FIRST LOOK: PXG’s new 0211 drivers, fairway woods and hybrids

PXG 0211 Driver 2022 sole

PXG adds new driver, fairway wood, and hybrid to 0211 line

Ryan Barath

PXG continues to expand its product line to fit golfers in every category of the market, and the new 0211 line of metal woods is a perfect example. Here’s what you can expect to find when it comes to the equipment manufacturer’s new 0211 drivers, fairway woods and hybrids.


When PXG first entered the market place price was always the first topic of conversation. Their initial 0311 iron was unique in the golf world and it came with a premium price.

In the 8 years since that first iron, PXG has continued to offer technology-pushing clubs that come with a price but they have recognized that not everything has to be boundary-pushing to have a big impact on golfers.

Original PXG 0311 XF PXG

The 0211 lineup

0211 metal woods Ryan Barath

The new 0211 line of clubs continue to offer high-end technology but scales back on everything that many golfers aren’t looking for in the first place.

PXG 0211 Fairway wood and hybrid Ryan Barath

The new fairway woods and hybrids for example have been stripped of any of the famous PXG adjustable weights in favor of fixed hosel and internal weighting designed to offer maximum forgiveness. Further, the only adjustability on the driver comes in the form of an adjustable hosel to help dial in loft, which at this point is an absolute must-have.

New PXG 0211 driver offers classic weight free sole Ryan Barath

“You get far more than you pay for! These golf clubs represent a well-researched design that strips away all distractions while employing top-quality materials and advanced technologies to help make the game easier and more enjoyable for golfers across the board.”PXG Founder Bob Parsons

PXG engineers might have scaled back on little things, but the materials used in the 0211 metal woods are the same as the ones found in their most premium products where it really counts.

PXG 0211 driver face Ryan Barath

The 0211 driver utilizes a premium 412 titanium face with a variable thickness design to improve ball speed on mishits while the fairway woods and hybrids use an HT1770 stainless steel face which is stronger than the conventional 17-4 stainless.

The fairway woods and hybrids gain extra forgiveness thanks to a squared-up face design that expands the hitting area which in turn expands the ability for the face to flex when hit away from the middle.

The 0211 fairway and hybrid offer a squared face shape for added forgiveness Ryan Barath

From the manufacturing side, PXG used precision robotic polishing for the 0211 metal woods to ensure the final face thicknesses and specs, including bulge and roll, are to the highest tolerances possible. From a general industry perspective robotic polishing has continued to gain traction to increase precision from club to club and for PXG to bring this to the 0211 line shows that the technology has come a long way in a short period of time.

Pricing and availability

The full 0211 line is available now at with the driver priced at $299, along with the fairway woods and hybrids priced at $249.

Note: introductory pricing is currently in effect and pricing might be lower than listed MSRP.

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