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Srixon AD333 Ball Review

Technical Editor Joel Tadman tries out the ninth generation of Srixon's AD333 ball.

£24.00

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Srixon Z 785 Driver Review

We test the new Srixon Z 785 driver against its predecessor but did it impress?

£349.00

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Srixon-AD333-Tour-2018-ball-review

It's said to offer tour-like performance for the average golfer but did it deliver?

£29.99

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2017 Srixon AD333 Ball Unveiled

We assess the performance of Srixon's new two-piece ball out on the course

£22.00

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srixon-z765-iron-hero

We test Srixon's forgiving shallow cavity forged model

£110.00

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Srixon UltiSoft review

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…

£32.00

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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

£279.00

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Srixon Z155 Irons

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

£499.00

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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…

£45.00

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Srixon Z Series irons

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…

£600.00

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Golf Monthly Senior Staff Writer Paul O'Hagan tests the Srixon AD333 golf ball

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Golf Monthly Senior Staff Writer Paul O'Hagan tests the Srixon Z-Star golf ball

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