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PXG 0311 X GEN2 Driving Irons are a high-performance, low spin club with a striking profile that inspires confidence at address. Producing a penetrating ball flight that helps to keep the golf ball out of the wind and in the middle of the fairway, the 0311 X is an ideal option for golfers to augment their bag in adverse playing conditions.
Moderately sized, blade-style head design with a thin top rail appearance and minimal offset.
Wide sole width helps lower the center of gravity, producing less spin.
Milled internal cavity supports a significant volume of COR2 Technology.
COR2 is a low density, high speed, vibration-dampening material with explosive C.O.R. (coefficient of restitution) properties. Injected into PXG’s forged, hollow-bodied irons, the material supports an extremely efficient energy transfer, helping produce a more consistent response, incredible accuracy and an outstanding feel at impact.
The face is formed from ultra-thin HT1770 high-strength maraging steel that measures just 1.5mm thick, about the thickness of a penny. The weight saved by using a thin face allows more mass to be positioned in areas of the club head that help to optimize launch conditions and MOI.
Without changing the optical size of the face, PXG’s internal face perimeter cut-out design creates a 15% larger functional face area. This yields a larger trampoline for the COR2 material to react, producing faster ball speeds and significantly improving mishit performance.
The CNC milling process removes a significant amount of mass from the center of the hollow-bodied golf club. High-density, tungsten alloy weights, strategically positioned around the perimeter of the club head add mass to help increase MOI and create optimal launch conditions.
An angled back surface tapers the thickness of the club from heel-to-toe, while visually the top rail remains constant and parallel to the face. This geometry allows more mass to be positioned to the toe side of the club head for an increased MOI.
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