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So, had a chance to play them for the past month or so.

When I brought it back to the UK with me I went playing at a links course (Burnham & Berrow) and drove a 288 par 4 into 45mph wind (and yes I have it on video - 
a loooong drive :)
, also have the missed eagle put;) ). It was obvious the club stays in the bag.

As much as I liked their hybrids before, the woods were a bit of a sore point with the gen1 either not sounding / feeling great, this one is a winner.

I may not be the most impartial here, but I've said it before and I'll say it again - I'll play anything that can lower my scores. And I believe that trio can't hurt.


And oh my they look good at address 😉

If you have any questions - shoot!

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I just finished the FREE fitting for the PXG Gen 2 driver, 0811 X. I hit my G400 first and he said it would be tough to beat. He handed me theirs with the HZRDUS Yellow 6.5 and it was out after two swings. He tried the Even Flow white shaft/black label in X, and it was out in 2 swings. He was searching through his shafts and was saying he probably wouldn’t have anything that could beat mine. Then he pulled out the new Graphite Design VR shaft, upgrade of-course (my luck).
BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Dead straight, on a rope, and LONG. 10 yards more carry than mine! And I didn’t miss. That shaft felt great, and my dispersion tightened-up by 8 yards right-to-left! The fairways at my public course are only 21 yards wide... That gets me in the fairway even MORE, and 10 yards further. My carry went from 272 to 282, average. I went from 303/305 total to 315/318. It’s a great driver for me, but having to go to an “exotic” shaft puts it out of my range right now.... But, MAN, I had a good afternoon with PXG!

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