Srixon Z 745 Driver Review


Our recent Srixon Z 745 Driver review established that this particular driver is targeted at the lower handicap player and obviously Tour professionals. A solid offering allowing maximum workability and control.

We reviewed the Srixon Z 745 as part of our Best Drivers Review.

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A clean looking driver that suits the better player. Powerful ball flight with exceptional versatility.

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8.4 Total Score
Good (B)

To summarize, the Z 745 is a simple clean looking driver that offers the better player a quality piece which allows huge workability and versatility. Great sound and feel at impact with a powerful ball flight, but off-center strikes are punished unfortunately so if a high handicap (>6) then perhaps opt for an alternative...all in all fair value at the price though if in the handicap frame.

Design / Appearance
Build Quality
Control / Feel
Value for Money
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Pros and Cons

  • Clean, classic appearance reminiscent of the late 90’s – who doesn’t like that!
  • Exceptional workability in terms of trajectory and shot shape provided you’re a good ball striker
  • Superb meaty solid feel on center strikes which relays into a rewarding penetrating ball flight
  • Unforgiving on mis-hits, lose in terms of both distance and direction
  • Only available in Right Handed option – sorry lefties!
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Great feel through impact and sounds superb. A nice large sweetspot makes it easy to strike too – wonderful!

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Detailed Review

Design & Appearance

The compact 430cc head has a beautifully classic shape to the head with a deep club-face to promote a stronger ball flight because of less spin imparted on the ball at impact. No frills and spills in terms of unnecessary aesthetic additions. Just a clean, psychologically powerful driver when positioned behind the ball at address.


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Build Quality

This particular driver is aimed at the better player and so the build quality is slightly different to that of the bread and butter market. The elegantly rounded sole of the club-head is a nice change to the current drivers on the market that have large cavities, rails or channels in the sole such as the Nike Vapor Fly Driver. The only adjustable offering is the simple system whereby only two weights are provided (3 grams or 11 grams) that can be positioned in the center sole of the club and then obviously the adjustable loft/lie angle on the hosel.

Control / Feel

Outstanding solid feel at impact that provides a partial ‘thud’, but really makes you feel like you’ve either connected it ‘in the screws’ or missed it. This is mainly due to the titanium cup face that has been implemented as well as the Variable Face Thickness which is elaborated on below.

Srixon Z 745 Driver

The Z 745 is a simple clean looking driver that offers the better player a quality piece which allows huge workability and versatility.


Workability is also a plus and is probably one of the best drivers we’ve tested in terms of workability and being able to adjust ball flight and launch angle. Definitely an advantageous club to the low handicapper or tour player offering. There really is so much choice on every tee shot. Distance is fair, although not the longest club around it still gets it out there. Carry distance is slightly shorter than average, but roll-out is decent. I don’t mind that at all being slightly shorter off the tee than most other professionals. I am able to get it out there very near to the long hitters due to the penetration and roll I’m getting upon landing. When tricky, windy conditions are forecast – I love it.

A larger sweet spot is as a result of Variable Face Thickness which has thinner heel and toe portions thus allowing maximum power out of the sweet spot.


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Value for Money

If you are in the handicap bracket of 5 & lower or if you are a professional then the Srixon Z 745 driver is definitely a value for money purchase. It will provide so much bang for your buck in terms of workability, feel, control, sound and distance. What is disappointing unfortunately is the lack of left handed option. Nowadays manufacturers are expected to provide at least one option for lefties.

If you’re anywhere from roughly a 6 handicap upwards then perhaps this isn’t for you as the very little forgiveness it offers just won’t be enough to maximize your potential out of the Srixon Z 745.

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Srixon Z 745 Driver Review

Detail into the Z series driver offering and the technology behind manufacturing

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Key Facts

Product Details Srixon Z 745 Driver Review
Launch RRP $399.00
Gender Mens
Handicap Range Low to High
Hand Availability Right Hand Only
Right Handed Lofts 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5°
Left Handed Lofts N/A
Lie 57.5°
Swing Weight D5
Club Length 45″
Shaft Type and Name Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage
Grip Lamkin UTx Full Cord Red (48g) Grip
Manufacturers Website Srixon
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Last update was on: March 25, 2019 3:21 am

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  1. Been playing for 55 years still hit the ball 310..only driver comes close to feel and deliver ability is the Titleist 910..the rest of drivers are hype and junk

    • Hi Rube

      Each to their own regarding opinion on equipment and the Titleist 910 was a great piece. There have however been great developments since then that have resulted in world class equipment. Some aren’t great – sure, but there are a whole lot to like in terms of appearance, feel, sound and most importantly performance.

      If you’ve been playing for 55 years and still hit it 310 that is incredible! You playing any senior professional events?

      Keep on golfing!

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