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PXG

0211 (2021)

Gold

Our Review:

Makers of luxury automobiles often create more affordable versions to extend their reach to a different audience. PXG is adopting the golf-equipment version of that strategy with its 0211 line. Immediately noticeable is the absence of rivet-looking weights on the clubhead that have been a design feature of the company’s irons since its inception. In creating the new 0211, PXG relied on technologies from the company’s Gen3, including a hollow body filled with a soft polymer toward the back of the clubhead that creates a strong rebound at impact. The amount of soft polymer progressively decreases from the long irons to the short irons as the need for ball speed becomes less important in the scoring clubs. A firmer polymer behind the thin face maintains structural integrity. Although some companies use toe weights to move the center of gravity closer to the center of the face, in this iron that is achieved by modifying the upper back surface: removing mass from the heel side and repositioning it to the toe side. The irons in this set boast lofts that are 3-degrees stronger than on the original 0211, so expect a slightly lower launch with less spin. Read more >>

Price: $195/per iron
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Ratings
  • 5 1
    performance

    45%*

  • 4.5 1
    innovation

    30%*

  • 4.5 1
    Look / Sound / Feel

    20%*

  • 3 1
    demand

    5%*

* Percentage of total score

Player Comments
  • low

    The thin topline invokes a sense you’re ready to stripe the ball inches from the cup. The feel is top tier. You don’t feel the mis-hits.

  • mid

    Feels great when you make good contact and when you make subpar contact they still feel good.

  • high

    Lightweight and effortless to swing. Upon impact the ball consistently compressed and had a straight high trajectory.

Club Specs

Lofts

7-iron: 28 degrees; PW: 42 degrees

Club Specs

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