PXG Rolls Out New Irons

Clubs Combine Best Of Game Improvement And Blade Designs
PXG

Arizona-based golf equipment company PXG has introduced its new PXG 0311XF iron collection. Featuring the company’s groundbreaking TPE Core Technology, the new game improvement irons offer xtreme forgiveness and a superior feel, while maintaining the irresistible look of a PXG blade. In 2015, PXG made an indelible mark on the golf industry with the introduction Read more…

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