ClubTest 2022: 2 new PXG putters tested and reviewed
Courtesy of PXG
This year’s ClubTest is bigger and better than ever. To help you make sense of the mountain of high-tech new clubs on the market, we put all of the latest offerings from the top golf club manufacturers to the ultimate test. Below you will find the test results and complete reviews of two new PXG putter models.
You can find the full list of ClubTest putter reviews here.
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PXG PUTTER REVIEWS
We tested: Bayonet, Hellcat, Clydesdale, V-42, Lightning
Our take: PXGs 0211 putter line has the goal of getting you aligned properly on the greens, and they do so with their “runway reticle.” “The winged look isn’t just for looks,” one tester remarked. “You can definitely tell it helps the putterhead stay balanced.” Put any of the five 0211 models in the bag and you’ll instantly have an easier time with aim and alignment on the greens.
PXG 0211 putters
The details: The 0211 lineup comes in five different models with different head shapes and hosel styles, each with the “runaway reticle” alignment and Pyramid Face Pattern technology. And while PXG has been known in the past for providing performance with a high price tag, its 0211 products are made as a more affordable option for golfers with a tighter budget.
PXG Battle Ready
We tested: Blackjack, Blackbird, Gun Boat, One & Done, Bat Attack, Closer, Spitfire, Mustang, Brandon
Our take: No matter your preferences — mallet or blade, plumbers neck or slant hosel — the PXG Battle Ready line has you covered. The series features nine different head shapes and countless other customizable features to make sure you have the exact wand needed to fill it up on the greens.
PXG Battle Ready Blackjack putter
The details: If you’re serious about a Battle Ready putter, you can customize everything about the flatstick with their online fitting system. No matter what your preferences, this line has you covered.