2022 PXG 0211 Golf Drivers, Fairway Woods and Hybrids
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2022 PXG 0211 Golf Drivers, Fairway Woods and Hybrids

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2022 PXG 0211 Golf Drivers, Fairway Woods and Hybrids
  • PXG has introduced a new line of 0211 metalwoods.
  • The new products offer value pricing without cutting corners on quality.
  • List price for the driver is $299 ($219 at launch). Fairways and hybrids are $249 ($169 and $149, respectively, at launch).

a photo of the 2022 PXG 0211 driver, fairway wood and hybrid

It wasn’t that long ago that $300 got you entry-level driver. Like the 2022 PXG 0211 driver, it didn’t have the bells and whistles of a “flagship” driver. Maybe it didn’t have an adjustable hosel. It definitely didn’t have movable weights—but performance was typically strong.

If your memory is a bit fuzzy, I’m talking about a class of drivers with names like Burner, X Hot and RocketBallz.

Over time, $300 became $400 and before you knew it (apart from big box exclusives and some stuff explicitly designed for low swing speed), the semi-affordable stuff for the masses was gone.

Whether you knew it or not, most of the industry had collectively decided they were all “premium-brands” and, as such, there was no reason to sell golf clubs below the high-water line.

Effectively, golf equipment manufacturers ran away from the middle and that inarguably left a void. Unfortunately, that also meant the chasm between premium and low-priced junk was wide. Some of you, no doubt, have your favorite discount brands and will dispute that last bit.

Fair enough. All I’d ask is that the next time you’re in the store, take a close look at value-priced products.

The paint is often the tell. You’ll note a general lack of refinement. You might even call it sloppy. Under the hood, material choices and manufacturing quality are often part of the discount story.

a photo of a PXG 0211 fairway wood and hybrid

Why 0211?

The intent behind the 2022 PXG 0211 driver (fairway woods and hybrids, too) is to fill the void between premium and value with an affordable offering that offers plenty of performance without cutting back on material or manufacturing quality.

We saw some of that with previous 0211 (and a lot more with current closeout pricing) but with the new models PXG seeks to cement the 0211’s place in the market insomuch as anything at PXG is set in stone.

With PXG 2022 0211 drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, the performance objective is simple: They’re designed to be “easy to hit and easy to love.”

The designs themselves are simple and straightforward as well. Chief Product Officer Brad Schweigert describes PXG’s 0211 lineup as “clean and classic” and, while those typically aren’t adjectives we’d associate with the brand, with the 2022 0211 lineup, there might just be something to it.

a closeup photo of a PXG 0211 driver

Call it a less-is-more approach if you’d like. Between the 0211 driver, fairway woods and hybrids, there’s not a single adjustable weight to be found. It’s an entirely screw-less line of PXG clubs.

While the driver offers the same adjustable hosel as PXG’s flagship 0311 lineup, the fairway woods and hybrids have fixed (glued) hosels.

While PXG is cutting back on various bits of bling (and with that, cost), it isn’t cutting corners on its materials and manufacturing standards.

The idea is that golfers will buy 0211, they’ll love 0211 and maybe one day upgrade to 0311—ideally by the bag full.

Still puzzled by PXG pricing?

Look at the big picture. There’s easily qualifiable profit margin and then there’s the value of happy (and, ideally, repeat) customers. Worth a mention: Not everything in the PXG lineup is priced well below market averages. It also doesn’t hurt that PXG doesn’t have to give traditional retail a cut of its margins.

There’s absolutely no guarantee, of course, that PXG’s strategy is going to work but if you’re wondering why PXG is selling some golf drivers for $299 and new fairway woods and hybrids for $229, the simple answer is that the company is playing the long game.

With your requisite bit of background out of the way, let’s look at the latest from PXG.

PXG 0211 Golf Driver

the 2022 PXG 0211 has an initial retail price of $249

Let’s start with the construction. The 2022 0211 pairs a Ti-811 body with Ti-412 face. You don’t get the carbon fiber crown of the 0311 series but PXG says its face material of choice is a bit more responsive than the industry standard and good bit of the reason why it was able to squeeze more ball speed (in PXG’s robot testing, the new 0211 was 1.6 mph faster at 100 mph swing speed.)

(As an admittedly snarky aside, the new 0211 driver better be faster. If you can’t beat a driver currently selling for $119, what are we even doing here?)

As with PXG’s more expensive offerings, 0211 heads are robotically polished. It’s a process that yields greater consistency both in terms of CT and the bulge-and-roll radii that are significant contributors to the accuracy equation. It’s the same process PXG uses on its more expensive clubs.

a side profile view of a PXG 0211 driver

As far as the performance attributes of the 0211 driver are concerned, the company describes 0211 as having an optimized head design. I’d wager that’s a simple way of saying it’s a balanced design that favors the middle of the bell curve.

With that, it’s reasonable to assume the mass properties also fall somewhere in middle. Don’t expect the 0211 driver to be a spin killer and neither should you expect it to push the extremes of MOI like PXG’s 0311 XF. That’s not to say it’s unforgiving. PXG says the MOI is above 5,000 which, as it happens, is where a healthy percentage of the market falls.

Relative to previous 0211, in addition to the faster ball speeds, you can expect a little lower launch with a bit lower spin as well. All in, PXG’s numbers suggest that’s good for about five yards over the previous 0211. In addition to more distance, PXG says golfers should expect slightly tighter dispersion as well.

PXG 0211 Golf Driver Aesthetics

An address view of a PXG 0211 Driver

Aesthetically, the shape is traditional enough. The crown features flat black paint. It’s definitely not as eye-catching as the 0311 stuff but the crown detail along the trailing edge provides a bit of visual interest without being distracting.

The previous model was an admittedly surprisingly strong performer in 2021 Most Wanted testing. Even with the discount price tag, we expect more of the same.

The 2022 PXG 0211 driver is available in 9, 10.5 and 12 degrees.

Upcharges may apply but the 0211 driver can be paired with shaft in PXG’s catalog.

At the risk of redundancy, the retail price for 2022 0211 driver is $299 with an initial launch price of $219.

PXG 0211 Fairway Woods

A pxg 0211 driver fairway wood with a glued hosel

Simplicity is again the story with the 2022 PXG 0211 fairway woods and hybrids. As noted above, both are glued hosel designs and neither has any form of adjustable weight.

For the golfer, that means fewer things to adjust (or even thinking about adjusting). Depending on your level of comfort with such things, that can be seen as a welcome simplification or unwelcome minimization of features.

From PXG’s side of the equation, there’s a cost savings associated with eliminating moving parts and the often-complex structures needed to support them.

Both the fairway and hybrid pair an AM355 steel body with an HT1770 face. I don’t expect much of that will matter to you but the takeaway, I suppose, is that the company isn’t cutting corners with materials here. HT1770 is the same face material it uses in its GEN5 fairways and hybrids (as well as its irons).

An address view of a PXG 0211 fairway wood.

Like the driver, 0211 fairway woods and 0211 hybrids are robotically polished to ensure tight tolerances.

You might recall (you probably won’t) that with the GEN5 fairway woods, PXG rolled out (I think they’d like me to say “deployed”) a new face profile. Face-on, the fairway wood looks significantly more squared than a traditional fairway wood. The design results in more vertical (less curved) sidewalls which serve to push more mass to the heel and toe.

It’s your basic MOI/forgiveness story. The design also results in a wider sole which has the added benefit of driving the center of gravity low to create higher or, I suppose, easier launch.

The glued hosel also saves a bit of weight high in the head where it typically isn’t desirable.

In addition to the requisite bits about excellent sound and feel, PXG says you should expect the 0211 fairway wood to produce “controlled” spin rates. Again, we’re talking about finding a happy place in the middle of the market.

a side view showing the square toe design of the PXG 0211 fairway wood.

0211 Fairway Wood Performance

According to PXG’s data, ball speed and launch angle are nearly identical to the previous model. Spin is a bit lower which yields more total distance. Where golfers may notice a more significant difference is in dispersion where PXG’s testing found the 2022 0211 fairway wood to be noticeably more consistent, particularly between the longest and shortest shots.

Specifications and Fitting

The 2022 0211 fairway woods will be available at PXG fitting locations. While the retail heads are glued, fitting heads are adjustable so golfers can easily try a variety of shafts.

As far as aesthetics, the overall shape of the 0211 fairway wood trends a bit rounded (as opposed to the “classic pear” that the industry loves) at address. In that respect, it’s similar to the 0311. There’s nothing particularly off-putting about it but it may not be what every golfer is looking for.

To my eye, the 5-wood, in particular, sits a bit upright. Whether that’s real or my eyeballs are betraying me, it would certainly make sense for any product that’s designed to work for as many golfers as possible.

The 2022 PXG 0211 fairway woods are available in 3- (15 degrees), 5- (18 degrees) and 7-woods (21 degrees).

Retail price for the 2022 0211 fairway wood is $249 with an initial launch price of $169.

PXG 0211 Hybrids

A pxg 0211 hybrid

As is typically the case, the story of the PXG 0211 hybrids closely mirrors that of the fairway woods. You get the same construction, the same robotic polishing and a square-face design.

That gets you forgiveness with controlled spin along with excellent sound and feel. That last bit is entirely subjective but as far as the quantifiable aspects are concerned, PXG’s robot testing found the new 0211 to be about one mph faster with higher launch and lower spin.

That’s good for nearly six yards of additional distance. That could be reason enough to ditch your long irons.

An address view of a PXG 0211 hybrid

Overall, I’d classify the 2022 PXG 0211 hybrid as a midsize design. It’s definitely not in the same category as a super hybrid nor is it noticeably smaller than anything else. It’s perhaps a bit larger than suits my tastes but I’ve always been more of a small hybrid kind of guy. For golfers looking for something easier to hit, it likely fits the bill.

Specifications and Fitting

As with everything else in the 0211 lineup, the new hybrids will be available during PXG fittings and, like the fairway wood, an adjustable head will allow golfers to test the hybrid with different shafts.

The 2022 PXG 0211 will be available from a 3-hybrid to a 7-hybrid. For those keeping score at home, that’s 19, 22, 25, 29, and 31 degrees.

Retail price for the 2022 0211 hybrid is $249 with an initial launch price of $149.

An interesting of view of a PXG 0211 driver

All 2022 PXG 0211 metalwoods are available now.

For more information, visit PXG.com.

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      Tom

      2 years ago

      I recently purchased the 0211 Driver after cracking face of GBB Sub zero driver. Couldn’t pass up the $200 price considering most other drivers $499-$550.. pricing has gotten out of hand.. must say I like the driver and the Diamana 60+ shaft.. It’s definitely an upgrade after 6 yrs and with the price!

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      Ray

      2 years ago

      I just got the 2022 0211 driver because I was intrigued by PXG. At $219 why not? I’ve played with it two rounds and freakin love it. Sounds good, looks good and feels good. Best of all I was hitting fairways like never before. If you are in the market or just want to give one a go, this new one is fantastic. For the introductory price it’s so worth it.

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      Dennis Franklin

      2 years ago

      Where in Los Angeles do you offer fitting for your product (PXG) irons and hybrids?

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      Nevin W. Wilson

      2 years ago

      I have the previous version of the 0211 hybrids in the bag and they are excellent. They pushed the Ping G410 hybrids out and these were very good clubs.

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      Scott

      2 years ago

      The reason for the price drop means only one thing, their products were over price to start with and not selling. That’s doesn’t mean they are a inferior club just a overprices one. I always thought PXG was more about price then performance / Just because something cost more doesn’t make it better.. It’s just such a big price drop is the only reason for my statement

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      Jeff

      2 years ago

      I’m not sure, but those did sell at the high price and Parson’s made a really nice profit margin. You can sell exclusive high end products at low volumes or you can sell cheaper items at high volumes. Value is in the hands of the purchaser. The old Rolex vs Timex discussion.

      But all business should be flexible and adapt.. Supply and demand dictates changes in those models and Covid came, tons of new people came into golf but those people were mostly beginners not buying high end stuff. Dave Parsons adapted, cashed in and drove an excellent business model to even further success.

      And now we know there is about $100 cost in all drivers. I mean $600 drivers are the norm now, or you can get a PXG for as low as $119 (old 0211). So who is overpricing the customer now?

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      Bob

      2 years ago

      Well I guess I’m going to be the outlier here. I bought an 02 11 driver a year ago and it is probably the worst driver I have ever owned. My fitting that I went through took a whole 15 minutes to get fitted and the results plus the fitting have me soured towards pxg I doubt whether I will ever buy anything from them again

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      Jon

      2 years ago

      That’s the truly incredible thing! You can return it and get most of your money back! Try that after buying a $500.00 driver from one of the other manufacturers. They’ll offer you half if you’re lucky.

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      Trevor Green

      2 years ago

      Gotta hand it to Parsons. As annoying as the commercials are, he certainly disrupted the industry. Every mega corp OEM chased his price points upwards and now the closeout deals on his clubs are the best value in golf by a margin.

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      Alex

      2 years ago

      Thanks for the tip of the previous gen driver at $119! Isn’t as long as some of the other 2021 drivers– but they generally are twice as much used.

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      SV677

      2 years ago

      I know a guy in Florida that I play with that has the original 0211s (driver to wedges) and has nothing but good to say about them. I have the Gen 4 in driver & 7 wood. and am pleased. Two things I like about PXG: 1. with the exception of putters, every club they offer is available left-handed. 2. I think the 0211 model is the right idea. This allows someone to buy PXG clubs and then upgrade when their game and wallet allow. This is the way golf club companies used to be. They usually had 3 options; store (entry) model, mid level and “pro” line.. Now everyone has the choice of top of the line or top of the line.

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      Dr Tee

      2 years ago

      Have got to say that consistent PXG pricing is an evolving mystery with rapidly changing internet specials offering some great deals. Had the last gen 0211 Driver and it was “good not great”–eclipsed only by my Titleist TS1 driver. Got a couple more yards out of it by re-shafting with an old Fuji Speeder569 Evolution to replace the standard Riptide. Liked the head enough to buy the much prettier and sophisticated 0811 X with Diamana S+60 shaft (much better than the other no uncharge offerings) for only $239 and better sound and feel than the 0211. But, my question is-why buy the new 0211 with no moveable weights for $219 when you can have a fully adjustable, better looking, more sophisticated club ,with moveable weights for $20 bucks more ?? This club is a real fairway finder and seems to spin less than the 0211. As an aside, the same is true of the DC 0211 irons which I bought as a inexpensive “travel set” and which I am now gaming in preference to my Taylor P790’s. Got ’em for a mere $79 bucks a club with TT Elevate steel shafts which feel just like my Nippon Pro Modus 105s. And, I don’t think the newer XCOR 0211’s offer anything more for $30-40 bucks more per head. For sure, keep checking the PXG website for clubs and deals that can’t be beat !!!!

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      NC

      2 years ago

      I have the old 0211 in the bag for 1.5 years and love it. The Titleist was not as consistent for me and that’s the key, everyone should get on a launch monitor or on the driving range with someone who knows how to fit clubs.
      You mentioned the other driver was better looking, more sophisticated club ,with moveable weights for $20 bucks more, but I don’t like that driver and hit it shorter than the 0211, plus once I get fit I never move the weights. In fact, the fitter cut a 1″ piece of lead tape and placed it in the heal of my 0211 (free), never hit anything better! Sometimes you can correct things old school without all the bells and whistles.
      But we are saying the same thing…PXG is worth a look and for the prices, especially $119 it is worth it even if for the shaft alone! Down deep they have ex Ping engineers working there so it is no surprise it feels similar.

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      TheBrad

      2 years ago

      The ol bait and switch. I feel bad for the folks that paid $3k for irons because they were super exclusive. Sad.

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      Jeff

      2 years ago

      Those prices were a very long time ago and business had to change with Covid. PXG had to go from exclusivity to catering to the masses to not go bankrupt. Well done if you ask me.

      Plus they didn’t bait anyone…..that analogy is mostly true the other way around…meaning get people in cheap then switch to something more expensive.
      Those that bought $3k worth of clubs can afford to move onto something else shiny.. I’m sure they are doing fine and Parson’s is still doing ok too.

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      MC

      2 years ago

      I have the older 0211 driver for 1.5 years and have loved it! It took a Titleist TS3 out of my bag for good. It is as long as anything else I’ve been fitted for and I play against people all the time with all the new stuff and hardly anyone ever outdrives me or keeps it in play as much as I do. I have no idea if the newer version is better but for the price I’m gonna buy it! And the previous model for $119 shipped is a no-brainer. Everyone should buy one. That also goes to show you just how much markup is in drivers too.

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      Chris

      2 years ago

      For $219 with free shipping and a Tensei Raw Blue shaft, I can give it to my son if I don’t like it. Never hit a PXG club but this seems to be a great chance to try one for not much of an investment.

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      Carl

      2 years ago

      Bought the 3-wood a few months ago and without a doubt it’s the “best” 3-wood I’ve ever owned. Its long and its straight and I can’t say enough good things about it.

      I did’t care for the first one, the shaft was too light and flexible. Spoke with PXG and they switched it out at no cost, i.e., they shipped me a “new” 3-wood with the requested shaft. What other companies will do that?

      Thank you PXG,
      Carl

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      Steve S

      2 years ago

      Recently received my 2021 3 wood from PXG. For $89 it was a steal. Outperforms my Tour Edge in distance and control. It’s adjustable which I needed since my swing is 2 degrees flat even though a static fitting shows me being 2 degrees upright. I would have bought the driver and the hybrids but happy with what I have. PXG is going to have fun chewing into the middle of the market. Their earlier attempts at making clubs left a lot to be desired but these latest appear to be real winners.

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