Technical Editor Joel Tadman tries out the ninth generation of Srixon's AD333 ball.
We test the new Srixon Z 785 driver against its predecessor but did it impress?
How would we rate Srixon's new irons for the better player?
It's said to offer tour-like performance for the average golfer but did it deliver?
We assess the performance of Srixon's new two-piece ball out on the course
Would the performance updates to Srixon's premium ball offerings impress?
We test Srixon's forgiving shallow cavity forged model
Srixon UltiSoft Review Key Technology: This is the lowest compression and softest Srixon golf ball ever thanks to an innovative new core design that produces softer feel and maximises energy…
A review of the Srixon Women's Z355 range: driver, fairways and hybrids
Golf Monthly's Srixon Z355 driver review, a club that features extra weight in the head and a high balance point shaft to help increase distance and forgiveness
The Golf Monthly test team's Srixon Z155 irons review, where Action Mass Technology places more weight in the head to boost distance and forgiveness
Srixon Z-Star balls review Key technology The latest Z-Star balls feature a new ‘energetic gradient growth’ core with varying levels of softness. The core’s centre is softer than the outer…
The new Srixon Z series irons have been built to cater for both amateurs and professionals. The slim topline and compact shape in Srixon Z 745 and Srixon Z 945…
Golf Monthly's Paul O'Hagan reviews the Srixon AD333 Tour golf ball
Golf Monthly Senior Staff Writer Paul O'Hagan tests the Srixon AD333 golf ball
Golf Monthly Senior Staff Writer Paul O'Hagan tests the Srixon Z-Star golf ball
A review of the Srixon Z-Star irons review
A review of the Srixon Z-Star fairway wood
A review of the Srixon Z-Star driver
A review of the Srixon Trispeed ball