PXG is undeniably the best equipment to help me achieve my goals on the course.

Zach Johnson

Zach Johnson

Zach Johnson, an Iowa native and American professional golfer, has been playing golf since age ten. Johnson turned pro in 1998. In 2007 he won The Masters Tournament by a margin of two strokes. It was his first major title and made him the first player ranked outside the top fifty to win the Masters in the history of the ranking. Johnson has captured twelve PGA TOUR wins including the 2015 Open Championship. 

PXG Troop Since: January 2016 

Twelve PGA TOUR Victories

  • BellSouth Classic, 2004
  • AT&T Classic, 2007
  • Valero Texas Open, 2008
  • Sony Open, 2009
  • Valero Texas Open, 2009
  • Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, 2010
  • John Deere Classic, 2012
  • Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, 2012
  • BMW Championship, 2013
  • Hyundai Tournament of Champions, 2014

Two Major Tour Victories

  • Masters Tournament, 2007
  • The Open Championship, 2015

The decision to put PXG clubs in play was not one I took lightly. My entire team, from caddie to coach, was part of the discernment process.

What's in Zach's Bag?

  • PXG 0811X Prototype Driver, 9° with Diamana Blue 73-x; 45.25"
  • PXG 0341X 3-wood 15° with Aldila Tour Blue 80-x; 43"
  • PXG 0341 5-wood, 18° with Fuji Red 8.2-x; 41.75"
  • PXG 0317 Hybrid, 19° with Fuji Speeder 8.8-x; 40.25"
  • PXG 0311XF 4 Iron with X-100 stepped soft; +¼"
  • PXG 0311T Irons 5-9pw with X-100 stepped soft; +¼"
  • PXG 0311T 54° Wedge with S400; 35.375"
  • PXG 0311T 60° Wedge with S400; 35.25"

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.