GX-7 Metal Golf Club Review


This highly touted conforming club is ubiquitous on the Golf Channel and plugged by Denis Paulson as ”Average Distance shot of a High-Performance Driver & the Accuracy of a Fairway Wood. All this is achieved through the use of this high quality 7-Iron Swing”. It truly performs exceptionally well.

Our testing group was so enamored by the clubs, raving “So much easier to hit than my driver and just as long, maybe even longer”, that many of them are now playing with at least two GX-7s.

The general assessment was that the ball flight was consistent, the ball went straighter and it was definitely easy to hit.

We concur with Paulson, that the GX-7’s design, which features extreme perimeter weighting and a hot stainless steel face, is much more forgiving when you fail to connect with the sweet spot. The Opti-Launch shaft performs exceptionally well.

The heart of the GX-7 lies in its sole and by checking out the GX-7’s underside, you’ll find a wealth of beneficial features.


A high-density tungsten bar around the trailing edge: One of the GX-7’s coolest features – this wrap-around bar serves two purposes:

1) It pulls the club head’s mass back and down, creating a super-low CG for ideal launch angle and spin rate from tee or turf, and…

2) Moves more mass to the perimeter, raising the GX-7’s moment of inertia (MOI) for archer-like accuracy – and outstanding forgiveness on miss-hits.

A leading edge like an iron: Softly curved at the front and from heel to toe, the GX-7 literally glides across the surface when hit from the fairway or rough.

Some of the features include a non-adjustable head, which for many golfers is more suitable based on many factors, including COG (center of gravity), so the club is therefore pre-adjusted. Also, the club’s multi-functional face progression helps players close the club face and catch the ball squarely. The base sole mimics that of a 7-iron.

Therefore, the key to getting the results you seek is to strike the ball with a slightly descending blow, just like your irons and hybrids.

The 14 degree driver sells for $199.00   with a 60-day money back guarantee.

Also available are two fairway woods (18 and 21 degrees) that are combined together for $199.00.


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Barry Lotz,J.D.,Ph.D.

Barry Lotz, J.D., Ph.D. is the director of the Professional Golf Teachers Association of America. Visit: www.facebook.com/PGTAA to see all the latest mental strategies, travel, and equipment reviews. Currently, he also works with between 10 to 12 PGA TOUR players on the mental side of golf. He is a member of the Golf Writers Association of America and serves both as a consultant and mediator to the golf industry. He is also the author of numerous books, including “333 Best Web Sites for Golfers” and his previous book, “How to Build Business Relationships through Golf,” which is still on the Top Ten Golf Business Book’s bestseller list. His current book, “The Right Mind for Golf,” is now in its 13th reprint and is available on Amazon and at the Torrey Pines Golf Course. Just released on June 30th, 2023, his new book, “The Right Mind for Putting,” is now available at https://www.pgtaa.com/product/the-right-mind-for-putting-2023.

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