What it does: The least expensive of the PXG drivers might lack the sophistication of the company’s 0311 line, but the 0211 isn’t missing the muscle. A thin, high-strength titanium face translates into better deflection at impact for increased ball speed. The face also receives the same high-tech robotic polishing as PXG’s high-price models to ensure those precise thicknesses are maintained to maximise performance. Weight has been redistributed to the perimeter for maximum forgiveness on those off-centre hits, which might be the most useful technical enhancement of all.

Why we like it: It might sound ridiculous, but PXG (a company that established its brand by charging exceptionally high prices) is doing more lately to make quality clubs affordable. Just two months after its debut, the 0211 was selling for less than $300. That might not be a prudent or sustainable business model, but it’s something no other brand of substance can say. Folks at PXG joke that the 0211 line is the gateway drug to the brand. Maybe or maybe not, but at a third of the price of other drivers, it’s an awfully strong entry point to the game.

Lofts 9, 10.5, 12 (0211)

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“The design’s simplicity is a breath of fresh air. It has a deep, thumping sound that definitely makes you feel like its going a long way. Really hard to hit this off track. Effortless.”

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