7 Best Irons for Mid Handicap Golfers (2021)

The Srixon ZX4 Irons feature the widest sole, longest blade, and most offset of the ZX family (ZX5, ZX7, ZX Utility), making these clubs some of the most forgiving and long irons they have to offer.

Some of the top highlights include: a milled pattern on the backside of the face, which helps promotes faster ball speeds and greater distances; a hollow design, which allows greater forgiveness across a wider area of the face; multi-piece construction, featuring tungsten in the base of the 4 through 7 irons to lower the Center of Gravity (CG) for higher launch, a forged steel face for faster speeds, and a steel body that helps dampen vibration for optimal feel on contact.

The ZX4 irons also have a wide V-shaped sole designed for smoother turf interaction and cleaner contact, as well as narrow, deep grooves in the 8 iron through pitching wedge so you’ll get more spin, control, and stopping ability on the greens.

The Srixon ZX Utility club is a long iron for those who prefer the shape of an iron compared to larger club heads of fairway woods or hybrids. If you’re one of those players, then definitely take a look at our recommendations for the best driving irons available right now.