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PXG 0811 XF GEN2 DRIVER
FINE-TUNED FOR FORGIVENESS.
Featuring Hot Rod Technology inspired by the look and extreme performance of American muscle cars, the PXG 0811 XF GEN2 Golf Driver is designed for out-and-out forgiveness and raw power.
The 0811 XF GEN2 Driver presents the same performance-enhancing technology as the 0811 X GEN2 Driver, with a deeper CG location and a weight back design. This promotes mid-spin performance and increases the MOI.
PRECISION WEIGHTING TECHNOLOGY
Five weight ports in the sole support trajectory tuning and create the opportunity for the overall assembled mass to be adjusted.
Adjustable hosel can change the loft (+/-) 1½ degrees to optimize the trajectory.
WEIGHT BACK DESIGN
Weight back design creates a deep center of gravity (CG) position, producing higher launch conditions and an exceptionally high MOI that teeters on the brink of USGA limits.
TECHNOLOGY THAT PERFORMS
The PXG 0811 X GEN2 Driver features a multi-level, variable thickness carbon fiber crown design. The stiff carbon fiber construction reduces energy loss, yielding faster ball speeds, and helps reinforce the face structure for improved consistency. The dynamic visual styling of the crown, including a high-performance anti-glare finish, eliminates distractions at address, subliminally aids alignment for more centered and consistent ball striking and enhances aerodynamics. The carbon fiber crown saves approximately 12 grams of mass from the top of the club head that can be redistributed in the sole, helping to lower the CG position and optimize ball flight.
The high-strength titanium alloy face used in the 0811 X GEN2 Driver supports a thin face construction. The variable design further optimizes the face to promote faster ball speeds.
The 0811 X GEN2 Driver is designed with a honeycomb TPE insert. TPE, also used in PXG GEN1 Irons and Golf Drivers, is a high-performance vibration-dampening polymer that enhances the club’s sound and feel. The honeycomb structure helps reduce the mass of the dampening structure, allowing for more weight to be repositioned around the sole of the club to optimize launch conditions.