PXG has released a new set of players’ irons that have offer distance and workability for skilled golfers.
The new PXG 0211 ST irons, which are priced at £150 per club, are a triple forged from 8620 soft carbon steel. The forging process creates a tight grain structure that increases the material’s strength, prolonging groove life and producing exceptional feel.
Despite the blade design, the strategic repositioning of weight throughout the clubhead results in an increased overall moment of inertia. A tapered sole and back-bottom flange add weight towards the toe end of the clubhead, while additional material is removed from the upper mid-section and repositioned high on the toe, which makes them far more forgiving than a traditional blade. A shorter blade length also allows players more control of the face at impact and offers enhanced workability.
PXG founder and CEO Bob Parsons said: “We had to see if we could develop a pure tour blade that packs a punch at a killer price tag. Good enough for the tour, but designed for the average Joe, the 0211 ST Irons feel as good as they look and perform like a car on rails.”