend these babies especially for mid handicappers looking for a true player’s iron, but without taking off the training wheels completely.