PXG’s new blade irons are designed to hit crisper shots from the fairway
PXG is stepping up its game with the release of its 0311XF iron collection. Featuring the company’s TPE Core Technology, the game-improvement irons offer forgiveness and a superior feel while maintaining the look of a PXG blade.
The new irons are an enhancement of last year’s PXG 0311 forged blades, with the latest offering having a longer blade length, wider sole and slightly larger profile to inspire confidence at address.
“We’d all love to hit the ball perfectly every time, but the truth is many of us don’t,” said PXG founder Bob Parsons. “Most players struggle with imperfect swings and, for some, playing a blade can be intimidating. So we engineered a game-improvement iron that is even more forgiving than the original PXG 0311 irons.”
PXG 0311XF irons are triple forged and have an ultra-thin face coupled with a structural thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) material to dampen vibrations and provide efficient energy transfer. The large, TPE-filled internal cavity promotes higher ball speeds and increased distance, and the high-density tungsten alloy weights distribute the mass for optimal center of gravity.
“The longer blade length and wider sole help increase the MOI and drive the CG back to create greater forgiveness and more dynamic loft at impact,” said Brad Schweigert, PXG’s chief product officer. “As a result, the clubs are incredibly forgiving and deliver outstanding mis-hit performance.”
PXG 0311XF irons integrate with the 0311 series and support complete and mixed set makeups. With the 0311XF irons, PXG now offers three collections engineered for golfers at every level of the game. The PXG 0311T is for tour pros and top-level golfers, and the PXG 0311 is the company’s original iron and accommodates the widest range of golfing skills. It has a larger head and a bit more offset for more forgiveness and better performance no matter the strike.
All three iron models are priced at $350 per club, and the entire PXG 0311 series is available in chrome and, for an additional $150 per iron, Xtreme Dark, a black diamond-like carbon (DLC) coating.