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Parsons Xtreme Golf PXG 0311 GEN5 or 0311 XF GEN5 Driver

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Parsons Xtreme Golf has PXG 0311 GEN5 or 0311 XF GEN5 Golf Driver on sale for $299. Shipping is $30.

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  4. Your total will be $299 + $30 Shipping = $329.

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    • Refer to the Comparison Page for specifications and differences between the 2 drivers.
    • These prices are a 40% Savings over the regular price of $499 each.
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PXG 2022 Gen 5 X and XF drivers are $299 down from $499. Great deal for a solid driver with many custom shaft options. Picked one up myself!

https://www.pxg.com/en-us/clubs/d...rison.html
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Honestly after getting fitted, this is more about finding the combination with the driver shaft. Unless you're really good, I would opt for the most forgiving driver, and then find the best shaft combination that works.

The nice thing about PXG is they are great at customizing for almost no additional cost. When I did my fitting, they picked a Stealth+ and a shaft that was same cost as the driver which was insane. With the PXG driver, I got similar results for considerably less cost.

And I would add that the shaft matters alot more than the driver itself after my fitting.
$249 through the PXG for Heroes program (Military & First Responders)

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Don't play PXG and am quite happy with my Stealth+, but thanks for more golf deals!
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I read the title and instantly thought of an SSD, LOL.
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$249 through the PXG for Heroes program (Military & First Responders)
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Valid in store ?
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I am curios to hear your thoughts on which one is better for players with slow swing speed (90 mph). It appears XF will result in losing swing speed thus ball speed, when compared to 0311/regular, IF/WHEN you hit sweet spot. Then again, maybe with more forgiveness, you'd be more likely trying to swing harder?
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Quote from sumrise :
I am curios to hear your thoughts on which one is better for players with slow swing speed (90 mph). It appears XF will result in losing swing speed thus ball speed, when compared to 0311/regular, IF/WHEN you hit sweet spot. Then again, maybe with more forgiveness, you'd be more likely trying to swing harder?
Really it would be more about your attack angle and desired ball flight between the two models. I would recommend calling them and talking it over with one of their representatives.
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Quote from sumrise :
I am curios to hear your thoughts on which one is better for players with slow swing speed (90 mph). It appears XF will result in losing swing speed thus ball speed, when compared to 0311/regular, IF/WHEN you hit sweet spot. Then again, maybe with more forgiveness, you'd be more likely trying to swing harder?
Honestly after getting fitted, this is more about finding the combination with the driver shaft. Unless you're really good, I would opt for the most forgiving driver, and then find the best shaft combination that works.

The nice thing about PXG is they are great at customizing for almost no additional cost. When I did my fitting, they picked a Stealth+ and a shaft that was same cost as the driver which was insane. With the PXG driver, I got similar results for considerably less cost.

And I would add that the shaft matters alot more than the driver itself after my fitting.
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Quote from lartmander :
Honestly after getting fitted, this is more about finding the combination with the driver shaft. Unless you're really good, I would opt for the most forgiving driver, and then find the best shaft combination that works.

The nice thing about PXG is they are great at customizing for almost no additional cost. When I did my fitting, they picked a Stealth+ and a shaft that was same cost as the driver which was insane. With the PXG driver, I got similar results for considerably less cost.

And I would add that the shaft matters alot more than the driver itself after my fitting.
From my experience PXG irons are pretty good...their woods and drivers kinda suck....irrelevant of fitting, had a gen 4 driver w 3 different shafts and still straight trash...
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PXG made a bad impression on a lot of people by coming in as an ultra premium brand when they first started. Like a driver was almost $1k…however they offered no additional benefits vs the mainstream top tier brands and were at best comparable, if not slightly worse performing.

They've had to pivot to a more affordable alternative and are decent for what you are getting, but I can't get over their obnoxious marketing or the fact they tried to drive up the cost of gear in an already expensive competitive space.

Probably an okay driver, but like someone said already… if your new or just not very good, go with something super forgiving. Every brand offers a more forgiving option and the difference these days between the forgiving and normal line is pretty negligible when it comes to distance (especially for high handicappers).
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Valid in store ?
Not a traditional B&M like Golf Galaxy or PGA Superstore. PXG is more of a DTC model. They have 16 fitting locations but I'm not sure you can buy & leave with equipment the same day. The clubs are custom built and shipped from AZ.
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If he stops the ad then I can consider buying... it seems like the ads are direct to a specific political group.
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PXG made a bad impression on a lot of people by coming in as an ultra premium brand when they first started. Like a driver was almost $1k…however they offered no additional benefits vs the mainstream top tier brands and were at best comparable, if not slightly worse performing.

They've had to pivot to a more affordable alternative and are decent for what you are getting, but I can't get over their obnoxious marketing or the fact they tried to drive up the cost of gear in an already expensive competitive space.

Probably an okay driver, but like someone said already… if your new or just not very good, go with something super forgiving. Every brand offers a more forgiving option and the difference these days between the forgiving and normal line is pretty negligible when it comes to distance (especially for high handicappers).
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