The weights in the back look cool and serve a purpose, but the technology in these irons works as much from the inside as out. The hollow, elastomer-filled construction allowed PXG designers to create a thin, high-strength steel face that provides plenty of pop. The back of the forged body features tungsten screws to maximize off-center-hit stability. You can get the iron in the Xtreme Dark finish for an extra $100 an iron.
I had no issues getting the ball in the air. The swingweight feels right, and I like the look from head to heel. It really performed.
I was impressed by the height of the long irons, and the heads carve through the turf.