PXG 0211 Driver Adjustment Guide + (CHART)


Is the PXG 0211 driver adjustable?

Yes, the PXG driver is adjustable. This driver features the same hosel adjustment as that of the other PXG metal woods. The loft can be changed up to +/-1.5° for trajectory optimization.

The other thing that can be changed in the PXG 0211 is its 10g back weight. This can be as little as 2.5g or as high as 20g.

 

How do I adjust my PXG 0211 driver?

The PXG 0211 driver can be adjusted using its hosel. The hosel can be adjusted to increase or decrease the loft of the driver using the wrench that comes with it. Changing the loft causes an increase or decrease in the lie angle as well. There are seven possible adjustments apart from the standard or default loft setting.

The PXG 0211 driver is best known for its versatility because of its head design and is an ideal choice for playing on the tee shots. This driver is extremely forgiving and gives the player a perfect blend of extra distance and increased ball speed.

Furthermore, it’s a good choice for players of mid and high handicap levels. Beginners can also do justice to their game with this PXG driver. The driver is quite long with a length of 45 inches and has a swing weight of D3.

How to adjust the loft and  lie angle of your PXG 0211 driver:

  1. Set the PXG 0211 driver in the neutral position.
  2. Fit the wrench into the screw located at the rear of the clubhead.
  3. Turn the wrench a few times in the anticlockwise direction until the screw becomes loose.
  4. Raise the clubhead gently and remove it from its position over the driver shaft.
  5. Align the dot marking on the clubhead with one of the following marks on the hosel adapter.
  6. Place the clubhead in its place once again and secure it in position by turning the wrench in the clockwise direction. You will often have to do the same number of turns as you did in Step 3.
  7. Stop the turning process when you hear a click sound. This ensures that the clubhead has been tightened properly.
  • Small Minus – This setting decreases the loft by 1° and decreases the lie angle by 0.5°.
  • Small Plus – This setting increases the loft by 1° and decreases the lie angle by 0.5°.
  • Big Minus – This setting decreases the loft by 1.5° and decreases the lie angle by 1.5°.
  • Big Plus – This setting increases the loft by 1.5° and decreases the lie angle by 1.5°.
  • Flat Minus – This setting decreases the loft by 1° and decreases the lie angle by 2.5°.
  • Flat Plus – This setting increases the loft by 1° and decreases the lie angle by 2.5°.
  • PXG – This setting makes no change to the standard loft but decreases the lie angle by 3°.

 

PXG 0211 driver adjustment

 

Golfers have experienced that when they raised the loft of their PXG 0211 loft, the clubface gets closed depending on how much the loft has been increased. This setting also increases the trajectory and spin. The increased loft also tends to pave way for a draw with the driver.

On the other hand, decreasing the loft reduces the trajectory and spin while opening the clubface at the same time. Similarly, when the lie angle is increased, it results in a fade.

When the PXG 0211 driver has a low loft, it is capable of producing high ball speed consistently, even if the golfer has a low swing speed.

In contrast, a high loft setting can help in achieving less ball speed. Another aspect worth noting is that if the driver has been set for a high loft, it tends to become more difficult to curve the ball. This will in turn make it more forgiving than when it has a low loft.

The best way to choose the right loft for the driver is based on the clubhead speed. Players with a clubhead speed ranging between 95mph and 104mph are better off with the PXG 0211 driver adjusted between 10° and 11°. However, golfers with a higher swing speed ranging from 105 mph 115 mph perform better with the loft of their drivers set between 7° and 9°.     

The PXG 0211 has a 10g weight in its rear. This weight can be lessened to as low as 2.5g or raised to as high as 20g. When the weight is increased, players will often achieve a higher spin and launch while the shot is more forgiving.

On the other hand, decreasing the loft results in a lower spin and launch. A change in the weight also alters the swing weight of the driver to achieve better performance. However, it’s recommended by the manufacturer that golfers do not do the weight change themselves.

 

PXG 0211 driver loft adjustment chart

The PXG 0211 driver can be adjusted in seven different loft and lie angle combinations apart from the standard or neutral setting.

The following charts show the different lofts that are possible with this driver.

 

Driver

Standard Loft

Small Minus (-1°)

Small Plus (+1°)

Big Minus (-1.5°)

PXG 0211

10°

7.5°

10.5°

9.5°

11.5°

12°

11°

13°

10.5°

 

Driver

Big Plus (+1.5°)

Flat Minus (-1°)

Flat Plus (+1°)

PXG (0°)

PXG 0211

10.5°

10°

12°

9.5°

11.5°

10.5°

13.5°

11°

13°

12°

 

What loft options are available with the PXG 0211 driver?

The PXG 0211 driver is available with three different standard loft options. These three loft options are 9°, 10° and 12°. Each loft can be stepped up or down by a maximum of 1.5°. In other words, each driver has six different loft options with an appropriate change in lie angle.

 

The loft of the 9° driver can be adjusted to range anywhere between 7.5° and 10.5°. On the other hand, the 10.5° driver supports loft settings between 9° and 12°. Finally, the driver with the highest loft of 12° can be set for a loft between 10.5° and 13.5°.

Ernie

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