Golfers, if you're looking for a way to improve your golf swing this holiday, we've got just the thing.
Anna Rawson, pro-golfer and now a spokesperson for PXG, has played with practically every club out there and says nothing truly stood out. So when billionaire GoDaddy founder Bob Parsons told her he had created something that would change the game, she was skeptical, until she tried them.
Rawson hit the clubs and says they were amazing. They looked thin as a blade but were as forgiving as a chunky game-improvement club. Her first thought? You've really done it. There's no one else in that category in the market.
So what's different about Parsons Xtreme Golf?
Rawson says it's the technology. PXG has over 90 patents, and uses some of the most expensive materials, so the clubs really have a luxurious feel.
Just ask PXG Founder, Bob Parsons. He says the secret sauce is a thermoplastic elastomer they injection mold inside the club. It reinforces the face and sucks up vibrations and gives it a wonderful feel.
Parsons says they created a golf club that looks like a blade, plays like a cavity back and has a sweet spot the size of Texas.
He believes nobody makes golf clubs the way they do, period.
This holiday, why not try them out?
PXG is offering a three-day custom experience at Scottsdale National Golf Club in Arizona, starting at $12,500.
Take a golf trip with your buddies, get fitted for the world's best equipment, play the most exclusive private club in Arizona, and spend two nights at the Four Seasons.
Rawson is convinced once you swing PXG clubs, you'll never go back.