Pro Shop: PXG 0317 CB Irons

Parsons Xtreme Golf (abbreviated PXG), a global sports equipment manufacturing company that designs, markets, and sells a line of custom fitted golf equipment products, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, has a new line of irons called PXG 0317 CB. (PXG)

ORLANDO, Florida – The new cavity back 0317 CB irons from PXG are a good companion for the previously introduced 0317 ST blade irons having the same loft and lie specifications for making up blended sets.


  • Better-player category
  • Cavity back design
  • Forged 8620 carbon steel heads
  • CNC milled face and back
  • Tungsten back weight
  • Choice of finishes: Chrome, Xtreme Black
  • Stock lofts: 5-iron 27°, pitching wedge 46°
  • Stock shafts: True Temper V2 Elevate, KBS Tour 120S
  • Stock grip: PXG Z5 Black
  • $169.99 each, set of seven irons $1,190

The 0317 CBs fill a logical place in the PXG iron lineup. They are a cavity back construction with a tungsten back weight and are a complimentary model to the 0317 STs or Super Tour blades introduced in Sept 2022.

The cavity back provides added forgiveness and provides greater MOI compared with a blade-design iron. Blended sets comprised of a mixture of the two models is a realistic possibility combining the forgiveness of the 0317 CB in the long irons and the greater control of the 0317 ST blades for the short irons. The stock loft and lie of the two models are the same.

“For golfers who love the look and playability of a blade but know their game could use a little forgiveness every now in then, our new CB Irons are just the ticket,” PXG Founder and CEO Bob Parsons said. “From clubhead size, offset, and sole design to a flighted trajectory, these irons perform beautifully in the hands of better players.”

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