First Look: Stix Golf Perform Series
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First Look: Stix Golf Perform Series

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First Look: Stix Golf Perform Series

Purchasing an entire set of golf clubs is a painstaking process. Even more so if you are on a budget.

Stix Golf wants to change the way people buy golf clubs and, dare we say, it is for the better. Their newest addition is quite the bargain—a 12-club set for less than $1,000.

Let’s take a look at the Stix Golf’s new twist on their Perform Series.

Stix Golf Perform Series

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A while back, Stix Golf released the Play Series, a budget-friendly 10-club set.

Now they have released their Perform Series. The goal with the Perform Series, as is their corporate mission, is to offer higher-quality products at an affordable price. This approach provides golfers worldwide with the opportunity to enjoy the game with quality equipment at an attainable price.

Ultimately, you want to know, “What am I getting for under $1,000?”

Stix Golf Perform Series Particulars

Stix Golf’s staple has been full sets with graphite shafts. However, they now are offering full sets in graphite and steel. Offering steel iron shafts is just one of the highlights of the new Perform Series.

Stix Golf Driver

Product Details

  • 12 Clubs – Driver, 3W, 4H, 6i-PW, 52°, 56°, 60° and mallet putter
  • Full set with option of steel- or graphite-shafted irons and wedges
  • Headcovers included
  • Golf bag included
  • Black heads
  • Available in right- and left-handed
  • 3 flexes and 3 length options
Stix Golf Perform Series 12 Club

Pricing

One of Stix Golf’s specialties is consumer-friendly pricing. Their new Perform Series 12 Club golf set is no different. For $999, golfers receive 12 clubs, a carry stand bag and headcovers.

Perform Series 12 Club Product Updates

It is fair to say most complete golf sets lack updated technology or much in the way of quality. Stix knows they can’t merely “talk the talk.” They have to produce, provide and maintain a level of quality with their products. Here are noteworthy enhancements for the new Perform Series 12 Club:

  • Improved the driver’s performance and acoustics
  • Improved the quality of the graphite shafts in the distance clubs (driver, fairway wood, hybrids)
  • Increased the size and feel of the grips
  • Improved the durability of the clubhead coating
Stix Golf Putter

Why Steel Shafts?

In its early stages, Stix Golf offered only graphite shafts in their irons. They have progressed to offering steel shafts in their Play Series and the Perform Series 12 Club.

Including steel shafts allows Stix to cater to a broader range of golfers, especially those with faster swing speeds and more skilled golfers. With the addition of steel shafts, there are potential benefits.

  • Control, accuracy, consistency
  • Durability
  • Lower torque

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With the release of Perform Series 12 Club, Stix Golf is amplifying their presence in the golf club industry. Making golf accessible is one of the best ways to grow the game. Providing quality golf equipment at an affordable price is critical.

For me, there is one lingering question: “How good are Stix’s golf clubs?” Time will tell, but stay tuned as I intend to put the Perform Series through a “We Tried It” in the near future. Until then, check out these Stix(s) and let us know what you think in the comments section.

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      BK

      2 months ago

      There looks to be a strong Maltby influence in this set. Not sure if they are involved with this effort but sure looks like they could be.

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      Michael Cosselman

      2 months ago

      Last year they offered a 14 piece Perform set for $899 … not sure why they they would eliminate the 5 wood & 5 iron

      Reply

      Phillip Bishop

      2 months ago

      I can’t speak for them, but I am sure they have their reasons. Plenty of additional potential expenses if they’re investing in higher grade materials.

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      Zach

      1 week ago

      Hey Michael, Stix Head of Growth here!

      Stix Perform 14 Club Set was also at the $999 price point, but didn’t include a bag. Based on customer feedback, we found people wanted the bag, and a little more flexibility on the club configuration.

      Customers do still have the option to add on the 5i/5w and fill out their bag as well!

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      ericsokp

      2 months ago

      My only caution/concern is with any iron that is black and how it’s going to look after a few rounds, especially in the hands of a beginner who is probably going have some pretty horrible swings (as we all do!). However, I congratulate STIX for entering this market and wish them nothing but the best as I think the OEM’s are charging waaay too much these days for equipment that most of us will not play any better with than the equipment that was released just a few years ago.

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      Jason S

      2 months ago

      Stix is probably leading the field in this particular category of full sets for price, performance, and quality. But I see a few things I’d change, especially since this is supposed to cater to someone who is still new, learning, but progressing.
      1. Wedges should be 50/54/58. Their PW is 45, so that would make a 7* gap to the 52 they offer which is too much. The config of 50/54/58 is a better setup. Most of us really shouldn’t use a 60, unless you’re a much better player.
      2. Instead of a 3 wood, they should consider a 4 wood. Or at least make the 3 wood a high lofted version. Most of us don’t hit 3 wood very well at all. So giving more loft and a friendlier wood is a better option. Might also help the gaps from 4w to 4h to 5i.
      3. Lighten the steel shafts to under 100g. They show it’s a 120g shaft for steel, which I think is too heavy for their target audience. Not saying no one can, but just saying that their target golfers should really play 95g at the most. The graphite is ultra-light at 64g, so the steel should be more inline with a lighter weight.
      4. Might want to think about removing the 5i and do another hybrid instead. Most of us struggle with longer irons and prefer things that make hitting this part of the bag easier. Utility woods, hybrid-woods, etc make replacing a 5i and getting far more consistent results the better option.
      These are just some thoughts I had after reading the article, watching past YT vis, and checking out their site. Take them as you will.

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      Randy Pellerin

      2 months ago

      I don’t get having a 60 wedge in a 12 piece set vs. a 5 hybrid.

      Reply

      donn

      2 months ago

      I get it. Wedges are sexier.

      Reply

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