PXG 0311 GEN2 Irons present the world’s thinnest club face and PXG’s signature perimeter weighting technology
Parsons Xtreme Golf (PXG), the luxury performance golf equipment company that disrupted industry norms with its bold approach to product development and distribution, has announced its release of a new generation of iron technology.
Three years in the making, PXG 0311 GEN2 Irons improve on PXG’s already outstanding clubs in every measurable way. PXG GEN2 Irons were just launched in Malaysia at Tropicana Golf and Country Club. The launch was officiated by PXG Asia sales and operations manager Tatsuro Oshimoto.
GolfSmart (M) Sdn Bhd brought PXG into Malaysia and Vietnam in May 2018.
The company believes that this product would find its place in the Malaysian market since PXG Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) Tour pro Pat Perez won the CIMB Classic 2017 and this gained a lot of publicity for the brand in the country. In 2015, PXG introduced its groundbreaking original 0311 iron technology. The company had 12 employees and a singular vision — develop the world’s finest golf equipment. Today, PXG has more than 170 employees and a global footprint, but its vision has not shifted.
With performance as PXG’s only measure for success, the company took its time in the development of its GEN2 Irons. Through innovations in materials, technology and customisation, PXG 0311 GEN2 Irons deliver better turf interaction, greater distance, faster ball speeds, higher launch and improved accuracy.
“It’s a tall task creating a club that is better than the best, but that’s our commitment,” said PXG founder and CEO Bob Parsons. “And we believe PXG GEN2 Irons set a new standard for the world’s finest.”
Forged from 8620 soft carbon steel, for enhanced aesthetics and durability over time, PXG 0311 GEN2 Irons have the sleek look of a blade and a buttery-soft feel.
“The difference is noticeable,” FedEx Cup champion Billy Horschel stated. “The new irons set up beautifully, with a little less offset and a thinner top line. They feel amazing and are incredibly consistent.”
Each club also features a hidden cavity injection molded with new COR2 Technology, a proprietary vibration dampening material with explosive COR (coefficient of restitution) properties. Combined with PXG’s new internal face perimeter cut-out design, which dramatically increases the functional face area, COR2 Technology helps deliver higher ball speeds, a more consistent response, improved accuracy and an exceptional feel at impact.
To maximise performance and deliver extreme forgiveness, PXG 0311 GEN2 Irons present the world’s thinnest club face and PXG’s signature perimeter weighting technology.
Two-time major champion Lydia Ko shared, “I absolutely love the feel through the ball with the new irons, and my ball flight is consistently higher. The clubs are so forgiving on mishits that my distance isn’t really affected.”
“GEN2 Irons have somehow improved on an iron that I thought would be nearly impossible to improve.
“And, PXG improved them in every way,” five-time PGA Tour winner Ryan Moore added. “The clubs went in my bag immediately!”
Designed to meet the needs of golfers at every level, PXG 0311 GEN2 Irons will be available in four collections — Tour (T), Players (P), Xtreme Forgiveness (XF) and Super Game Improvement (SGI).
To learn more or to pre-schedule a fitting, visit authorised dealership in Malaysia or check on the website, www.gsfgolf.com/pxg.
PXG was founded by American entrepreneur and philanthropist Parsons in 2014. It leverages on breakthrough technology and sophisticated manufacturing processes that integrate high-performance alloys.
The company has more than 170 global patents issued for its proprietary designs. PXG’s professional staff includes PGA Tour champions Zach Johnson, Perez, Horschel, Moore, James Hahn, Charles Howell III and Charl Schwartzel, as well as Web.com Tour rookie and college golf sensation Wyndham Clark.
The roster also includes two-time major champions Ko and Anna Nordqvist, US Women’s Open champion Brittany Lang, and Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour players Katherine Kirk, Austin Ernst, Christina Kim, Alison Lee, Ryann O’Toole and Gerina Piller.