PXG are known for creating high-end, premium-priced clubs but the new PXG 0211 woods buck that trend as affordable fairways new for 2022.
Instead of cutting the quality of the clubs, something the PXG name is built on, they instead cut their own margins “to the bone” to give golfers affordable quality.
What PXG says about the 2022 version of the 0211 fairway woods:
“Approachable and advanced, PXG 0211 Fairways feature a clean, classic design built from high-caliber materials.
“With an innovative, performance-focused approach to design and new technologies, PXG 0211 Fairways deliver improved accuracy, more controlled spin, and added forgiveness at a killer price.
PXG 0211 Fairways present an HT1770 stainless steel face that offers increased deflection for insanely fast ball speeds. The optimized squared face design shifts the perimeter skirt more vertical, increasing the surface area to significantly boost forgiveness.
Robotic polishing is a high-precision process that ensures the face thickness and the face curvature (the bulge and roll radii) are manufactured to design specs that maximize performance and impart corrective launch and spin for ideal ball flight on off-center shots.”
PXG 0211 Woods Specs & Fairways Design
The 0211 woods have been designed to give benefits such as more distance, controlled spin, excellent forgiveness, incredible accuracy and being easy to hit.
They have a fixed hosel design meaning there is no adjustability but there an abundance of technologies and features included in the cheapest yet PXGs.
The high-speed, squared face is made from stainless-steel and offers increased deflection for fast ball speeds as well as an increased area of forgiveness.
The robotic polishing technique ensures face thickness and face curvature are manufactured to design specs that maximize performance.
PXG’s High Modal Frequency Design ensures an outstanding feel and sound and in addition to their technology, the clubs look great. Some huge improvements have been made to the appearance of the crown.
Not only are the clubs affordable, they are forgiving and come in 3-wood, 5-wood and 7-wood options.
Verdict: Are the PXG 0211 Fairway Woods any good?
Not factoring in the price, these are very good clubs. Considering the price, these are great clubs. PXG have managed to create something very special with their 0211 woods. They have made top quality clubs at an affordable price range, significantly undercutting their competing manufacturers.
The woods will suit a wide range of golfers. They will suit price-conscious golfers who fear they are overpaying with traditional manufactures and traditional manufacturer prices. They will suit mid to high handicappers who will no doubt find the clubs to be extremely forgiving and be able to perform at the same level of some of the top clubs today.
PXG also offer a complimentary spec checking at one of their hubs within one year of receipt to ensure the club is properly suited to the golfer, enhancing the overall experience of using a PXG club.
How much do the PXG 0211 fairway woods cost?
The PXG 0211 woods retail for $179/£151. Prices can increase depending on the shaft chosen.
What are the PXG 0211 fairway woods specs?
The PXG 0211 fairways are available in three lofts, 3 wood (15 degrees), 5 wood (18 degrees) and 7 wood (21 degrees).
They come in left and right-handed and have a variety of shaft flexes and lengths to choose from.
Ladies, Senior, Regular, Stiff and Extra Stiff shafts are all catered for, and the length of each club can be extended or shortened by an inch.
There is a wealth of options when it comes to shaft type with a choice from six manufacturers. There is also a selection of grips in undersize, standard, midsize and oversize.
Is there anything different with the new PXG 0211 woods?
There are several differences between this year’s PXG 0211 fairway woods and the previous model.
The improvements in the appearance of the crown are instantly noticeable. The woods have gone from having a tacky two-toned appearance to being one of the best-looking clubs on the market.
They are also an average of 3.3 yards longer than the previous model and spin less, offering more control.
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