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PXG 0811 – Driver Review

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The PXG 0811 driver, which features sixteen moveable weights and an adjustable hosel, offers players fine-tuning options never before seen. The various combinations enable the golfer to hone their launch conditions for optimal ball flight while retaining a high MOI (moment of inertia). Research has proven that fine-tuning head weight and swing weight is a very important, yet highly underutilized, fitting attribute to optimize performance

Maximize Your Performance

The PXG 0811 club head has sixteen moveable weights that enable golfers to position the center of gravity for optimal performance. While there are thousands of possible combinations, there are five common positions.

Weights Optimize Direction, Spin and Launch

The PXG 0811 driver has platinum colored weights made of high-density tungsten and black weights made of low-density titanium. The tungsten provides a significant moveable mass in the clubhead, easily adjusted to optimize direction, launch and spin.

Precise Fit

PXG’s adjustable hosel can change the loft (+/-) 1 1/2 degrees to optimize the trajectory for each golfer’s unique swing.

Strength In Numbers

Ti 8-1-1 is a high grade performance titanium alloy suitable for casting extremely thin walled structures. Intricate geometries are better attained through casting.

Face

Using a high strength titanium alloy allows for a thinner face, thereby saving critical mass. Mass can be redistributed to various locations within the club head leading to a more optimized ball flight.

Optimizing Launch Conditions

The PXG Precision Weighting System keeps clubhead mass distributed through a series of weights to increase MOI. Fine-tuning will alter the initial launch conditions allowing the golfer to achieve the best possible results without altering his or her swing.

The PXG 0811 driver, which features sixteen moveable weights and an adjustable hosel, offers players fine-tuning options never before seen. The various combinations enable the golfer to hone their launch conditions for optimal ball flight while retaining a high MOI (moment of inertia). Research has proven that fine-tuning head weight and swing weight is a very important, yet highly underutilized, fitting attribute to optimize performance

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