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PXG 0211 irons - what do you think?

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  • JDMRN81JDMRN81 PAMembers  646WRX Points: 160Handicap: Happy GilmorePosts: 646 Golden Tee
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    I had similar issues when I first got my 0311’s. Lofts and length off on some. Sent those back and received in about 2 weeks but when I got them back they forgot to soft step the replacements. Took almost another 2 weeks. That being said, no matter what manufacturer you go with, you should always get lies/lofts/lengths checked because I’ve seen this issue with all the other manufacturers.

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    I wonder if that was the issue with the 0211's that I just returned. I just assumed that the quality would be top notch. Although I hit the 4 and 5 irons well, I found that a lot of what I thought were well hit shots with the shorter irons would come up short. I did not have them checked out to see if the lofts and lengths were on. After about a dozen rounds, I was just not hitting as many quality shots as I was with my old irons so I returned them within the 30 day window.

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    On -, @gmies said:

    I wonder if that was the issue with the 0211's that I just returned. I just assumed that the quality would be top notch. Although I hit the 4 and 5 irons well, I found that a lot of what I thought were well hit shots with the shorter irons would come up short. I did not have them checked out to see if the lofts and lengths were on. After about a dozen rounds, I was just not hitting as many quality shots as I was with my old irons so I returned them within the 30 day window.

    It might have been, and this seems to be a wide spread problem. Last night, my golf buddy down the street measured his after I told him about my issues, and while his set was more consistent throughout, they were still all about 1/2" under standard length.

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  • ProofProof Members  45WRX Points: 62Posts: 45 Bunkers
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    Keep in mind that PXG measures length the way that the USGA does using a 60* plate. If you take an iron that the USGA measures at say 37" and go put it on a ruler from Mitchell it will measure significantly shorter. This is why you will often see complaints that PXG clubs are short.

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    On -, @Proof said:

    Keep in mind that PXG measures length the way that the USGA does using a 60* plate. If you take an iron that the USGA measures at say 37" and go put it on a ruler from Mitchell it will measure significantly shorter. This is why you will often see complaints that PXG clubs are short.

    Based on my 7i it was spot on and measured same as my Z565 7i. My issue was the 1/2” or 5/8” (long irons) increments were off on some of the irons. So, I had larger and smaller gaps between irons. For example.....7i = 37, 8i = 36 3/4, 9i = 36. Then factor in lofts that are 1-3* off makes for big gapping issues.

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  • ShakespeareShakespeare Members  226WRX Points: 110Posts: 226 Fairways
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    I have bought the 0311t and 0211,s
    Definitely had lie and loft issues with the t's.Took a lot of time to get them right. The 0211's have been great
    Spot on with everything. QC not the best..

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    On -, @Shakespeare said:

    I have bought the 0311t and 0211,s
    Definitely had lie and loft issues with the t's.Took a lot of time to get them right. The 0211's have been great
    Spot on with everything. QC not the best..

    Ain't that the truth? However, in PXG's defense, once clubs are to spec, they are amazing. But, it is disappointing that a company that sells itself as being of the highest quality can't seem to get the details right the first time.

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  • YuckYuck Fore! Members  2693WRX Points: 320Posts: 2,693 Titanium Tees
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    I had the 0311t for a while in 2018 and the the 0211’s last month. I had always played smaller headed irons, (716 cb and now S55’s), but the 0311t was large and the 0211 was larger. I had difficulty with the turf interaction and looking at the giant heads. I had no quality control problems and dealing with PXG was not stressful. Polite, professional and responsive.

    I sent the clubs back after 10 rounds. Since going back to my old irons, my index has dropped dramatically. Moral of the story, you must demo on real grass.

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  • K13K13 DenverMembers  217WRX Points: 135Handicap: 12Posts: 217 Fairways
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    hey all - PSA in case anyone has been thinking about these. heroes pricing down to $95/club right now.

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  • StonewalledStonewalled Members  1706WRX Points: 203Posts: 1,706 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @golfer20 said:

    Tuesday LV Open #3 has photos of Pat’s bag showing the 0211 irons. I am thinking the 0211s must be good.

    Waiting on delivery of some 0211's I purchased off a member. Never seen or hit one in person but most of the reviews have been positive and the fair price of these at the moment was helpful in me making my decision to purchase. Never thought I would see a PXG pro playing the 0211's never mind Pat Perez. The 0211's in black look impressive.

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    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @golfer20 said:

    Tuesday LV Open #3 has photos of Pat’s bag showing the 0211 irons. I am thinking the 0211s must be good.

    Waiting on delivery of some 0211's I purchased off a member. Never seen or hit one in person but most of the reviews have been positive and the fair price of these at the moment was helpful in me making my decision to purchase. Never thought I would see a PXG pro playing the 0211's never mind Pat Perez. The 0211's in black look impressive.

    The performance of the 0211's are great as long as PXG does not completely screw up the specs like they did on mine. But now that I finally got mine to the specs I was fit into, I have no complaints with the performance. And they are definitely one of, if not the very best feeling cast iron I have ever hit.

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    On -, @1Mordrid1 said:

    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @golfer20 said:

    Tuesday LV Open #3 has photos of Pat’s bag showing the 0211 irons. I am thinking the 0211s must be good.

    Waiting on delivery of some 0211's I purchased off a member. Never seen or hit one in person but most of the reviews have been positive and the fair price of these at the moment was helpful in me making my decision to purchase. Never thought I would see a PXG pro playing the 0211's never mind Pat Perez. The 0211's in black look impressive.

    The performance of the 0211's are great as long as PXG does not completely screw up the specs like they did on mine. But now that I finally got mine to the specs I was fit into, I have no complaints with the performance. And they are definitely one of, if not the very best feeling cast iron I have ever hit.

    Like other's have said it's funny how a company selling premium priced gear can't take the time to properly double check the specs before shipping them out. Glad it worked out in the end for you, will definatly get mine checked before hitting them. That is reassuring news hearing they are one of the best feeling cast irons you have ever hit. That's not the first time iv'e heard the 0211's getting positive reviews on feel, looks like an all around great set of irons. Pat fn Perez just made my day though.

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  • WIGolfWIGolf Members  37WRX Points: 35Posts: 37 Bunkers
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    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @1Mordrid1 said:

    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @golfer20 said:

    Tuesday LV Open #3 has photos of Pat’s bag showing the 0211 irons. I am thinking the 0211s must be good.

    Waiting on delivery of some 0211's I purchased off a member. Never seen or hit one in person but most of the reviews have been positive and the fair price of these at the moment was helpful in me making my decision to purchase. Never thought I would see a PXG pro playing the 0211's never mind Pat Perez. The 0211's in black look impressive.

    The performance of the 0211's are great as long as PXG does not completely screw up the specs like they did on mine. But now that I finally got mine to the specs I was fit into, I have no complaints with the performance. And they are definitely one of, if not the very best feeling cast iron I have ever hit.

    Like other's have said it's funny how a company selling premium priced gear can't take the time to properly double check the specs before shipping them out. Glad it worked out in the end for you, will definatly get mine checked before hitting them. That is reassuring news hearing they are one of the best feeling cast irons you have ever hit. That's not the first time iv'e heard the 0211's getting positive reviews on feel, looks like an all around great set of irons. Pat fn Perez just made my day though.

    The 0211’s feel great. Pured strikes feel totally powerful. They feel significantly better than 790’s to me and my srixon z545’s feel marginally better.

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  • StonewalledStonewalled Members  1706WRX Points: 203Posts: 1,706 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @WIGolf said:

    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @1Mordrid1 said:

    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @golfer20 said:

    Tuesday LV Open #3 has photos of Pat’s bag showing the 0211 irons. I am thinking the 0211s must be good.

    Waiting on delivery of some 0211's I purchased off a member. Never seen or hit one in person but most of the reviews have been positive and the fair price of these at the moment was helpful in me making my decision to purchase. Never thought I would see a PXG pro playing the 0211's never mind Pat Perez. The 0211's in black look impressive.

    The performance of the 0211's are great as long as PXG does not completely screw up the specs like they did on mine. But now that I finally got mine to the specs I was fit into, I have no complaints with the performance. And they are definitely one of, if not the very best feeling cast iron I have ever hit.

    Like other's have said it's funny how a company selling premium priced gear can't take the time to properly double check the specs before shipping them out. Glad it worked out in the end for you, will definatly get mine checked before hitting them. That is reassuring news hearing they are one of the best feeling cast irons you have ever hit. That's not the first time iv'e heard the 0211's getting positive reviews on feel, looks like an all around great set of irons. Pat fn Perez just made my day though.

    The 0211’s feel great. Pured strikes feel totally powerful. They feel significantly better than 790’s to me and my srixon z545’s feel marginally better.

    Getting pumped waiting on the arrival of my set, love hearing positive reviews from real 0211 owners. Your saying the Z545's feel better? I had a 545 4 iron at one time, combo set of 545/765/965. Those were great feeling irons, thought the 545 feeling was good but not 765/965. good for obvious reasons. Great feel with some GI is what made me want to try the 0211's, I was tired of waiting for Ping to come up with something in between the i210's and the 410's, thought the 0211's would be close in that regard.

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  • isitourisitour Members  73WRX Points: 81Posts: 73 Bunkers
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    The other day I had an opportunity to try a PXG 0211 7I in my local indoor golf range. The pro shop fits PXG. I've been reading up about PXG and the 0211 for a month or so now. To my eye, they are a really nice looking club! I play 2017 P790 with DG105 Stiff shafts which I really enjoy. So, we set up the 0211 with a DG105 Stiff VSS shaft and I hit both irons back to back. Honestly , I was a little disappointed that the 0211's were not "better". Realistically , there was no discernible difference. The 0211's possible felt a little softer but I really think that was the dampening in the shaft(2019 P790 felt like that as well). One thing for certain, I thought the P790 looked better at address being a little smaller.
    Even though I have never seen a set of PXG clubs at any of the courses I play , I think its a solid brand and I like the "edge" to it. I would be more tempted if the Hero's program was available in my country. The 0211's are a great looking club and with the correct fitting it would perform superbly!

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  • WIGolfWIGolf Members  37WRX Points: 35Posts: 37 Bunkers
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    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @WIGolf said:

    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @1Mordrid1 said:

    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @golfer20 said:

    Tuesday LV Open #3 has photos of Pat’s bag showing the 0211 irons. I am thinking the 0211s must be good.

    Waiting on delivery of some 0211's I purchased off a member. Never seen or hit one in person but most of the reviews have been positive and the fair price of these at the moment was helpful in me making my decision to purchase. Never thought I would see a PXG pro playing the 0211's never mind Pat Perez. The 0211's in black look impressive.

    The performance of the 0211's are great as long as PXG does not completely screw up the specs like they did on mine. But now that I finally got mine to the specs I was fit into, I have no complaints with the performance. And they are definitely one of, if not the very best feeling cast iron I have ever hit.

    Like other's have said it's funny how a company selling premium priced gear can't take the time to properly double check the specs before shipping them out. Glad it worked out in the end for you, will definatly get mine checked before hitting them. That is reassuring news hearing they are one of the best feeling cast irons you have ever hit. That's not the first time iv'e heard the 0211's getting positive reviews on feel, looks like an all around great set of irons. Pat fn Perez just made my day though.

    The 0211’s feel great. Pured strikes feel totally powerful. They feel significantly better than 790’s to me and my srixon z545’s feel marginally better.

    Getting pumped waiting on the arrival of my set, love hearing positive reviews from real 0211 owners. Your saying the Z545's feel better? I had a 545 4 iron at one time, combo set of 545/765/965. Those were great feeling irons, thought the 545 feeling was good but not 765/965. good for obvious reasons. Great feel with some GI is what made me want to try the 0211's, I was tired of waiting for Ping to come up with something in between the i210's and the 410's, thought the 0211's would be close in that regard.

    Yup. The srixons were marginally better feeling. Not leaps and bounds. Obviously a lot of this is subjective between each golfer but I enjoy my 0211’s a lot.

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    On -, @WIGolf said:

    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @WIGolf said:

    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @1Mordrid1 said:

    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @golfer20 said:

    Tuesday LV Open #3 has photos of Pat’s bag showing the 0211 irons. I am thinking the 0211s must be good.

    Waiting on delivery of some 0211's I purchased off a member. Never seen or hit one in person but most of the reviews have been positive and the fair price of these at the moment was helpful in me making my decision to purchase. Never thought I would see a PXG pro playing the 0211's never mind Pat Perez. The 0211's in black look impressive.

    The performance of the 0211's are great as long as PXG does not completely screw up the specs like they did on mine. But now that I finally got mine to the specs I was fit into, I have no complaints with the performance. And they are definitely one of, if not the very best feeling cast iron I have ever hit.

    Like other's have said it's funny how a company selling premium priced gear can't take the time to properly double check the specs before shipping them out. Glad it worked out in the end for you, will definatly get mine checked before hitting them. That is reassuring news hearing they are one of the best feeling cast irons you have ever hit. That's not the first time iv'e heard the 0211's getting positive reviews on feel, looks like an all around great set of irons. Pat fn Perez just made my day though.

    The 0211’s feel great. Pured strikes feel totally powerful. They feel significantly better than 790’s to me and my srixon z545’s feel marginally better.

    Getting pumped waiting on the arrival of my set, love hearing positive reviews from real 0211 owners. Your saying the Z545's feel better? I had a 545 4 iron at one time, combo set of 545/765/965. Those were great feeling irons, thought the 545 feeling was good but not 765/965. good for obvious reasons. Great feel with some GI is what made me want to try the 0211's, I was tired of waiting for Ping to come up with something in between the i210's and the 410's, thought the 0211's would be close in that regard.

    Yup. The srixons were marginally better feeling. Not leaps and bounds. Obviously a lot of this is subjective between each golfer but I enjoy my 0211’s a lot.

    My Stenson Legacy Blacks are King in my feel department, we shall see how the 0211's compare. Totally different iron make up but we know what we like feel wise. Had some 0311 first generations for a short time, they were pretty good feel wise, but I had way too much stuff and just said **** it all and sold off most of the hoard. Slowly creeping back up. 545 full set maybe on order next:)

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  • ShakespeareShakespeare Members  226WRX Points: 110Posts: 226 Fairways
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    Love my 0211's...not as soft as the gen 1 or 2's, but being cast they take wear terrifically...always thought the gen 1 and 2s looked worn pretty quickly

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    On -, @K13 said:

    hey all - PSA in case anyone has been thinking about these. heroes pricing down to $95/club right now.

    So a "Dude" buys a 0211 club on the PXG website...standard price of $225.
    Talks to his neighbor "The Vet" and finds out he bought the same club for $95!

    "Dude" says...WTF?

    "Dude talks to his new buddy "The Vet" and tells him he would like him to order a full set for him, and he will give him an extra "Franklin" for doing so...."The Vet" says....done!

    Two happy campers on Veterans Day.... :D

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    🍎 to 🍏 comparison but my Gen1 0311X driving iron feels much softer than the 0211, despite what the marketing department says. Don’t get me wrong the 0211 feels great. Way better than any cast club that I’ve ever hit and nearly as good as most forged offerings.

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    On -, @BirdieBob said:

    On -, @K13 said:

    hey all - PSA in case anyone has been thinking about these. heroes pricing down to $95/club right now.

    So a "Dude" buys a 0211 club on the PXG website...standard price of $225.
    Talks to his neighbor "The Vet" and finds out he bought the same club for $95!

    "Dude" says...WTF?

    "Dude talks to his new buddy "The Vet" and tells him he would like him to order a full set for him, and he will give him an extra "Franklin" for doing so...."The Vet" says....done!

    Two happy campers on Veterans Day.... :D

    Check the used market for 0211 irons, Gen1 drivers and putters. I’m sure more than a few vets made a “Franklin” or ten. More power to them, they earned it.

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    On -, @Yuck said:

    I had the 0311t for a while in 2018 and the the 0211’s last month. I had always played smaller headed irons, (716 cb and now S55’s), but the 0311t was large and the 0211 was larger. I had difficulty with the turf interaction and looking at the giant heads. I had no quality control problems and dealing with PXG was not stressful. Polite, professional and responsive.

    I sent the clubs back after 10 rounds. Since going back to my old irons, my index has dropped dramatically. Moral of the story, you must demo on real grass.

    Prob explains the recent layoffs prob were clubfitters

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    Not much talk about the shafts on these irons. I'm thinking about the 460 Recoils. Have a three wood with that shaft and it's my favorite club. Thoughts??

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    On -, @edweather said:

    Not much talk about the shafts on these irons. I'm thinking about the 460 Recoils. Have a three wood with that shaft and it's my favorite club. Thoughts??

    You absolutely have to try the Mitsubishi MMT.

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  • fpyle3fpyle3 PennsylvaniaMembers  198WRX Points: 115Handicap: +0.6Posts: 198 Fairways
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    On -, @Yuck said:

    I had the 0311t for a while in 2018 and the the 0211’s last month. I had always played smaller headed irons, (716 cb and now S55’s), but the 0311t was large and the 0211 was larger. I had difficulty with the turf interaction and looking at the giant heads. I had no quality control problems and dealing with PXG was not stressful. Polite, professional and responsive.

    I sent the clubs back after 10 rounds. Since going back to my old irons, my index has dropped dramatically. Moral of the story, you must demo on real grass.

    Exact same experience. Figured I'd give these irons a try when PXG had the free driver and $100 putter deal in late summer. Coming from Apex Pro / Dot / MB split set I could not get comfortable with the very large 0211 club heads and offset in the mid and long irons. There was also a noticeable difference in turf interaction, with shots from the rough being considerably worse with the 0211. 0211 felt very good for a cast club and were quite long, but not for me.

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    4-9 iron: Miura CB57, KBS C-Taper Lite X 
    PW, GW: Titleist SM8, KBS C-Taper Lite X
    Sand, Lob: Titleist SM8, Dynamic Gold 120 S400 Tour Issue
    Putter: Toulon Las Vegas, Stroke Lab 
    Ball: Titleist ProV1, Titleist AVX
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    On -, @dxdgenert, Thanks, I was speaking to the fitter on the phone and he said the same thing. Have been playnig the ping zz lite shafts almost my whole life, 30+ years, and he said the MMT would be a good transition.
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  • dxdgenertdxdgenert Dirtiest player in the game MinnesotaMembers  2115WRX Points: 576Handicap: 13.0Posts: 2,115 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @edweather said:

    On -, @dxdgenert, Thanks, I was speaking to the fitter on the phone and he said the same thing. Have been playnig the ping zz lite shafts almost my whole life, 30+ years, and he said the MMT would be a good transition.

    Search this forum for Mitsubishi MMT review and you’ll find a trove of information in another thread. Good luck!

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    Callaway Mavrik 3 wood w/ Aldila ROGUE White 130 M.S.I. 70
    Callaway Rogue Heavenwood w/ Project X Evenflow Blue 75
    PXG Gen 1 0311X 4 iron w/ Mitsubishi MMT 80
    PXG 0211 5-PW w/ Mitsubishi MMT 80
    Cleveland CBX 52* and 56* w/ Rotex Graphite
    Cleveland RTX4 60* w/ True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400
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    On -, @fpyle3 said:

    Exact same experience. Figured I'd give these irons a try when PXG had the free driver and $100 putter deal in late summer. Coming from Apex Pro / Dot / MB split set I could not get comfortable with the very large 0211 club heads and offset in the mid and long irons. There was also a noticeable difference in turf interaction, with shots from the rough being considerably worse with the 0211. 0211 felt very good for a cast club and were quite long, but not for me.

    You have quite the Callaway combo set going. I just picked up a set of the Dot's off a member, nice looking set of irons. Winter is here so I was only able to hit a few buckets of range balls, so far so good. I snagged a set of 2011's off another member, waiting on delivery. Going to be a long winter waiting for some grass to hit from. What are your finding's on the dot's?

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    On -, @Stonewalled said:

    On -, @fpyle3 said:

    Exact same experience. Figured I'd give these irons a try when PXG had the free driver and $100 putter deal in late summer. Coming from Apex Pro / Dot / MB split set I could not get comfortable with the very large 0211 club heads and offset in the mid and long irons. There was also a noticeable difference in turf interaction, with shots from the rough being considerably worse with the 0211. 0211 felt very good for a cast club and were quite long, but not for me.

    You have quite the Callaway combo set going. I just picked up a set of the Dot's off a member, nice looking set of irons. Winter is here so I was only able to hit a few buckets of range balls, so far so good. I snagged a set of 2011's off another member, waiting on delivery. Going to be a long winter waiting for some grass to hit from. What are your finding's on the dot's?

    To me, the dots are the best irons Callaway has made in a while, even surpassing the 2014 X-Forged I gamed for 3+ years (an eternity for me!). The dots hit all the right notes -- perfect size and shape, great at address, have a little forgiveness. I wish I would have went dots instead of regular apex pros in the longer irons, they are that good.

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    Driver: TM SIM 9*, Fuji Ventus Black 6X
    Fairway Wood: TM SIM 14*, Fuji Ventus Blue 7X
    Hybrid: TM SIM Max 19*, Tensei Pro White 90S
    4-9 iron: Miura CB57, KBS C-Taper Lite X 
    PW, GW: Titleist SM8, KBS C-Taper Lite X
    Sand, Lob: Titleist SM8, Dynamic Gold 120 S400 Tour Issue
    Putter: Toulon Las Vegas, Stroke Lab 
    Ball: Titleist ProV1, Titleist AVX
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    PSA: All Gen1 clubs on huge discount for Heroes Program through November 30th.

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    Callaway Mavrik 9* w/ Aldila ROGUE White 130 M.S.I. 60
    Callaway Mavrik 3 wood w/ Aldila ROGUE White 130 M.S.I. 70
    Callaway Rogue Heavenwood w/ Project X Evenflow Blue 75
    PXG Gen 1 0311X 4 iron w/ Mitsubishi MMT 80
    PXG 0211 5-PW w/ Mitsubishi MMT 80
    Cleveland CBX 52* and 56* w/ Rotex Graphite
    Cleveland RTX4 60* w/ True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400
    Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport 2
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