Our Review:It's not inexpensive, but considering what goes into the company's original flagship iron, the price becomes more understandable. To get the feel of a forged iron with the distance of a game-improvement club, PXG built a hollow-construction iron with a thermoplastic-elastomer filling to maintain appropriate sound and feel without allowing the high-strength, maraging-steel face insert to feel tinny and harsh. On the back, tungsten weights are positioned around the perimeter to foster forgiveness.
Specs: 7-iron: 31 degrees; PW: 45 degrees
Price: Set of eight: $2,800
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowIt cuts through the ground easily and drives the ball forward. Its strength is in hitting it straight.
midIt has a really nice "pop" at impact—like something good is happening.