18 August 2016
Clubs Unlike Any Other
The introduction of a new range of high-end golf clubs from new brand Parson Xtreme Golf (PXG) has enlivened the world golf industry. The PXG clubs feature a fully adjustable Precision Weighting System - which creates each club’s signature look - and as a result the clubs feel and perform unlike anything else. The technology distributes mass through a series of weights to increase MOI (moment of inertia).
PXG clubs were first launched in early 2015 and have a unique numbering system. In addition to referencing MOS codes, the number is a tribute to the brave men and women who serve in the United States Marine Corps. The name Parson refers to Bob Parsons, a billionaire and the founder of PXG, who served as a rifleman with the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War.
PXG clubs, whose tagline promises they are a ‘golf club unlike any other’ are currently being played on all three major U.S. Tours. Professionals using PXGs include PGA TOUR Champions Zach Johnson, Billy Horschel, Chris Kirk, Ryan Moore, James Hahn, and Charles Howell III, Champions Tour golfer Rocco Mediate, and LPGA players Cristie Kerr, Gerina Piller, Alison Lee, Beatriz Recari and Sadena Parks.
PXG 0811 DRIVER
- It has 16 movable weights and an adjustable hosel (+/- 1 .5°) offering players fine-tuning options and allowing the golfer to hone their launch conditions for optimal ball flight while retaining a high MOI.
PXG 0341 FAIRWAY WOODS
- It features 11 interchangeable weights coupled with an adjustable hosel (+/- 1 .5°). The strategically placed mass in a low profile head design produces a high launch with a penetrating ball flight to achieve longer distances.
PXG 0311 IRONS
- The irons have a patented technology featuring an ultra-thin face coupled with a structural TPE (thermo plastic elastomer) material. High-density tungsten alloy weights position mass for an optimal CG position and high MOI resulting in longer, more consistent shots.
PXG 0311 WEDGES
- It offers the versatility to play all the short shots needed to produce consistently low scores. The grooves have been designed to yield the maximum amount of spin on shorter shots near the green while optimizing spin on longer shots from the fairway.