PXG 0211 Driver Review

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When PXG showed up on the market, they rocked the boat with clubs that were exorbitantly expensive. And they weren’t shy about it.
With the release of the 0211, everybody expected more of the same. But Bob Parsons (PXG founder) threw everyone a curveball when he slashed the price of this club to less than $250. Why? I’ve heard lots of rumors, but PXG seems to be feeling bad for everyone after a forgetful 2020, so they’re throwing us all a bone.
Whatever the case is, the reviews far surpass the price of this driver. The word I keep hearing thrown around about this driver is “balanced”. Not just in a structural sense (although it certainly has that), but a literal sense as well. Players across the ability spectrum seem to benefit from all the 0211 has to offer.

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Description

No one’s going to disagree with the fact that PXG has more than made a name for itself since its inception.  Big, bold, in your face marketing has seen to that.  But their equipment has backed up all the hype so far.  You know it’s good stuff when the best players in the world have it in their bag. 

So the story continues with the 0211 driver.  And there’s a lot to this story in particular.

Key Features

  • Weight-Back design positions CG deep in the club for high launch and maximum forgiveness.
  • High-speed titanium alloy face is one of the lightest and hottest on the market.  Result is both faster clubhead and ball speed.
  • Honeycomb TPE insert in the back of the club reduces vibration and helps to optimize CG.
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Who Should Buy the PXG 0211 Driver?

Across the board, the answer is just about anyone looking for more distance, forgiveness and consistency.  That’s especially true for those of us that cringe a little at PXG’s normal prices.  If I had to guess, we won’t see PXG golf clubs this cheap again for a very long time. 

PXG 0211 Driver Detailed Review

Design and Technology

The Gen2 and XF drivers sit at opposite ends of the spectrum in PXG’s current line of drivers.  One is a low spin head and meant for better players, while the other is designed for higher handicappers that need maximum forgiveness.

The 0211 sits exactly in the middle of these two models.  Maybe that’s why the word “balanced” keeps coming up when people describe it.

With that said, there’s plenty of cutting-edge technology that went into the 0211’s design. 

In testing, the TI412 alloy face is what stood out in particular.  It’s one of the hottest faces on the market and offers extra flex across a wider area.  That means bombs when you hit it solid and plenty of forgiveness on mishits. 

Sole weights that range from 2.5g-20g allow golfers to not only find the right weighting for their swing, but allow them to alter the length as well from anywhere between 44” and 46”. 

The crown is made of titanium on its sides which increases face stability at impact.  The center of the crown is carbon fiber which reduces weight and optimizes both CG and MOI. 

In short, the 0211 has more than enough tech and design features to help you get the most out of your game from the box. 

 

Specs

The PXG 0211 comes in lofts of 9, 10.5, and 12 degrees.  The lie angle is 60 degrees.  Length is 45” and head mass is 206g. 

Stock shafts include options from Project X, Aldila, Mitsubishi, Fujikara, and EvenFlow Riptide.

 

Our Experience

PXG has had my attention since they burst on the scene a few years ago.  Like everyone else, I couldn’t help but notice the aggressive marketing strategy and bold claims.  Not to mention the price tags. 

While I haven’t hit every PXG club ever made, I’ve hit a few and have always been impressed.  The 0211 is no exception.  I find this driver tremendously balanced in every sense of the word.  It’s plenty forgiving while the face is explosive.  Aesthetically, it inspires confidence at address and looks flat out cool in your bag. 

For the price, there might not be a better option for 2021.

9.3Expert Score
PXG 0211 Driver Review
PXG 0211 Driver Review

When PXG showed up on the market, they rocked the boat with clubs that were exorbitantly expensive. And they weren’t shy about it.
With the release of the 0211, everybody expected more of the same. But Bob Parsons (PXG founder) threw everyone a curveball when he slashed the price of this club to less than $250. Why? I’ve heard lots of rumors, but PXG seems to be feeling bad for everyone after a forgetful 2020, so they’re throwing us all a bone.
Whatever the case is, the reviews far surpass the price of this driver. The word I keep hearing thrown around about this driver is “balanced”. Not just in a structural sense (although it certainly has that), but a literal sense as well. Players across the ability spectrum seem to benefit from all the 0211 has to offer.

Innovation
9
Performance
9
Design/Sound/Feel
9
Value
10
PROS
  • Price point is cheaper than just about anything else on the market.
  • Plenty of loft and shaft options, along with adjustable hosel make for easy fitting and customization.
  • Titanium alloy face is one of the hottest around.
CONS
  • All black head isn’t everyone’s favorite.
  • Shipping times might take a while due to such high demand.
  • Low price special ends at the end of June.

Conclusion

I never thought I’d see the day when a new driver cost under $500.  I definitely didn’t think I’d see one for under $250.  And I least expected it from PXG.

Nonetheless, the 0211 is here, and it’s here in a big way.  What makes this club so great besides its price, is the vast array of players that can benefit from all that it offers. 

If you could use a little more distance and forgiveness off the tee, but don’t want to spend a small fortune, you need to check out the PXG 0211 driver. 

 

Additional information

Specification: PXG 0211 Driver Review

Part Number

B1600601

Model

B1600601

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Perry Parenti
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Looks good I may be willing to try it at this price point. I have an old G2 with a stiff shaft 8.5 degree. still love it.

Scott Barton

Thanks for the feedback Perry! Have you had a chance to try it out yet?

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