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New 2022 PXG 0211 woods: What you need to know

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What you need to know: Premium quality materials at an attractive price point are the hallmark of the latest iteration of PXG’s 0211 driver, fairway woods, and hybrids.

2022 PXG 0211 woods: What’s new

As we said with the original incarnation of the 0211 line in 2021, PXG engineers Mike Nicolette and Brad Schweigert “had very specific goals with the 0211 line: 1. Create a comprehensive set of clubs to fit the largest demographic of the golf population when it comes to skill and handicap. 2. Offer…proven technology. 3. Provide a premium option at an affordable price point for both right and left-handed golfers.”

All this remains true for the 2022 edition as PXG has found new ways to deliver technology at a value — for reference, 0211 drivers will retail for less than $300.

2022 PXG 0211 driver

PXG touts the 0211 driver’s Ti-811 titanium alloy body and Ti-412 titanium alloy face. According to PXG, “high-strength ti412 titanium alloy is a material that has an exceptionally high yield strength and a low elastic modulus” for thin-walled design and enhanced ball speeds. The 2022 0211 driver also features variable face design and robotic face polishing for high precision control of face bulge and roll and overall thickness. Eschewing moveable weights, PXG engineers instead opted for precise control of weight distribution — and a resulting MOI over 5,000 g-cm^3.

According to PXG, the 2022 0211 driver delivers 1.6 mph faster ball speeds than the previous model in testing.

2022 PXG 0211 fairway woods, hybrids

Traditional head shape with a clean and classic look, but with tech from 0311 flagship. 2022 PXG 0211 fairway woods feature the same square face design as 0311 fairways. Hosel weight has been moved to perimeter of the club for maximum MOI. AM355 stainless steel — higher strength than typical steel — body with a HT1770 maraging steel face. Lower spinning than previous model with similar launch.

What PXG says

“With these sticks, you get far more than you pay for! These golf clubs represent a well-researched design that strips away all distractions while employing top-quality materials and advanced technologies to help make the game easier and more enjoyable for golfers across the board.” – PXG founder and CEO Bob Parsons

Specs and availability

  • Available 10/28

Prices

  • Drivers $299
  • Fairways $249
  • Hybrids $249

 

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  1. Chris

    Oct 27, 2022 at 7:19 pm

    Hope it sounds better than previous 0211 driver.

  2. Matt

    Oct 18, 2022 at 12:29 pm

    Still looks like an expensive box set

    • Mike

      Oct 22, 2022 at 10:09 pm

      Ever tested PXG clubs? We’re not talking about mail order bride pictures here. I couldn’t care less what they look like if they perform the best.

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