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PXG 0311XF

Xtreme Forgiveness Collection

A game improvement iron that offers xtreme forgiveness and superior feel, while maintaining the sleek look of a blade. The larger profile helps build confidence at address.

Available Finishes:  Xtreme Dark and Satin Finish.

Thermoplastic Elastomer

 

Thermoplastic Elastomer

Large internal cavity injected with TPE lends itself to a superior soft feel and maximum forgiveness.

Head Size & Offset

 

Head Size & Offset

Longer blade length offers xtreme forgiveness and helps build confidence at address.

 

Sole Width

 

Sole Width

Wide sole width creates xtreme forgiveness for golfers with a slightly steeper angle of attack.

PXG Face Insert Putters

“Not Just Another Pretty Face”

PXG’s milled insert putters offer the same celebrated thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) core technology found in our 0311 irons—improving sound, feel and forgiveness. This cutting-edge TPE technology combines with a soft billet-milled 304 stainless steel face to provide an extremely solid feel at impact. The bodies are milled from high-quality 303 stainless steel and aircraft-grade aluminum, and feature titanium and tungsten weighting elements. Eleven different putter models with interchangeable weights offer a multitude of fitting options to suit any swing.

Brandon
A modern blade-style putter with full-shaft offset and mid-hang angle, the Brandon has a versatile design and is a great option for a wide array of stroke types. Three shaft options available.

Dagger
​An old-school, classic blade with no offset and a straight toe-down hang angle, the Dagger is best suited for players with an open-to-close arc-style stroke. Two shaft options available.

Drone
A modern, high MOI mallet-style putter with a single-bend shaft that creates a full-shaft offset and a face-balanced hang angle, the Drone is best suited for players with a straight-back-straight-through putting stroke. Two shaft options available.

Gunboat
A modern, extremely high MOI mallet-style putter with a single-bend shaft that creates a full-shaft offset and a face-balanced hang angle. The Gunboat is best suited for players with a straight-back-straight-through putting stroke. Two weights available.

Mustang
A unique, high MOI blade-style design that features extreme heel-toe weighting. The Mustang has a plumber’s neck hosel that creates a full-shaft offset and mid-hang angle. The versatile design makes it a great option for a wide array of stroke types. Three shaft options available.

P-51
While the design is similar to the Mustang model, the P-51 is center shafted, face balanced and features a longer heel-toe length than the Mustang. This hang angle is best suited for a stroke with minimal face rotation.

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PXG 0311T Irons

Tour class iron

Forged from the same materials as PXG 0311 irons, PXG 0311T irons have a slightly thinner top line and are more compact. They also have a narrower sole width and less offset. As a result, PXG 0311T irons launch lower and have slightly less spin creating a more penetrating ball flight.

Now Available in Xtreme Dark!

PXG 0311T irons are now available with a sleek, all-black finish. This carbon-based coating is significantly harder and more durable than anything else on the market, adding an elegant look to the club without affecting performance.

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Putters

PXG’s family of putters have been designed to match a person’s putter style preference with their putting stroke — strong arc, slight arc or straight. Whether you prefer a blade or mallet, heavy or light, toe versus face-balanced, PXG has a putter that is right for you.

Milled from aircraft-grade alloys, PXG putters feature adjustable weighting elements in both lighter titanium and heavier tungsten, so you can adjust the head weight to match your putting style. Thus, if you have a tendency to push or pull putts, you can add or subtract weighting to aid your stroke.

The adjustable weights on all PXG putters also serve as easy alignment aids to help build confidence while standing over putts.

  • Dagger — An “old school”, no offset toe-down blade design perfect for someone with a strong arc putting style
  • Brandon — A modern blade putter with a plumber’s neck hosel, ideal for someone with a slight arc putting style
  • P-51 — A center-shafted larger blade putter that delivers high MOI through perimeter weighting. This face-balanced putter suits a player who keeps his or her eyes directly above the ball and takes the club straight back and straight through
  • Mustang — A heel-shafted, face-balanced blade putter with a double-bend shaft
  • Drone and Drone C — Mallet-style putters that are precision-milled from aircraft-grade 6061 aluminum, the Drone is heel-shafted with a double-bend shaft while the Drone C is center shafted. The lightweight aluminum body and adjustable weighting elements produce a solid and stable stroke.
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0311 Wedges

The PXG 0311 wedges were designed to ensure the ultimate in short-game accuracy.

Face flatness is held to the tightest tolerance in the industry. PXG grooves maximize ball spin on short shots, while optimizing spin on full shots.

High-density tungsten alloy weights — which create the wedge’s signature look — are positioned around the perimeter for increased feel for consistent and superior wedge play.

Available Wedge Lofts: 50°, 52°, 54°, 56°, 58° and 60°

What do the numbers mean?

PXG founder Bob Parsons served as a rifleman with the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. A recipient of the
Purple Heart Medal, Combat Action Ribbon and Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, Parsons credits his service in the Marine Corps
for his successes in life.
PXG’s unique club numbering system is a tribute to the brave men and women who serve in the United States Marine Corps. The
Marine Corps’ Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) is a system for categorizing career fields. All enlisted and officer Marines
are assigned a four digit code denoting their occupational field and specialty.

IRONS & WEDGES – MOS 0311
Rifleman: The riflemen employ the M16A2 service rifle, the M203 grenade launcher and the squad automatic
weapon (SAW). Riflemen are the primary scouts, assault troops and close combat forces available
to the Marine Air Ground Task Force

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0317 Hybrids

The PXG 0317 hybrid feature seven interchangeable weights on the back of the sole.

Heavy tungsten weighting in the sole creates low back CG for consistent high launch off the club face.

The PXG 0317 hybrid’s adjustable hosel also provides +/- 1.5 degrees of loft adjustment range in .75 degree increments.

Available Lofts: 17°, 19°, 22°, 25° and 28°

What do the numbers mean?

PXG founder Bob Parsons served as a rifleman with the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. A recipient of the
Purple Heart Medal, Combat Action Ribbon and Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, Parsons credits his service in the Marine Corps
for his successes in life.
PXG’s unique club numbering system is a tribute to the brave men and women who serve in the United States Marine Corps. The
Marine Corps’ Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) is a system for categorizing career fields. All enlisted and officer Marines
are assigned a four digit code denoting their occupational field and specialty.

HYBRIDS – MOS 0317
Scout Sniper: The scout sniper is a Marine skilled in field craft and marksmanship who delivers long
range, precision fire on selected targets from concealed positions in support of combat operations. They
have a secondary mission of gathering information for intelligence purposes.

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0311 Irons

At first glance, the PXG 0311 irons look like a blade, but they are designed to outperform today’s larger game-improvement irons in both distance and forgiveness.

The PXG 0311 irons feature an exclusive patented design and manufacturing technology that is truly unique to the industry.

  • Manufacturing begins with a forged open face body
  • The internal cavity of the forging is then precision CNC milled to an extremely thin-walled geometry
  • An ultra-thin, super high-strength HT1770 maraging steel face is plasma welded to create a hollow core
  • A thermoplastic elastomer is then injection molded into the core to enhance feel and provide structural stability

High-density tungsten alloy weights — which create the irons’ signature look — are positioned around the edges to provide extreme perimeter weighting and maximum forgiveness.

The PXG 0311 irons perform and feel better than any other iron you’ve ever hit before, because they are designed and manufactured unlike any other iron ever produced.

Available 3 – PW

What do the numbers mean?

PXG founder Bob Parsons served as a rifleman with the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. A recipient of the
Purple Heart Medal, Combat Action Ribbon and Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, Parsons credits his service in the Marine Corps
for his successes in life.
PXG’s unique club numbering system is a tribute to the brave men and women who serve in the United States Marine Corps. The
Marine Corps’ Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) is a system for categorizing career fields. All enlisted and officer Marines
are assigned a four digit code denoting their occupational field and specialty.

IRONS & WEDGES – MOS 0311
Rifleman: The riflemen employ the M16A2 service rifle, the M203 grenade launcher and the squad automatic
weapon (SAW). Riflemen are the primary scouts, assault troops and close combat forces available
to the Marine Air Ground Task Force.

Now Available in Xtreme Dark!

PXG 0311 irons are now available with a sleek, all-black finish. This carbon-based coating is significantly harder and more durable than anything else on the market, adding an elegant look to the club without affecting performance.

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0341 Fairway Woods

Similar to the PXG 0811 driver, the PXG 0341 fairway woods also feature the adjustable Precision Weighting System. Eleven strategically placed interchangeable weights on the sole allow players to optimize trajectory to achieve both maximum distance and accuracy.
Like the PXG 0811 driver, platinum-colored weights are made from heavy 17.0 g/cm3 density tungsten material and black weights are made from light 4.4 g/cm3 density titanium material.

The heavier tungsten weights provide a lower center of gravity (CG) for consistent high launch off the club face.

The PXG 0341 fairway woods adjustable hosel also provides +/- 1.5 degrees of loft adjustment range in .75 degree increments.

Available Lofts: 15° (3 wood), 18° (5 wood) and 21° (7 wood)

What do the numbers mean?

PXG founder Bob Parsons served as a rifleman with the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. A recipient of the
Purple Heart Medal, Combat Action Ribbon and Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, Parsons credits his service in the Marine Corps
for his successes in life.
PXG’s unique club numbering system is a tribute to the brave men and women who serve in the United States Marine Corps. The
Marine Corps’ Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) is a system for categorizing career fields. All enlisted and officer Marines
are assigned a four digit code denoting their occupational field and specialty.

FAIRWAY WOODS – MOS 0341
Mortarman: Mortarmen are responsible for the tactical deployment of the 60mm light mortar and the
81mm medium mortar. Mortarmen provide indirect fire in support of the rifle and LAR squads/platoons/
companies and the infantry and LAR battalions. They are located in the weapons platoons of the rifle and
LAR companies and the weapons company of the infantry battalion.

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0811 Driver

Adjustability done like never before.

The PXG 0811 driver’s fully adjustable Precision Weighting System features 16 interchangeable weights on the sole of the driver, enabling players of all swing speeds to optimize their trajectory for maximum distance and accuracy.

The platinum-colored weights are made from high density tungsten material. The black weights are made from low density titanium material. The heavier tungsten weights provide a significant amount of moveable mass in the club head, which is easily adjusted to optimize launch, spin and direction.

The PXG Precision Weighting System keeps the mass distributed as a series of weights to increase the MOI and forgiveness. Players will benefit from the flexibility of adjustable mass, while maintaining an extremely high level of forgiveness.

PXG’s unique weighting system also makes it easier to adjust the total weight of the 0811 driver head. Our research has proven that fine tuning the head weight and corresponding swing weight is a very important, yet highly underutilized, fitting attribute to optimize performance.

The adjustable hosel also provides +/- 1.5 degrees of loft adjustment range in .75 degree increments.

Available Lofts: 9° and 10.5°

What do the numbers mean?

PXG founder Bob Parsons served as a rifleman with the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. A recipient of the
Purple Heart Medal, Combat Action Ribbon and Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, Parsons credits his service in the Marine Corps
for his successes in life.
PXG’s unique club numbering system is a tribute to the brave men and women who serve in the United States Marine Corps. The
Marine Corps’ Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) is a system for categorizing career fields. All enlisted and officer Marines
are assigned a four digit code denoting their occupational field and specialty.

DRIVER – MOS 0811
Field Artillery Cannoneer: As a member of a field artillery howitzer battery, cannoneers prepare artillery
pieces and equipment for movement, combat and firing.

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