08 June 2017
A Stunning Gift
Something new has arrived at your storefront. The PXG 0311T milled wedges are here to fulfill your expectation of short game golf sabers. One-hundred percent milled from 8620 soft carbon steel, every line, curve, and angle, the wedge is produced to exacting specifications for consistent performance and advanced shot-making. This performance is aligned with PXG’s only measure for success.
“We believe our new milled wedges could very well be the best performing, most consistent wedge the golf industry has ever known. Every detail is held to the highest tolerance on a CNC mill and the finish is smoking hot,” said the founder of PXG, Bob Parsons.
There are four distinct sole designs: Sugar Daddy, Zulu, Romeo, and Darkness. Each sole is developed based on a few cues from some of the best wedge players in the world so that the result is an innovative sole design that fits a range of playing styles and abilities.
The Sugar Daddy, currently played by world No. 1 Lydia Ko, incorporates a moderate initial angle with a blended sole design. The wedge, which serves as the one-size-fits-all wedge, can be used effectively for a wide variety of turf and sand conditions.
Inspired by PXG’s pioneer touring professional Ryan Moore, Romeo incorporates a mild initial angle with minimal heel relief, allowing the lead edge to stay close to the ground. This wedge fit is ideal for playing from high rough or soft sand, creating an extreme amount of bounce when the face is open.
Masters champion and PGA TOUR professional Zach Johnson inspires Zulu, incorporating a steep initial angle with aggressive heel and toe relief. The Zulu is useful to be played from tight turf or firm ground, as it keeps the lead edge close to the ground from both a square and open-faced position.
The Darkness wedge, which was inspired by PXG’s founder himself, incorporates a moderate initial angle with moderate heel relief and a slightly larger head size for added forgiveness. The Darkness is part of a special collection of black clubs and gear that features a skull insignia and the number 26, representing the 26th Marine Corps Regiment that Parsons served with during the Vietnamese War.