What is the compression of the Srixon Z-Star Golf Balls?
The Z-Star and Z-Star XV measure at a higher compression than some of the competitive balls in the tour-ball marketplace, with the Z-Star at a 90 compression and the Z-Star XV at 102. Srixon engineers make the argument that the best players with above average swing speeds need a firmer core for the best performance.
What is the difference between Srixon Z-Star vs Z-Star XV?
The Srixon Z-STAR is the softer-feeling, higher-spinning version of Srixon’s Tour-level balls. The Z-STAR XV is the bomber. It’s higher compression and lower spinning and gamed by long hitters Cameron Champ, Grayson Murray and Ryan Brehm.
Is the Srixon Z-Star a good ball?
The Good. The Srixon Z-Star is a significant step-up in quality and consistency from the Q-Star Tour and is generally what we would describe as a good ball.
Should I play Zstar or Z-Star XV?
Both of the premium golf balls are aimed at better players seeking maximum distance (Z-Star XV) or maximum spin (Z-Star). The four-layer dual-core Z-Star XV feels firmer than the three-layer Z-Star and is designed mid-high ball flight compared to the Z-Star’s for a mid-height flight.
What is the compression of a Titleist Pro V1?
The three-piece Pro V1 still has a compression around 90 and its 352-dimple cover pattern helps to produce lower-spinning, lower-flying shots off the tee and with long irons.
Are Srixon Z-Star balls soft?
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Who uses Srixon Z-Star?
The four-piece Z-Star XV, played on tour by the likes of Open champion Shane Lowry, US Open winner Graeme McDowell, big-hitting Cameron Champ and PGA Tour star Hideki Matsuyama, is designed to provide maximum ball speed for unmatched driver and iron distance.
Why do some golf balls feel heavy?
What Causes Fat Golf Shots. As I just mentioned, a major reason is that people believe they need to hit under the ball. The main reason that a fat shot occurs, though, is that a player has unnecessarily moved their “swing center.” You can think of your center as one of two things, either your head or your sternum.
What is the compression of Pro V1?
What’s the price of a Srixon Z STAR?
The Srixon Z-Star is a significant step-up in quality and consistency from the Q-Star Tour and is generally what we would describe as a good ball. With a couple of bad balls in the mix, the Z-Star isn’t perfect and the IBCR remains a bit of a concern. The True Price of Srixon Z-Star is $42.39.
Where are the Srixon Z-Star Tour balls made?
All of the balls in our Z-Star sample were manufactured at Srixon’s factory in Japan. This is notable because the Q-Star Tours we tested were made at the company’s plant in Indonesia. Whether there’s a quality difference between factories is something we’ll be looking at as we continue to test Srixon balls.
Is the cover of a Srixon golf ball clean?
The covers of the Srixon Z-Star balls in our sample were generally clean and free from defect. As noted previously, Srixon makes the thinnest cover in golf and while some of its competitors will say there is a point of diminishing returns, lack of greenside spin should not be a concern.