Ever since PXG was founded less than 10 years ago they have established themselves as one of the leading brands in golf.
A host of big name players including Billy Horschel have equipment deals with the manufacturer and its easy to see why.
They made their mark by introducing a better players' muscleback blade using the latest in technology.
Since then, alongside their irons they have released drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, wedges and putters aimed at different types of players.
In February 2020 PXG launched the 0811 GEN4 drivers with three models which were aimed at golfers who wanted a "lower, more-piercing ball flight".
Now they have released their GEN4 XF 0341 fairway woods and GEN4 XF 0317 hybrids for golfers who "want more forgiveness".
Price: Fairway woods/hybrids at $249
Specifications: Stainless steel bodies with carbon crowns
Fairway wood lofts: 16, 19 and 22 degrees
Hybrid lofts: 19, 22, 25, 28 degrees
What stands out when you look at the clubs at address is silver-toned piece in the crown. The clubs are made from carbon fiber.
PXG say these are aimed at golfers looking for forgiving fairway woods and hybrids.
They want to help player who struggle to hit balls off the turf and often hit fat shots.
PXG has added a pair of rails to the sole of each club.
"They are designed to elevate the leading edge slightly, so it does not dig", they say.