PXG has unveiled an exciting new line of 0311 Black Ops drivers designed to help all golfers maximise distance and consistency off the tee. The drivers feature innovative technologies and materials to produce faster ball speeds, lower spin, and extreme forgiveness across the face.
Let’s dive in and get to know the technology behind the drivers.
The standard 0311 Black Ops driver has a shape engineered for optimum launch, carry, and forgiveness. The Tour-1 model has a slightly taller face and curved crown for a more penetrating, low-spin ball flight preferred by better players. Both models come in lofts of 8°, 9°, 10.5°, and 12° to fit any swing.
At the heart of these drivers is a high-strength titanium alloy face that flexes more at impact. This produces faster ball speeds and increased distance even on mishits across the face.
Strategic carbon composite sections in the crown and sole make the head lightweight while allowing weight to be repositioned for higher MOI and lower CG, adding stability and distance.
Removable sole weights (2.5g to 20g) enable draw/fade bias and launch angle tuning for optimal ball flight. Weighting can also boost MOI over 10,000 g-cm2 for maximum forgiveness.
PXG’s robotic polishing and frequency optimisation give the Black Ops models a crisp, explosive sound at impact.
With unmatched ball speed and versatility, PXG’s 0311 Black Ops drivers aim to be the new go-to for golfers wanting to hit it farther than ever off the tee.
The Black Ops drivers will join our fitting kit for FREE custom fittings at AFGolfStore to offer you more distance and improved accuracy! When considering a new driver in 2024, it’s certainly worth putting the driver into the mix!
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