PXG:  Game Changing Innovation

PXG shatters expectations  surrounding how golf enthusiasts think about their equipment.

PXG: Innovation For Every Player

PXG offers the full product suite of clubs which gives any player the ability to compare and contrast PXG to their current set make up

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PXG Equipment

PXG now staffs many of the world’s greats on both the PGA & LPGA Tour.

PGA Tour Players

Zach Johnson, Ryan Moore, Chris Kirk, Pat Perez, Charl Schwartzel, Charles Howell III, James Hahn, Billy Horschel

LPGA Tour Players

Chrstina Kim, Lydia Ko, Brittany Lang, Alison Lee, Ryann O’Toole, Sadena Parks, Gerina Piller, Beatriz Recari

The PXG 0811X driver, which features sixteen moveable weights and an adjustable hosel, offers players fine-tuning options never before seen. The various combinations enable the golfer to hone their launch conditions for optimal ball flight while retaining a high MOI (moment of inertia). The 0811X and the lighter weight 0811LX drivers deliver incredible distance, an unmatched sound and feel, and exceedingly low spin. We didn’t give them a fancy name because PXG says it all.

At first glance, PXG 0311 forged irons look like a blade, but they are designed to outperform larger game improvement irons in both distance and forgiveness. With three collections engineered for performance, PXG irons deliver an unparalleled playing experience regardless of swing style or skill level. All three PXG 0311 collections leverage patented technology featuring an ultra-thin face coupled with a structural thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) material. High-density tungsten alloy weights position mass for an optimal CG (center of gravity) position and high MOI (moment of inertia) resulting in longer more consistent shots.

PXG 0311 wedges offer the versatility to play all the short shots needed to produce consistently low scores. The grooves have been designed to yield the maximum amount of spin on shorter shots near the green while optimizing spin on longer shots from the fairway. High-density tungsten alloy weights — which create the wedge’s signature look — are positioned around the perimeter for unmatched feel and superior wedge play.

PXG Putters

The PXG Xperience

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