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Srixon introduces their Z-RW Driver

12.05am 25th October 2007 - Corporate

Srixon Sports has announced the introduction of their Z-RW Driver, created by their proprietary Digital Impact Technology.

The 460cc titanium driver features a unique Starburst Face Design with four different zones to control sidespin by optimizing the gear effect on shots struck in those specific zones. The result is a larger sweetspot on the clubhead that allows for more distance and control, even on off centre hits.

“The driver category today has been spotlighted by clubs promoting greater accuracy by maximizing MOI through head shapes and designs that are very unconventional,” said a Srixon spokesperson. We chose a different route. By using Srixon’s Digital Impact Technology, we were able to create a long and accurate driver that has all of the forgiveness benefits of today’s high MOI clubs, but with the conventional shape that golfers prefer.

“And with the Z-RW that is precisely what we have done. From its Starburst Power Face, to its unique four zone face design and flow weighting system, the Z-RW proves that the twin sciences of forgiveness and distance can look traditional.”

The Z-RW features a proprietary SV- 3014 shaft from Fujikura. This shaft features a lower torque and stiffness profile from tip to butt, designed to deliver higher trajectory and lower spin. RRP is £249 with availability during late October 2007.

Srixon Sports Europe has been distributing premium golf balls and equipment since 2001 and is a subsidiary of SRI Sports Limited. SRI Sports Sports Limited is the number one golf club manufacturer in the world’s second largest market – Japan and is one of the world’s leading patent holders in golf ball technology.

SRIXON golf balls won 37 International Tour Events in 2006 and another 33 in 2007 so far.

Srixon Sports Europe www.srixon.co.uk

       

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