Five grams of tungsten weighting positioned on the heel and toe offers increased moment of inertia for added stability at impact, while a lower and deeper center of gravity helps promote a higher ball flight. A stepped sole design allows the longer blade length to play like a shorter blade, while also making the irons more versatile in tough turf conditions. Variable face design expands the sweet spot by 20 percent, and the clubs' Dynamic Gold shaft has a high flex point and DG:D2 swing balance.
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Srixon is a Japanese golf brand trusted by more than 70 professional golfers worldwide, including Vijay Singh, Jim Furyk, Boo Weekley, Tim Clark, Robert Allenby, Steve Flesch, John Rollins, Fuzzy Zoeller, and Karrie Webb, and Srixon balls have won over 75 PGA Tour Titles since 1989, including seven majors. A subsidiary of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., Srixon's parent company boasts more than 70 years of golf equipment experience. Srixon is one of the largest producers of golf balls in the world, one of the leading manufacturers of drivers, fairway woods, and irons in Asia, and a pioneer and patent holder of the technology that forms the foundation for today's modern high COR drivers.