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Project X goes lighter: PXi Iron Shaft Review

Pete Wlodkowski of amateurgolf.com    view bio and other articles by Pete Wlodkowski
published 06 Feb 2012

The sleek, stepless design of Project X iron shafts is easy to spot. But more important than what's on the outside is the low launch/low spin ball flight that this product has delivered for years. 

New to the Project X iron shaft family is the PXi -- a lighter weight version of one of the most popular iron shafts in golf, that has also been softened in the butt end to promote better feel. 


Anytime you can lighten the overall weight of a golf club it's a good thing, as long as it doesn't lead to ballooned shots with high spin.

If you want additional distance and feel from your irons, the PXi shaft could be just what you're looking for. But don't take our word for it, visit a True Temper Performance Fitting Center and let the pros fit you  To find a location near you, click here.



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