Prosimmon x9 Golf Clubs Review

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(Researched review of Prosimmon x9 golf clubs by Rob Green)

prosimmon_golf_x9_clubsIn this review I’ll be looking at the x9 golf clubs from Prosimmon. As always, if you have any requests for club sets you’d like me to review please let me know.

Prosimmon X9 Golf Clubs Intro

The X9 golf clubs from Prosimmon are ideally suited to beginners with their oversized club heads resulting in an increased sweetspot and their cavity backs which result in extremely forgiving shot making ability. Making them perfect for those just getting to grips with their swing.

What’s in the Bag?

  • An oversized Titanium Matrix driver with a 460cc clubhead and graphite shaft (with perimeter weighting)
  • A 3 wood with a 10.5 degree loft and graphite shaft (with perimeter weighting)
  • 3-4 hybrid irons with steel shafts
  • 5-PW SW with steel shafts, enlarged sweet spot, and cavity back
  • Mallet putter with aiming markings and precision balance to improve control and feel
  • Golf bag: Shoulder strap includes extra padding and plenty room inside

My Opinion on the Prosimmon X9 Golf Clubs

As a starter set of clubs they fit the bill perfectly. Overisized driver and high lofted wood with graphite shafts and perimeter weighting. The oversized clubhead improves ball contact for those who aren’t confident ball strikers. Graphite is a lot lighter then steel so it promotes speed in your swing resulting in much longer shots. The perimeter weighting on the driver and wood increases the size of the sweet spot which increases forgiveness which results in straighter longer shots.

Hybrids are great versatile clubs and ideal for beginners who don’t quite have the confidence to hit their long irons. The bag consists of a 3 and 4 hybrid. The the irons included are from 5-PW and SW. These come with a steel shaft as steel promotes more feel and consistency which is essential for a better touch around the greens. You also get an oversized mallet putter which is great for beginners as well as it helps promote more touch and forgiveness on the greens.

The bag is roomy and has extra padding for those long 18 hole hikes. It’s not mentioned in box but the clubs come with head covers and the bag has a rain cover. Not a defining decision to buy but a nice suprise nonetheless I’m sure.

Overall, for the price you can’t really get much better from a beginner set of golf clubs. The clubs have receive some rave reviews online with 5 star ratings across the board on Click here to see the reviews now.