Our Review:

This PXG driver doesn’t have the adjustable sole weighting that is prominently featured on other PXG drivers, but it’s not missing much else. What’s here are all the features for faster ball speed, less spin and full-face forgiveness—all without the usual ultra-premium PXG price. The face is made of a titanium alloy that generates more springlike effect, and the crown has a carbon-fiber center section that saves weight that is then repositioned low and on the perimeter for extra stability on off-center strikes. The titanium toe, heel and front sections of the crown stiffen the transition area surrounding the face so that more energy can be delivered into the ball. The rails in the sole are designed to control vibration at impact and further lower the center of gravity to reduce spin. A backweight in the sole further enhances forgiveness on off-center hits, and it can be tweaked with one of eight screw weights to create a heavier, more forgiving head or a lighter one that’s easier to swing. Read more >>

Price: $375
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Player Comments
  • low

    This club is very easy to hit in work in both directions. I feel like I can put in my smooth swing on it or go after it and I’m going to get very good results.

  • mid

    Matte finish easy on eyes with no reflection. Powerful sound, flight dead straight. Flight is low and long.

  • high

    The modern gray-black matte finish feels aggressive. Robust sound and pure feel even on mis-hits. Great mid-height ball flight, not too much spin.

Club Specs


9, 10.5, 12; adjustable

Club Specs

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