PXG Xtreme Dark Irons

The innovative, sleek black coating for PXG Xtreme Dark Irons helps to preserve performance and looks smokin’ hot

Scottsdale, AZ  PXG, the global golf research, and development powerhouse, has introduced an optional matte-black finish to its flagship PXG 0311 GEN4 Irons lineup. The new Xtreme Dark finish features a black diamond-like carbon (DLC) coating that is engineered for performance.

“We’re taking our game-changing GEN4 Irons through a stunning transformation with PXG’s Xtreme Dark finish,” said PXG founder and CEO Bob Parsons. “Not only is it extremely durable, but also drop-dead sexy and will have your fellow golfers drooling with envy.”

Accomplished through a cutting-edge, three-layer ionization process, DLC is a hard, graphite-like, carbon-based coating that is applied to the outside of the clubhead. The coating has been used in a variety of high-wear resistance technologies, including fuel injection systems, and is known for its incredible durability. On PXG irons, this application produces a sleek look that significantly extends the lifetime of the Xtreme Dark finish.

PXG Xtreme Dark Irons
PXG Xtreme Dark Irons

Originally introduced in the GEN1 series, and also available in the company’s GEN2 Irons, the wildly popular finish has been reintroduced based on customer input. The Xtreme Dark finish is now available for all models – Xtreme Performance (XP), Players (P), and Tour (T) – in the PXG 0311 GEN4 Irons lineup.

PXG’s GEN4 Irons are powered by the company’s proprietary XCOR Technology. The result of a multi-year research and development project, XCOR Technology features an incredibly soft and highly compressible material that delivers added face movement and provides an enormous sweet spot. Each iron is five times forged and designed with an ultra-thin face to boost forgiveness, deliver explosive distance, and provide golfers with incredible sound and feel.

For more information or to schedule an iron fitting, visit www.PXG.com.

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Howard Flanagan

Howard's love for the game started when he was 9, growing up in the Mid-Hudson Valley of New York State. Unfortunately for him he was left-handed and the only clubs in his parent's household were right-handed, so he had to learn the game from a different perspective. Throughout his golfing life Howard has been a member at several private clubs around the U.S. and in the Caribbean, but really enjoys the game when it is played on an unheralded muni course, just about anywhere.

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