PXG Xtreme Golf Balls represent a first move into the golf balls space for the manufacturer. How does the new premium ball perform and what can we expect?
Now golf balls are available from PXG with the Xtreme set to rival the most premium balls on the market by helping increase your distance, speed and accuracy out on the course.
We take a look at the design of the first PXG golf ball, what they offer to your game and whether they are suited to you in our comprehensive review.
What PXG says about the new Xtreme golf balls:
“PXG is first and foremost a research and development company. Everything we do starts with a question, ‘Can we make a better product?’
“For a long time, despite our best efforts, we weren’t sure if we could make a better golf ball. But we didn’t stop trying.
“Adding a new partner to expand our engineering capabilities and leveraging years of data and testing, we are pleased and proud to finally introduce a golf ball good enough to earn the PXG name.
“High C.O.R. polybutadiene core created for high-speed performance, and firm ionomer mantle layer engineered to increase speed and distance off the tee.
“Soft urethane bright white outer cover designed to maximize spin and control for your approach shots and around the green with exceptional durability.”
PXG Xtreme Golf Balls Design & Features
As you might expect, PXG are entering the golf ball sector with a premium product with the Xtreme sitting in the more advanced area of the market.
The ball has been designed to deliver the perfect blend of long distances, more accuracy and provide the greenside spin and control that golf are searching for.
A three-piece construction, the Xtreme balls are true to their United States heritage with each of those layers colours red, blue and white.
There is a high coefficient of restitution (C.O.R.) polybutadiene core to unleash high ball speeds, and a firm ionomer mantle that works in harmony with it.
The outer cover is a soft urethane cover, featuring a 338-dimple pattern, that has been created to generate the spin and control on the greens.
The design of the Xtreme balls produces a penetration ball flight from distance and a high trajectory for short game play. Each ball also features a dominant alignment aid to help hole more putts.
Verdict: Are PXG Xtreme Golf Balls any good?
It has been a long time coming for PXG to enter the golf ball space and the Xtreme has plenty of performance benefits.
There are a lot of similarities with the Kirkland Signature ball, the Costco model that also pitches itself as a value alternative to Pro V1s. It might well be that PXG have teamed up with the manufacturers of the Kirkland Signature.
Whoever is behind the design, they have come up with a classy perform that will offer something new for golfers in 2023.
What is the PXG Xtreme Golf Balls release date?
The new balls were launched in February 2023 and are available to purchase.
How much do PXG Xtreme balls cost?
A 12-pack of golf balls costs $39.99.
What is the PXG Xtreme Golf Balls compression?
The compression is between the Pro V1 and Pro V1x and is in the low 90s around the 92-93 mark.
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