PXG has introduced a striking new range of Tour-validated 0311T forged wedges to the public.
Each of the heads are CNC-milled to precise specs from 8620-carbon steel.
The wedges, which feature tungsten weighting to help increase the MOI (moment of inertia), have been designed with the same groove pattern as the brand's forge 0311 wedges in 46 to 52-degree lofts, with a more aggressive pattern on the 54 to 60-degree lofts.
"I've always wanted to design an entirely milled wedge, but it's a time consuming and expensive process," said PXG's senior designer Mike Nicolette.
"With Bob Parsons' support and commitment to exploring new processes and materials, we've been able to develop a collection of milled wedges that are nothing short of incredible."
The 0311T wedges are available in four sole designs of Sugar Daddy (46 to 60 degrees), Romeo (58 and 60 degrees), Zulu (58 and 60 degrees) and Darkness (55 and 60 degrees).
World ladies number one Lydia Ko uses the Sugar Daddy sole to help her from a variety of differing playing conditions, two-time major champion Zach Johnson uses the narrow-soled Zulu for firm conditions, Ryan Moore plays with the wide-soled Romeo that is suitable for open-face shots in soft sand or high rough, and Parsons plays with the wide-soled Darkness which offers greater forgiveness due to its larger head.
The wedges are available through PXG authorised fitters for $650 (chrome finish), $750 (dark finish) and $800 (Darkness model).
For more information visit the PXG website.