NEW!  PXG 0811 Driver – Adjustability done like never before.

The PXG 0811 driver’s fully adjustable Precision Weighting System features 16 interchangeable weights on the sole of the driver, enabling players of all swing speeds to optimize their trajectory for maximum distance and accuracy.

The platinum-colored weights are made from high density tungsten material. The black weights are made from low density titanium material. The heavier tungsten weights provide a significant amount of moveable mass in the club head, which is easily adjusted to optimize launch, spin and direction.

The PXG Precision Weighting System keeps the mass distributed as a series of weights to increase the MOI and forgiveness. Players will benefit from the flexibility of adjustable mass, while maintaining an extremely high level of forgiveness.

PXG’s unique weighting system also makes it easier to adjust the total weight of the 0811 driver head. Our research has proven that fine tuning the head weight and corresponding swing weight is a very important, yet highly underutilized, fitting attribute to optimize performance.

The adjustable hosel also provides +/- 1.5 degrees of loft adjustment range in .75 degree increments.

Available Lofts: 9° and 10.5° in RH and LH.  Call or email for pricing.

What do the numbers mean?

PXG founder Bob Parsons served as a rifleman with the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. A recipient of the
Purple Heart Medal, Combat Action Ribbon and Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, Parsons credits his service in the Marine Corps
for his successes in life.
PXG’s unique club numbering system is a tribute to the brave men and women who serve in the United States Marine Corps. The
Marine Corps’ Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) is a system for categorizing career fields. All enlisted and officer Marines
are assigned a four digit code denoting their occupational field and specialty.

Field Artillery Cannoneer: As a member of a field artillery howitzer battery, cannoneers prepare artillery
pieces and equipment for movement, combat and firing.

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