Feast your eyes on the sleek lines and confidence-inspiring profile of the ZipCore XL Irons. But don't be fooled by their good looks - they pack a serious punch on every swing. Long irons send rockets skyward, while short irons paint pinpoint precision onto the green.
Features and Technology
MainFrame, a marvel of AI engineering, lives in the back of ZipCore XL's 4-7 irons. Its intricate network of grooves, channels, and cavities flexes for insane springboard effect (COR), while precisely placed weights keep the center of gravity low and deep for ultimate forgiveness.
Ditch the heavy steel! In 8i-SW irons, ZipCore replaces it with an ultralight, vibration-damping material in the hosel and heel, optimizing the "Center of Gravity" (CG) for consistent launch, spin, and distance. This tech, combined with the "Moment of Inertia" (MOI) boost from the XL head design, delivers exceptional forgiveness, feel, and control on every shot.
XL HEAD DESIGN
XL Head Design = Forgiveness Unleashed! The large cavity back profile (see image) and optimized weight distribution (enabled by ZipCore and MainFrame) boost the club's "Moment of Inertia" (MOI) to stratospheric levels. This tech-speak translates to one thing: even mishits fly straight and true, thanks to the club's resistance to twisting at impact.
Master spin with HydraZip's dynamic face technology in ZipCore XL irons. 4-7 irons boast a rougher texture and wider grooves to optimize launch and distance, while 8-SW and wedge lofts feature a smoother surface and deeper grooves for enhanced control and grip. Laser milling on wedges adds another layer of precision for wet-weather mastery.
Unleash explosive distance and pinpoint control with the ZipCore XL's V-Shaped Sole. The elevated leading edge slices through the turf like butter, maximizing your swing power. And for those artistic souls, the lower trailing edge lets you shape shots with surgeon-like precision.
ACTION MASS CB
Conquer inconsistency with Action Mass CB's strategic weight placement. The 8-gram counterweight near the top of your grip alters clubhead feel, promoting a smoother backswing and encouraging an inside swing path. This, in turn, optimizes clubface angle at impact for more consistent ball striking and straighter trajectories.