Srixon Z-Star Series

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Srixon has introduced the eighth generation of the Z-Star series golf balls including the regular Z-Star, Z-Star XV and Z-Star Diamond. All are three-piece construction with urethane covers.

Fast Facts
Srixon Z-Star
Three-piece construction
6mm urethane cover
338 dimples
Spin Skin+
White or yellow
$47.99 dozen
Srixon Z-Star XV
Three-piece construction
5mm urethane cover
338 dimples
Spin Skin+
White or yellow
$47.99 dozen
Srixon Z-Star Diamond
Three-piece construction
6mm urethane cover
338 dimples
Spin Skin+
White only
$47.99 dozen

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The Z-Star line has been a success for Srixon, so much so, the latest version is the eighth and each of the three latest models has a new variable firmness core, firmer on the outside and softer on the inside. This gradation of core response helps to provide higher ball speed and improved feel with the longer clubs.

Also, Srixon’s coating on the urethane cover called Spin Skin+ has been reformulated. It helps to produce added spin with short irons and wedges for more control.

The regular Z-Star is targeted for those with a 90+mph driver swing speed and has a mid-launch trajectory. The Z-Star XV is for higher swing speed players, 100+ mph, and produces a mid to high launch while the Z-Star Diamond fits neatly between the two. In addition, the Z-Star Divide is has returned, half white and half yellow, in the Z-Star and Z-Star XV models.

“Finding the right golf ball for your game is just as important as finding the right irons or driver,” said Brian Schielke, General Manager of Srixon. “It’s the one piece of equipment you use on every single shot, which is why technological advances like the new Spin Skin+ and FastLayer DG Core give players confidence that their ball is going to react how it should and excel in every category that matters – more spin, bite, and speed.”

Ed Travis

Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is regularly seen in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Travis still plays regularly. He and his wife live on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.

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