Best PXG Golf Clubs 2024

Interested in the best PXG golf clubs? Here are our picks for the best of what the company has to offer

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It’s hard to believe that PXG has been around for less than a decade now given the splash that it has made in the golf club industry in such a short period of time. But when you make quality golf products, golfers are going to notice. And we’ve taken notice as well, which is why we put together this guide with our picks for the best PXG golf clubs that are currently available for players to choose from.

You can use the following information below to make great choices for your on-course needs when it comes to PXG golf clubs, and we have other guides that you can use as well in your search for the best gear. Among those that you might want to check out include the best Wilson golf clubs or the best Tour Edge golf clubs.

And if you’re considering PXG irons, which the company is best known for, the following guides might also help as you research all of your options: the best Callaway irons, best Ping irons, best Titleist irons, and best TaylorMade irons

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Best PXG Golf Clubs

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Sets

PXG 0211 Z Golf Club Set Review

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A visually excellent set that delivers a lot of forgiveness

Specifications

Clubs: 10

Reasons to buy

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Stunning looks
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Very forgiving

Reasons to avoid

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Acoustically won't suit everyone

There are three options when buying these as a set. The 10 piece full bag costs $1695 and includes six hybrid irons (6-9 plus a pitching wedge and sand wedge), three woods (a 16° driver, 4 and 5 wood) and a 0211 Hellcat Putter along with the PXG Bag and a hat. This is what we were lucky enough to be testing. You can also buy just the three woods or six hybrid irons on their own for $795 each.

Asking a beginner for north of $1,600 means these fall firmly into the premium end of the market. Value is always subjective but it's a big investment for a category of player that may not be willing to spend so heavily with a low skill level, not knowing if it will improve enough to warrant it. You only have to take a look at our best club sets for beginners to see there are a number of options out there from the leading manufacturers, but we're confident in saying the 0211 Z is one of the best beginner sets on the market. 

Woods

Photo of the PXG Black Ops driver

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A premium, well built driver with great sound and feel

Specifications

Crown: Carbon fiber
Face: Titanium alloy
Head weight: 203g
Stock length: 45.5 inches
Adjustability: +/- 1.5 degrees
Available lofts: 8º, 9º, 10.5º, 12º

Reasons to buy

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We really like the modern visual
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The sound and feel are excellent
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Really good all rounder

Reasons to avoid

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A little light on ball speed versus some competitors

From a technology point of view, the two main targeted areas - as normal - seem to be distance and forgiveness. PXG feels it has addressed the distance element through a titanium alloy face that it is referring to as AMF Technology. It claims that the higher strength and increased flexibility increases face deflection and produces a higher launch and lower spin. With regard to the forgiveness, the composite construction has been specifically designed to push mass to the perimeter, which has pushed the combined MOI reading to near 10,000 gcm2.

When you put the Black Ops driver down behind the ball, you are greeted with a fairly busy aesthetic. PXG has pulled this off well with an all gloss finish, carbon crown and subtle, light grey accent graphics. The shape is pleasingly rounded and the head sits extremely square in the neutral setting. This might be our favorite sounding driver of the 2024 launches and as sound and feel are so closely linked, it predictably feels great. In a lovely middle ground of lively without being harsh, impacts with the PXG Black Ops are a genuinely pleasurable experience. 

On the sole of the club there are three adjustable weights to help you dial in launch conditions really precisely. This produced a really nice flight and impressive stability. We genuinely liked the Black Ops driver. It feels and looks extremely premium and well built, and the acoustics are spot on. Furthermore, we found it to be a genuinely stable and reliable driver that inspires confidence over the ball.

Photo of the PXG Black Ops Tour Driver

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A low spinning, distance driver for better players

Specifications

Crown: Carbon fiber
Face: Titanium alloy
Head weight: N/A
Stock length: 45.5 inches
Adjustability: +/- 1.5 degrees
Available lofts: 8°, 9°, 10.5°

Reasons to buy

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Extremely low spinning
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Sound and feel are excellent
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Penetrating ball flight

Reasons to avoid

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A little more volatile than the standard Black Ops for dispersion

We were very impressed with the standard Black Ops driver so we were excited to test the Tour-1 version too. Down behind the ball, you are greeted with a somewhat busy aesthetic but PXG has pulled it off well, with an all gloss finish, carbon crown and subtle, light grey accent graphics. 

We loved the feel of the driver as well because it is basically identical to the standard model, giving that lovely middle ground of lively without being harsh, producing a really satisfying audio.

The performance was, on the whole, very good too. Very aggressive spin numbers and strong ball speeds will please many of the high speed players among you. This aggressive flight obviously won’t suit everyone’s requirements but for high speed players with excessive spin, this could very well be the driver they’ve been looking for. It should be noted that in our testing we did think it was a little more volatile in terms of dispersion than the standard model.

The stunning PXG 0311 XF Gen6 Driver held aloft on the golf course

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An extremely fast driver for those with slower swing speeds

Specifications

Crown: Carbon fiber
Face: Ti412 titanium alloy face
Head weight: 203g
Stock length: 45.5 inches
Adjustability: +/- 1.5 degrees
Available lofts: 9º, 10.5º, 12º

Reasons to buy

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Noticeably faster than prior version
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Especially forgiving
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Pleasing sound and feedback on strikes across the face

Reasons to avoid

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A full custom fitting is essential to maximise performance

PXG as a brand are known for producing some of the most premium and best golf clubs on the market and while we were expecting big things from the 0311 XF Gen6 driver, it certainly delivered. The XF Gen6 driver comes with a very sleek, sci-fi clubhead that oozes class as you address the golf ball. 

It's a design that helps you feel confident over the golf ball, and combined with the performance it offers, that makes it one of the best high handicap drivers available right now. The XF stands for 'Xtreme Forgiveness' and comes with a large profile. That gives it an enticing shelf appeal to any beginner player, but it also delivers additional stability to provide straighter drives that will help you find the fairway. We loved how big the face looks on the club, and the strike zone is also much taller than that on the Gen5's face. During our testing sessions, that made this club simply a joy to play with. It was so easy to launch the ball into the air, with the club delivering ultra-fast ball speeds making it one of the best drivers for slow swing speeds.

When we first struck this driver, what instantly impressed us was the rapid propulsion of the golf ball off the face. The result is lower spin and higher launch angles and we certainly saw our shots carrying very satisfying distances because of that. The face also comes with varying degrees of thickness, which helped us when we didn't quite strike the golf ball off the middle. That increases the clubs durability, too, meaning that this driver will last the test of time.

The stunning PXG 0311 XF Gen5 driver showing off its adjustable weighting system

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Forgiving and fast

Specifications

Crown: Carbon fiber
Face: Titanium
Head weight: 203 grams
Stock length: 45.5 inches
Adjustability: +/- 1.5 degrees
Available lofts: 9, 10.5, 12 degrees

Reasons to buy

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Impresses in terms of accuracy
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Solid impact acoustics

Reasons to avoid

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Mid-spin profile might not fit high-speed players

When you see “XF” in the name of a PXG golf club, it’s a clear sign that the club was developed first and foremost with forgiveness in mind. That was definitely the case with the 0311 XF GEN5 driver, which in our testing excelled from a forgiveness standpoint thanks to its high-MOI design and expanded sweet spot akin to many of the most forgiving drivers on the market. 

That said, we also saw impressive distance numbers during testing, so this driver isn’t solely about its performance on mis-hits. The 0311 XF GEN5 also features two movable sole weights to help players create the launch and spin conditions they’re looking for, a process that’s also aided by a loft sleeve that provides loft, lie angle, and face angle adjustability. 

PXG Black Ops Fairway Wood

PXG Black Ops Fairway Wood Review

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Great consistency both off the deck and off a tee

Specifications

Crown: Carbon fiber
Face: Titanium
Adjustability: +/- 1.5 degrees
Lofts: 3 (15º), 4 (17º), 5 (18º), 7 (21º)

Reasons to buy

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Performs well from the tee and off the fairway
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Sleek, modern design
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Precision weighting technology provides customization

Reasons to avoid

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Modern clubhead looks may not please purists

The Black Ops fairway offers very close to the perfect blend of performance and playability. The black and silver tones alongside a high-grade carbon fiber crown give this golf club some serious shelf appeal and a really premium look. The carbon crown has allowed the engineers at PXG to save mass and redistribute it lower around the head's perimeter, creating what it is calling 'the optimal CG dispersion for forgiveness'. There are three weight ports that can be chosen individually when custom ordering your fairway wood, ensuring you are going to see the exact ball flight you desire. 

The face has been made 12.5 percent thinner than the predecessors and when testing the Black Ops fairway wood, we noticed straight away how good these clubs felt off it. The sensation was springy and the numbers proved that, with ball speeds reaching up to 162mph. Last year the 0211 fairway wood made it into our best fairway woods guide as well as our most most forgiving fairway woods guide and the Black Ops fairway wood is set to follow suit.

PXG 0211 2022 Hybrid resting on the green

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A stunning hybrid that offers a great deal of confidence and modern aesthetics

Specifications

Crown: AM355 stainless steel body
Face: HT1770 hybrid stainless steel
Adjustability: +/- 1.5 degrees
Lofts: 19º, 22º, 25º, 28º

Reasons to buy

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Versatile, confidence-inspiring shape
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Clean, modern aesthetics
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Powerful ball flight

Reasons to avoid

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Doesn’t represent the same superb value as the driver

One of the best hybrid golf clubs on the market, the PXG 0211 2022 hybrid is an exciting club for any aspirational golfer that delivers a lot of versatility, power and performance. Visually it is one of the cleanest looking clubs we've tested in recent times, boasting a cool matte black crown that is contrasted by a shiny, chrome sole plate. The head itself isn't too bulky, but instills confidence behind the ball. 

During testing, we were enamoured by how powerful this club was. The club averaged strong flights and even better carries, and on a blustery autumn day, we found the ball cut through the wind very nicely. From a range of lies, this delivered consistently powerful shots. For those in search of a truly versatile option for the top end of the bag, this is well worth considering.

Irons

PXG 0317 CB Iron Review

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A forgiving set of irons that are great for low handicap golfers

Specifications

Category : Blade
Construction: Forged
Material: 8620 soft carbon steel

Reasons to buy

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Pretty forgiving for a compact iron
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Pleasing soft yet solid feel
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Produces good distance, consistently

Reasons to avoid

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Soft metal does dink easily

This players distance iron from PXG is arguably one of the best looking irons in the game right now. The 0317 CB irons are a forgiving set of clubs that we really enjoyed playing with thanks to their pleasing, yet solid feel. They boast a similar design to the PXG 0137 ST irons, but the cavity on the back of these clubs perhaps gives them a slightly more forgiving look, that invites the player to swing through the ball. The cavity, and the central weight behind the sweet spot both catch the player's eye and but also help to improve how easy it is to play with these clubs. 

At address, these irons boast a thin top line and have little to no offset on show. The white bottom groove also really helps to set the face square on your target. We tested these irons both on the range and on the course and loved how they felt. They're springy but are also very controlled and we did enjoy how soft they felt with each iron being three-times forged from a soft carbon steel. 

The ball flights it subsequently produced were pretty low and stable but you can also work shots both ways if you need to attack a pin or fight the wind. Well-struck iron shots are rewarded with plenty of distance and a decent angle of 40º playability into firmer greens. There really is a lot to like about this iron set, and we thoroughly enjoyed playing with them on the course. For their performance, they are easily one of the best irons for low handicap players.

PXG 0311 P Gen6 Iron held aloft on the golf course showing off its black clubhead

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Futuristic looks combine with excellent performance here

Specifications

Category : Blade
Construction : Forged
Material: HT1770 maraging steel

Reasons to buy

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Fast and forgiving
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Soft, bouncy feel at impact
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Precision weighting gets you dialled in

Reasons to avoid

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Not everyone will enjoy the busy look

A brand known for their pursuit of golf club perfection, PXG design some simply stunning golf clubs that break the mold of traditional designs. Looking at this latest offering from the brand, the PXG 0311 Gen6 Iron reinforces that reputation offering some simply stunning visuals, thanks to its stainless steel clubhead. It offers a futuristic design, with multiple ports and different weights on the back of the clubhead that are contrasted against the black plate on the rear of the golf club. The performance lives up to the design too, with this club being one of the best compact mid-handicap irons around. 

During our testing sessions, the 0311 Gen6 felt responsive off the face and offered a very soft feel on impact. That comes down to its design, with the face on these irons being 15 percent thinner than the Gen5 model. The face is supported by an XCOR2 polymer material hidden inside the cavity, helping increase face deflection and mishit performance, also making it a great club if you struggle with your consistency. 

The power took us by surprise here too, with the ball rocketing of the club face into the air. The ball flights were also favourable in this offering, with the center of gravity of the club head sitting lower thanks to the adjustable weights in its heel. You can alter them to your requirements to help you improve ball flights and hit straighter, longer shots. Ultimately, despite its blade design, this is one of the most forgiving irons on this list.

The stunning PXG 0211 XCOR2 Irons and their sleek design on the golf course

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A powerful iron that offers great forgiveness for inconsistent ball strikers

Specifications

Category : Blade iron
Construction : 1770 maraging stainless steel
Material: Stainless steel

Reasons to buy

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Dense, springy feel
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Excellent distance
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Very forgiving

Reasons to avoid

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Flat, hooky ball flight in the long irons at times

An addition to the very affordable 0211 range, the PXG XCOR2 irons are an excellent set of clubs that  match up to some of the best distance irons in the business. Having put this set to the test on the golf course, these powerful and springy irons delivered an excellent impact experience which we really enjoyed. We also loved the visuals on offer here and thought it was a step up from the the 0211 DC iron. It looks sleeker and comes with premium visuals thanks to the stainless satin chrome inserts on the heel of the club. It also comes in an 'Xtreme Dark' finish which gives the club a very sleek, stealthy design. 

One of the biggest highlights of this club is how forgiving and playable it was, making it a fantastic option for any player looking to improve their ball striking consistency. The club sits with a generous amount of offset behind the golf ball, with the sole width and blade length being progressive throughout the set, giving a lot of confidence at address. According to PXG, the club has one of the thinnest faces in golf, measuring less than 1.5mm and behind the face there is a hollow cavity which features the new XCOR2 polymer. This helps to reposition the weight lower and to the back of the club. 

That ultimately translates to greater forgiveness and a feel that we loved when struck pure. It feels, dense but bouncy and we loved how the ball felt fast off the face. On testing, we were very impressed with the distance on offer. The ball flights were a little flat but did fly higher than the 0211 DC iron, but we did enjoy that shots struck low on the face barely lost any height, making this one of the most forgiving irons available right now.

PXG 0211 DC Irons

PXG 0211 DC Iron review new

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An excellent value offering given the distance and forged-like feel

Specifications

Clubs available: 4-LW

Reasons to buy

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Forged like soft feel
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Consistent distances

Reasons to avoid

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Flat ball flight limits stopping power

This iron is built around the DualCor (DC) system that comprises two types os polymer inside the hollow head. The inner core polymer provides energy return while the outer core high COR polymer provides increased structural stability to support the thin steel face.

The standard 7-iron loft is 28°, so clearly this is a distance-orientated iron but through custom it can be built two degrees stronger or weaker. Our testing told us that this is a cast game improvement iron that sounds and somewhat feels like a forged club. The ball flat is quite low but the spin is high, which creates a balance of distance, a strong trajectory and stopping power that golfers of all abilities look for but especially the higher handicapper.

PXG 0317 ST Blades Iron

PXG 0317 ST Blades Iron held aloft showing off their clubhead weight

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Stunning looks are combined with excellent playability

Specifications

Category : Blade iron set
Construction: Triple forged
Materials : 8620 soft carbon steel

Reasons to buy

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Soft but lively feel
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Stunning looks
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Surprisingly playable for a blade

Reasons to avoid

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Metal scuffs easily

Perhaps one of the most playable blade irons on the market right now, the PXG 0317 is an excellent model that experienced players should definitely consider playing with. As with most PXG clubs, this offering is visually arresting. It is made from triple forged 8620 soft carbon steel and boasts a very cool milled pattern on its back that enhances the aesthetic. The tungsten weight that sits behind the hitting zone adds to the unique design on show here, and helps to make the face more forgiving on impact. 

It's hard to fault the club's profile and the brushed satin finish on the blade too. Testing this iron on the course and on the range, it excels in the feel it produces, which is a dense, yet compressed feel that you'd expect from a muscle back club, but is married with a springy, energetic sensation. That is one of the highlights of this lively club, which strikes the ball as long as most other low handicap irons we've tested. And surprisingly, considering this is a blade iron, there's a lot of forgiveness and playability on offer here too, giving you that extra margin for error which is very welcomed here. 

Photo of the PXG 0317 X Driving Iron

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Among the very best driving/utility irons out there

Specifications

Category: Utility iron
Construction: Hollow
Material: Carbon steel, stainless steel

Reasons to buy

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Really nice head shape
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Extremely penetrating ball flight
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Lively feel off the face

Reasons to avoid

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If you are looking for help with launch, look elsewhere!

PXG claims the ‘thinnest iron face in golf’ with the 0317 X, along with a longer blade length and its proprietary XCOR2 interior material aimed at increasing ball speed and enhancing feel. But how did it perform? 

Starting the with the looks, we think the aesthetics are really top notch here. The milling and polishing give this iron such a premium feel and a pretty generous blade length inspires confidence, whilst the leading edge sits very squarely at address. 

When hitting the club, you didn’t need a launch monitor to see the penetrating flight produced. Pure strikes took off seriously low and continued on this course with minimal rise from spin. As a result if you want height from your utility iron, best look elsewhere. Happily, we found some really strong levels of forgiveness too as poorer strikes didn't suffer too much in terms of distance or feel.

If you're in the market for a new driving iron, why not also check out our guide on the best driving irons, that shows off a collection of some of the best models for distance money can buy!

Wedges

PXG Sugar Daddy II Wedge resting on the fairway showing off its two sleek finishes

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A standout in terms of spin and forgiveness

Specifications

Construction: Forged
Materials: Carbon steel, stainless steel
Grooves: CNC milled
Available lofts: 50-62 degrees

Reasons to buy

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Excellent greenside spin
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Highly forgiving on mis-hits

Reasons to avoid

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Limited bounce angle options

When it comes to wedges with higher toe sections and full face grooves, PXG has joined the party with its Sugar Daddy II models. It must be said, however, that we noticed immediately that the higher toe section was more subtle in the Sugar Daddy II than other similar options on the market. Where these wedges stood out in testing was in terms of the spin they provided and the forgiveness they offered - which we were so impressed by, that we rank them as some of the best wedges on the market. 

That said, we did find that in spite of being forged from 8620 carbon steel the feel was on the firmer side. Sugar Daddy II wedges offer two sole grinds (C and BP) for players to choose from. The C-Grind was created for versatility and firmer turf and sand conditions, while the BF-Grind was developed for softer conditions and forgiveness. Both grinds performed well in our testing, but it should be noted that there are limited bounce options to choose from in the line. 

Putters

PXG Battle Ready Brandon Putter and its precision milled clubface that stands out on the greens

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A classic blade with modern customization options

Specifications

Materials: 303 stainless steel, high-density tungsten
Head design: Blade
Toe hang: Custom hosel designs available
Loft: 3 degrees
Lie angle: 70 degrees

Reasons to buy

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Custom hosel designs to match stroke types
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Excellent feel off the face

Reasons to avoid

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“Battle Black” finish might not appeal to all

A favorite of ours when it comes to the PXG putter lineup is the Battle Ready Brandon, which is a classic blade design. What stood out in on-course testing with the Brandon was how much more forgiving it was than many blades, which is the result of using tungsten weight to better balance the putter, as well as the implementation of a slightly wider putter head. It is by far one of the best looking blade putters around.

Along with the tungsten, the Brandon is constructed using soft 303 stainless steel, which provides excellent feel off the face. And golfers can also choose different hosel configurations to match their stroke, which is a huge bonus as most blades only work best for players with significant arc.

PXG Battle Ready Blackjack Putter showing off its wide and large foot

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Impressive forgiveness in a sleek modern mallet shape

Specifications

Materials: Aerospace grade aluminum, high-density tungsten
Head design: Modern mallet
Toe hang: Custom hosel designs available
Loft: 3 degrees
Lie angle: 70 degrees

Reasons to buy

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Industry leading customization options
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High MOI design delivers forgiveness

Reasons to avoid

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 Sharp lines might be off putting for some 

PXG has a number of putter options to choose from and the Battle Ready Blackjack is one of our favorites. It’s a modern mallet design but it’s more compact than many of the best mallet putters, which will appeal to purists who need the extra forgiveness that a mallet offers but don’t want something oversized. 

The Blackjack is constructed using aerospace grade aluminum and tungsten, with weight having been pushed to the perimeter of the head to increase MOI, and in our testing it fared well on off-center strikes. Additionally, one of the best things about PXG putters is the customization options offered, as there are different hosel designs available to create the proper amount of toe hang to match a player’s putting stroke.

How we test

Here at Golf Monthly, we employ a rigorous testing procedure when reviewing any product. All of our writers are experienced golfers who know and understand how to use golf equipment and can ably analyze the benefits and drawbacks of any product. Essentially, we look to test gear to help you make the most informed decision when purchasing a set of clubs or a pair of golf shoes. Specifically, when it comes to the best PXG golf clubs, we look to test each club in a variety of conditions on the course to give us the best possible insight into what that club offers.

Whether we're testing a driver or a putter, we will look to assess the benefits and features each club offers to understand who it is best suited to. We test each club out on the course too, in order to give us accurate readings on the distance it offers, how much spin we can put on each club and the general feel of the ball against the clubface. One thing to note is that we only use premium golf balls when testing new golf clubs and that manufacturers cannot buy a good review. It should be noted that we also do indoor testing on launch monitors as well to get baseline data. 

How to choose PXG golf clubs

Buying golf clubs can sometimes be a tricky thing to get right. Clubs come in all shapes sizes and with a ton of technology. While we always recommend players get custom fitted for their clubs, sometimes it's good to have a bit of advice knowing what to look out for on your clubs before you head down to your club shop. For that reason, we've set out below a couple of key points you should keep in mind if you're thinking about picking up a set of PXG golf clubs. 

1. Price 

The first thing to note about PXG clubs is that they can sometimes be expensive, particularly their irons. While the 0211 driver is a an excellent value club, you will find some of their other options can be a bit costly so make sure to assess what you're buying and your needs as a golfer before you invest. 

2. Your experience level

Every golf club on the market right now is designed to cater to the needs of a particular player. From the best drivers for high-handicap golfers to the best game-improvement irons, each will cater to the needs of that player in their size, shape and technology on offer. For that reason, when buying any golf club you'll need to assess your experience level and aspirations as a player and attribute that to the club you're buying. For example, high-handicap players should look to buy more forgiving golf clubs, while experienced golfers may look to purchase clubs that offer a little more in terms of performance. 

3. Visuals

Aesthetics aren't the most important thing to consider, but they can play a big factor in helping boost your confidence on the course. Playing with a good-looking gear always helps to boost the mental side of your game and that in turn can help you score better. Certainly there are some stunning options from PXG listed above on this list. 

4. The clubs you already have 

Take stock of the clubs you already have and the yardages they offer and try to fill the gaps in your bag that you might need. This is particularly important if you're buying a couple of new wedges or hybrids. You don't want to be purchasing the same club that you may have and be comfortable with, so try to ensure you have a good range of clubs. 

For more advice on some of the best golf clubs on the market, take a look at our guides to the best Ping Putters, best Titleist irons and best Callaway drivers.

FAQs

Are PXG clubs any good?

PXG, which is short for for Parsons Xtreme Golf, was founded in 2014 by Bob Parsons and has been making high-quality golf clubs ever since. The company is probably best known for its irons, which have been among the very best in golf from a technology and performance standpoint. PXG also has done a quality job of developing irons to meet the needs of golfers of varying ability levels. While irons have been PXG’s strength, its other products, most notably its drivers, have garnered increased acclaim in recent years, as have the company’s putters and wedges. It should also be noted that almost exclusively PXG golf clubs come at a premium price point.

Do Any PGA players use PXG clubs?

PXG has worked hard to establish a presence on professional golf tours and has been able to sign some high-profile players to its stable of touring pros. Headlining the list is Zach Johnson, a two-time major champion and the 2023 U.S. Ryder Cup captain. Other PGA Tour players using PXG equipment include Jason Kokrak, Joel Dahman, Luke List, and Hudson Swafford. PXG also has a number of LPGA professionals on its roster, including Gerina Piller Mendoza, Celine Boutier, Christina Kim, and Brittany Lang. Nine-time major champion and World Golf Hall of Famer Gary Player is also a PXG brand ambassador.

What does PXG stand for?

PXG stands for Parsons Xtreme Golf.

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