From clubs to club maker, I feel like PXG is behind me.

Charl Schwartzel

Charl Schwartzel

Charl Adriaan Schwartzel (born August 31, 1984) is a South African professional golfer who plays on the PGA TOUR and European Tour. Schwartzel turned professional at the age of eighteen and, following the path of many other leading South African players, he qualified for the European Tour the same year. In 2011 Schwartzel joined the PGA TOUR and won his first major title at the Masters. Schwartzel's highest world ranking is number six, after finishing in a tie for fourth at the WGC-Cadillac Championship in 2012. A worldwide champion, Schwartzel currently has 14 career wins.

PXG Troop Since: July 2016 

One PGA TOUR Victory

  • Valspar Championship, 2016

One Major Tour Victory

  • Masters Tournament, 2011

Twelve International Victories

  • Tshwane Open, 2016
  • Alfred Dunhill Championship, 2015
  • Alfred Dunhill Championship, 2013
  • Nanshan China Masters, 2013
  • Thailand Golf Championship, 2012
  • Joburg Open, 2011
  • Africa Open, 2010
  • Joburg Open, 2010
  • Madrid Masters, 2008
  • Open de Espana, 2007
  • Vodacom Tour Championship, 2006
  • Alfred Dunhill Championship, 2005

My game is in good shape and with PXG clubs in my bag I’m feeling very confident.

What's in Charl's Bag?

  • PXG 0811X 9° Prototype Driver with T1100 HZRDUS 70-x
  • PXG 0341X 3 Wood with Rogue 80-x
  • PXG 0311XF 4-Iron with DG Superlite x-100 
  • PXG 0311 Irons 3, 5-9pw with DG Superlite x-100 
  • PXG 0311 51° Wedge with DG Superlite x-100
  • PXG 0311 55° Wedge with DG S-400

PLAY WHAT THE PROS PLAY  

PXG equipment is currently being played on all three major U.S. tours – the PGA TOUR, the Champions Tour and the LPGA Tour. With PXG clubs in your bag you can play like a pro, or at least see your game improved.

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Tour Pro Approved

PXG’s professional staff includes PGA TOUR Champions Zach Johnson, Charl Schwartzel, Billy Horschel, Chris Kirk, Ryan Moore, James Hahn and Charles Howell III, Champions Tour golfer Rocco Mediate, and LPGA players Cristie Kerr, Gerina Piller, Alison Lee and Beatriz Recari.