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The 0211 Clydesdale Putter is named after the Clydesdale horse, known for its unmistakable markings and considerable size.
The prominent Runway Reticle™ alignment feature presents a geometric, arrow-like aid that supports enhanced face awareness and control. This visual mechanism pairs with a topline alignment feature to improve aim throughout the putting stroke. A flared cavity offers both visual cues and helps save critical mass from the center of the clubhead. This mass saving is repositioned on the perimeter of the clubhead for improved MOI and stroke stability.
Also featured in PXG’s flagship Battle Ready Putters, the Pyramid Face Pattern is engineered for maximum performance across the club face. Based on tour player feedback and R&D testing, the groove depth enhances feel and optimizes initial ball velocity. This design helps ensure consistency in all significant factors that affect roll such as launch angle, spin rates, and skid distance.
OPTIMIZED PYRAMID FACE PATTERN
The plumber’s neck hosel orients the shaft axis midway between the heel and face center resulting in a mid-toe hang angle, which significantly reduces the rotational inertial forces. Optimal for players with mild amount of face rotation and can be effectively used by both straight and arced stroke types.
PXG offers a robust matrix of high-end shaft options. Each shaft is handpicked and rigorously tested by PXG Engineers. If it makes the cut, that shaft becomes part of PXG’s coveted lineup of driver, fairway, hybrid, iron and putter shafts. To learn more about all the shafts in PXG’s matrix, click here.
In 2022, PXG unveiled its first ever shaft, the PXG M16 Putter Shaft. Delivering unmatched stiffness, effortless consistency, and a wildly soft feel – it features a high-grade multi-material construction and superior internal engineering for enhanced stability on the green. To learn more about the M16 Putter Shaft, click here.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: If you’d like expert assistance over the phone to ‘dial in’ your PXG equipment, please call our PXG Fitting Experts at 866.YES.4PXG. And every club is backed by our 30-day money back guarantee! (Excludes shipping and 10% restocking fee.)
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For a limited time, PXG is offering free expedited shipping when you purchase 7 or more 0211's or Gen2 Irons. Expedited Shipping will be applied during the checkout process when the correct conditions are met.
Putter Loft: Loft is the angle measured between the face and a vertical plane. Loft enables the ball to launch at the proper angle to be sure it isn’t being driven into the ground at impact or skidding significantly before rolling. Players with substantial forward press should consider adding loft, while players whose hands are behind the ball at impact should consider a decreased loft angle.
Putter Lie: Lie is the angle measured between the shaft and the ground plane at impact. Lie angle is adjusted to make the head level at impact; the proper lie angle will help square the face angle to the target and improve consistency of contact.
Putter Length: Putter length is determined by your physical stature and putting posture. Generally, a longer putter will cause a player to stand farther from the ball, while a shorter putter will make a player stand closer. Our goal when adjusting putter length is to help a player consistently and comfortably get into the proper position over the ball.
GRAPHITE: Graphite iron shafts are vibration dampening, light weight options. They produce a softer feel as well as higher launch and more speed for improved distance.
STEEL: Steel iron shafts are designed to maximize consistency and provide a stable feel for stronger players. Steel shafts are generally heavier than graphite and are available in a variety of weights and stiffness profiles to help optimize your launch conditions.
Beginning golfers who are not in the L or A shaft flex category should select R: Regular Flex Shafts.
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