Pxg 0211 Driver Review
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The 0211 driver can be distinguished from the 0811X Proto driver by address [review HERE]. Although the shapes and sizes of both drivers are different, their dominant feature, the Hybrid Crown Construction (or Hybrid Crown Construction) is common. Although the head has 460 cc it appears compact.
Flip the driver and you will see that the 0211 stands out from other PXG-branded drivers. PXG drivers are known for their large number of moving weights. The 0211 has it all. Here, the sole’s main feature is the small “PXG” logo in silver.
The stock headcover in this instance is well worth noting. The denim-like material is something I’ve never seen before, and it’s an eye-catcher. PXG’s “QuickStick CartMag Technology” magnet has been added to the headcover. It can also be used as a cart magnet while hitting a shot.
The focus on fine tuning is what was lacking in many PXG drivers. Two models are available for the Proto driver: one to suit downward or upward angle of attack. In the past, there were many moving weights. 0211 makes it easy: There is only one model for everyone who wants to achieve longer driving distances.
Of course ball speed is key. High MOI and a titanium face make the 0211 driver incredibly fast. It is an extremely stable driver. The ball speeds were consistent when I held the ball close to the center of my face.
That stability also shows up in how straight the 0211 is. Good shaft fitting is vital – I used the HZRDUS Smoke Yellow to test this. This head will reduce curves in your drives. You can be sure that the ball will land in the fairway if it is in square with your face when you hit the ball.
Launch and spin are the final keys to the driver 0211 performing well for many players. Thanks to deep, low-CG, this driver likes to launch in the mid-high range. This CG allows spin to remain in a lower range. It is ideal for low spin players (like me) and people who have to lop off a couple of RPM.
So, I’ve got it in my head that I “need” the new PXG 0211 driver. It’s a great deal at $249 plus shipping. This is for a driver, shaft, and mid-size grip. I’m currently using a hand me down TaylorMade M1 driver head (that was given to me) on a regular flex shaft. A concern I have with the PXG is that there’s no way for me to actually test it before making a purchase. A 6 hour round trip driving through traffic takes you to the closest PXG facility. (The thing I like best about Seattle is seeing it in my rearview mirror, as they say). PXG has an exchange policy. You will have to pay shipping costs and a 15% restocking fee.
Reviews are few, that I can find, but what there is seems favorable. It was compared to the Ping G425 by one reviewer (although it is much more expensive). And, the price! Sheesh. PXG, please call tomorrow. I am still able to speak to you about it.
How good is The Pxg0211 driver?
Our take: The 0211 received high praise from GOLF’s stable of testers for an impressive level of forgiveness and stability. One tester said, “I took some swings with this club that were not very good.” February 23, 2021
How important is Pxg0211 for high-handicappers?
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What Pxg driver is the most forgiving?
The 0811 XF driver is PXG’s most forgiving head and it must be sailing close to the wind in terms of the USGA and R&A’s MOI limit.May 7, 2021
Is Pxg 0211 Driver Adjustable?
Yes, the PXG driver is adjustable. It has the same hosel adjustment that is used for other PXG metal woods. … The other thing that can be changed in the PXG 0211 is its 10g back weight. The back weight can vary from as low as 2.5g up to as high as 20g.
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