Re: srixon golfI'm like a 13 handicap and use the I-506s which are suppose to less forgiving than the i-701s. So maybe try the i-506 or the i-701 tours. But it depends Rocco Mediate used standard x-20s at the us open. Srixon are sending me the new prototype ball sometime in January to test so I will probably review. Never hit the driver as they are not made left handed. The wedges are great. They're forged and produce quite a bit of spin. I see that your in Canada also, so you can order srixon clubs through golf town as they don't sell them in store. That's what I did with my irons and wedges.
PS. anthonykim3 do you play on a cpga junior tour ?? Or future links or something?
Re: srixon golfDude your playing Mizuno irons and your thinking about switching? try the new MP52's or the game improvement set that they have just released, sorry though I can't say that I've tried Srixon and am not knocking them, just that in my opinion Mizuno or Titleist both make a great forged iron that feel like butter in your hands when you hit them solid and have a great look either in the bag or at address.
Srixon makes some of the best irons in the industry. IMO, they rival any of the other forged irons. As much as I love my Mizunos, Id gladly put a set of Srixon blades in my bag.
Ive never tried any of their woods or drivers, but Ive read some reviews on their new Z-Star driver and everyone is giving it rave reviews.
As for their golf balls, IMO they are as good as anyone in the industry. The Z-Star is a little hard for my liking, but I love the AD333 (for me its a tossup between the Precept Laddie-X and the AD333 for what my fav budget ball is) and Ive been very pleased with the Soft Feel and TriSpeed.
Lately Ive been considering giving a Srixon glove a shot as well. Even their, "cheap" glove, the Hi-Brid, looks to be a decent glove.
All in all, I think Srixon makes great stuff and I wouldnt hesitate to give anything from them a shot.
Rizzle, good to see another Tiger on the board. My old stomping grounds as well. Will always consider Walker my home course