In the Driver, with a simple turn of a key, both weight and face angle can be finely tuned to fit the individual golfers game.
The Z-STAR Driver features the STAR Fitting System which enables the golfer to independently adjust face angle and the internal weighting of the clubhead. The face angle adjustment helps you produce more accurate shots.
Fine tuning the internal weighting with the different weight options will optimize the ball trajectory and swing weight.
The STAR Fitting System allows up to 84 possible configurations per loft offering, for the ultimate in custom club fitting.
The Z-STAR Driver also features variable face design, which enlarges the Driver’s high COR area by 5%, providing added distance and forgiveness.
This new Driver also features a Miyazaki Dromos graphite shaft, which is the first premium custom shaft designed specifically for adjustable clubs.
The STAR Fitting System stands for Speed, Trajectory, Alignment and Responsiveness.
The Z-STAR Fairway woods feature 12 different adjustable face and lie angle configurations, allowing golfers to customize the club fit to their specific swing or desired ball flight.
They also feature the Starburst variable face design, which enables golfers to generate higher ball speed and increased distance and the clubs are also fitted with unique Miyazaki Dromos graphite shafts.
The heads are forged from 1025 carbon steel which helps maintain the integrity of lofts and lies, while the face is forged from 1020 soft carbon steel to provide ultimate feel.
This unique application of two different types of carbon steel defines Srixon’s next generation of forged irons.
The Z-STAR Iron is offered with the NS Pro 1050GH steel shaft, which blends the playability of graphite with the stability of steel to help increase distance whilst maintaining superior feel.
All clubs are available in right hand only and will be available through selected outlets from February 2011.
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