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The Lucky "D" is modern take on a traditional mid-mallet design. The tour inspired teardrop design minimizes distractions and draws attention to the high-contrast alignment feature. This putter is lightweight for excellent control.
Milled 303 stainless steel.
Golf ball width cavity and high-contrast center stripe.
2 Sole Weights.
The small pyramid structures bite into the golf ball cover to create more consistent launch and roll characteristics, as well as an improved feel and sound. The size of the pyramids vary across the putter face with the greatest pattern density around the center. This is designed to offset the speed loss typically experienced on mishits, and ultimately leads to more consistent distance control across the entire face.
Precision Weighting Technology in the sole of each putter keeps club head mass distributed through a series of weights to increase MOI. Weights are made from heavier tungsten and lighter titanium and are available in 5g, 10g, 15g and 20g options. Every putter has an adjustable range of at least 30g – 10g down and 20g up.
The number of weights in the sole and overall mass varies by model, as well as by hosel selected. Fine-tuning will alter the head weight and can influence the initial launch conditions to counter pull or push miss tendencies.
VARIABLE-SIZEDPYRAMID FACE PATTERN
The longest of the 3 options, the double bend hosel raises the shaft axis to align with the center of gravity. This face balanced design minimizes resistance to twisting, assisting players who tend to push the ball. For players that prefer a center-shafted putter, this option raises the shaft axis to match that of a center-shafted putter, which mimics a face balanced style.
A traditional hosel design featuring distinct lines toward the target. Mid hang produces a versatile putter for a variety of strokes. With the most offset of any of the 3 hosels, the plumber's neck promotes hitting the ball later in the stroke for a more upward angle of attack.
Mid Toe Hang
The short, slanted neck keeps the shaft axis farther in the heel, creating more toe hang. This balance requires maximum effort to close the face through impact, helping players who tend to over-rotate the clubhead.
Significant Toe Hang
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Full Weight Kit Includes: A wrench and 8 weights: 2x 5g, 2x 10g, 2x 15g, 2x 20g
10g Weight Kit Includes: 2x 10g weights
15g Weight Kit Includes: 2x 15g weights
20g Weight Kit Includes: 2x 20g weights
5g Weight Kit Includes: 2x 5g weights
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Loft: Loft is the angle measured between the face and a vertical plane. Stronger lofts will create lower launch angles and spin rates, while weaker lofts will produce a higher launch and spin ball flight. Our irons are designed with loft specifications that fit the majority of players of all levels. We recommend standard loft unless a player has been through a full fitting with a PXG fitter.
Lie: Lie is the angle measured between the shaft and the ground plane at impact. Lie angle is adjusted based on a player’s physical stature as well as his or her swing characteristics to make the head level at impact. If you are not sure what your lie angle should be, we recommend using our full online fitting tool.
Length: Club length is determined by your physical stature as well as your consistency. Generally, longer clubs will add more speed but will also increase the dispersion pattern. If you are not sure what your length should be, we recommend using our full online fitting tool.
For golfers at every level of the game, the original PXG 0311 Irons provide forgiveness where you need it and performance where you want it.
A game improvement iron that offers xtreme forgiveness and superior feel, while maintaining the sleek look of a blade. The larger profile helps build confidence at address.
Inspired by PXG's touring professionals, the 0311T Irons create a more penetrating ball flight and offer xtreme workability for advanced shot making.
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.
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