PXG Gen6 family

PXG 0311 Gen6 drivers, fairways woods, hybrids and irons are an upgrade on the Gen5 family. Are they the right clubs for your golf game?

In 2022, the brand released the 0311 Gen5 irons and the 0311 Gen5 driver. Now, with the Gen6, the manufacturer says its new range features the “most impactful precision weighting system in the golf industry”.


All the new clubs feature a weight structure that positions Precision Weighting Technology ports in the outer perimeter of the club head which is anchored to the outer wall. This creates a stiff and stable structure that generates high-frequency vibrations for better sound and feel.

PXG founder and CEO Bob Parsons says: “They might be the finest irons ever made. I also believe we’ve also developed the best driver on the market.”


There are two driver models in the new range: the PXG 0311 Gen6 and the 0311 XF Gen6. The 0311 Gen6 has a more traditional head shape with a deeper face. This is mid-spin and for versatility and can be used by players of all abilities. It comes in 7.5°, 9°, 10.5° of loft. The PXG 0311 XF Gen6 has a larger profile and is more forgiving. This is also mid-spin and is for golfers who want that extra forgiveness and higher trajectory. 9°, 10.5°, 12°.


Both club faces are made from a Ti412 titanium alloy, which is durable and helps to generate extremely fast ball speeds, and both have a crown made from lightweight, high-strength carbon fibre. And there’s an adjustable hosel which can change the loft up or down by 1.5 degrees. They also have a cool looking black matte colour.

Fairway woods

The fairway woods feature a HT1770 stainless steel face with an optimised high-speed squared face design for extra forgiveness. The have a low profile with a flat sole as well as a larger squared face for maximum forgiveness on off-centre hits and for faster ball speeds and more distance. They are medium spin and there’s a railed sole which helps the club move easily through the grass. Both have an adjustable hosel which can change the loft up or down by 1.5 degrees.


The 0311 wood is versatile for a wide range of players and more compact with a 3-weight system located around the perimeter for fitting flexibility. It comes in 13°, 15°, 18°, 21°. The 0311 XF has a larger profile and is for golfers who want more forgiveness, with a 2-weight system in the back of the club for higher trajectory and forgiveness. 16°, 17°, 19°, 22°.


Both the 0311 Gen6 and 0311 XF Gen6 hybrids feature a HT1770 stainless steel face with an optimised high-speed squared design to boost forgiveness. Both have a crown made entirely from high-grade carbon fibre, a rail sole, and a triple weighting system, one light (2.5g) and two heavy (10g) sole weights that are interchangeable.


The 0311 are low-spin and have a head shape that helps position the centre of gravity lower to produce a higher and optimised spin performance. 17°, 19°, 22°, 25°. The XF has a large, squared face help to increase forgiveness and produce higher trajectory performance. 19°, 22°, 25°, 28°, 31°.


The irons have a 15% thinner face than the Gen5, with the XCOR2, PXG’s own polymer material, providing structural stability to the club face and increasing ball speed. PXG says these irons are the longest and most forgiving they have released. They are forged from 8620 soft carbon steel and have one large weight located near the centre of gravity on the back of the club head. This can be used by fitters to customise the best swing weight for each golfer. 


There are two options: the XP (Xtreme Performance) and the P (Players). The P is designed for low- to mid-handicappers and features moderate offset and a mid-size head design. The slightly bigger, stronger lofted XP has a larger head with more offset to deliver great feel, distance, and forgiveness for higher handicap players.

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