The Srixon Z745 fall into the category of better player irons and they retail for a hefty price tag of $1000 in the steel version. Golfers will be delighted by these irons responsive and smooth feel, courtesy of Srixon design/engineering department who created a compact muscle cavity blade which is forged using a soft carbon steel. Another strong selling point of the Srixon Z745 is their beautiful design which inspires loads of confidence; their compact shape is pleasing to the eyes while the thin topline and their traditional/classic look promises (and delivers) excellent workability. To help you strike the ball more precisely and efficiently, these irons provide you with above-average forgiveness, being some of the purest to hit irons I tried recently.
The smooth feel in this set of irons is due to their premium built, using forged 1020 carbon steel and a strategically placed weight (tungsten) in the toe, for helping you to fine-tune your sweet spot location, thus enhancing trajectory control and turf interaction. The face of the Srixon Z745 irons is built using a high tech laser milling procedure (2 milling patterns) for providing you with distance control and stable spin performance. Also, the Z745 are focused on providing you with great amounts of workability and confidence, features demanded by elite golf players. With the Z745, Srixon offers the ultimate experience in ball striking and playability for low handicappers and in conclusion, I must confess that it’s hard to find better top-rated irons in this price range.