XXIO Golf Clubs Overview
XXIO doesn’t try to make clubs for every level of golfer. Instead, the Japanese company makes golf clubs targeted toward a very specific type of player: one with moderate swing speed.
Moderate, as in below 96 MPH with the driver. While that leaves out professionals and most low-single-digit handicappers, it captures the majority of male golfers and nearly all women. To help these golfers get more distance, XXIO golf clubs feature lightweight shafts and clubheads, along with higher balance points – all of which boost clubhead speed.
XXIO (pronounced “ZEK-see-oh”) has been the top-selling golf club maker in Japan for nearly the entire 21st century. It broke into the U.S. golf market in 2015 and has been one of the country’s fastest growing brands ever since. XXIO also makes golf balls, bags and other accessories.
XXIO golf clubs cover the full range: drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, irons, wedges and putters. At GlobalGolf, you can shop a great selection of new and used XXIO clubs, often at major discounts.
Let’s check out what XXIO Golf has to offer:
Prime Series, 2021
XXIO Prime Series
continues the brand’s emphasis on lightweight clubs that deliver extra distance to golfers of modest swing speeds. XXIO’s Prime driver features a rebound frame and flat cup face for maximum ball speed on pure strikes and miss-hits, plus draw bias built into the clubface’s bulge. As with all XXIO golf clubs, the entire Prime lineup uses shafts made by the company exclusively for use in its products.
Eleven Series, 2020
The XXIO Eleven Series driver features an ultra-thin sole made possible by its Star Frame internal structure. The result is a higher MOI (moment of inertia) for improved forgiveness. Eleven Series golf clubs are counter-balanced, with weight added to the grip end to make the clubhead swing faster. XXIO Eleven irons feature multi-piece construction and a pair of slots in the cavity, which boosts clubface flexibility and ball speed.
X Series, 2018
Aimed at low to mid-handicappers,
XXIO’s X Series golf clubs
maintain the company’s reputation for building lightweight, speed-enhancing woods, hybrids and irons. The fairway woods are notable for their “cannon sole,” which allowed engineers to craft a bigger cup face and increase ball speeds. XXIO X Series irons stand out for their titanium face plates and exceptional flexibility.
XXIO makes mallet and blade-style putters
, each forged from 303 stainless steel and fitted with tungsten weights to increase stability and forgiveness. The intricately milled face pattern enhances feel on contact.