XXIO 12 Family of Clubs


XXIO believes for many recreational players, those with slow to moderate swing speeds, lighter is better and with the new XXIO 12 woods, hybrids and irons for men and women has constructed clubs following that maxim.

Fast Facts XXIO 12 Family of clubs
Available Feb. 11, 2022
Stock grip: XXIO 12 Weight Plus counterbalanced
XXIO 12 Driver
Rebound Frame
ActivWing aerodynamic design
Flat Cup Face Super-TIX-51AF Titanium to improve COR
Face Bulge and Roll in six segments
Stock shaft: TORAYCA T1100G
XXIO 12 Fairway Woods
Rebound Frame with HT1770M stainless steel face
ActivWing aerodynamic design
Cannon Sole with floating weight pad
Stepped crown
Stock shaft: MP-1200
XXIO 12 Hybrids
Rebound Frame
ActivWing aerodynamic design
Cannon Sole with floating weight pad
Flat Cup Face HT770M stainless steel
Stock shaft: MP-1200
XXIO 12 Irons
Titanium Iron face
Rebound Frame
Tungsten-Nickel sole weight
Lofts: 5-iron 22°, pitching wedge 42°
Stock shaft: MP-1200
$219.99 each, set of seven irons $1,539.93

XXIO continues to target those with slower swing speeds such as seniors and women with the lightweight XXIO 12 family of clubs. The woods have what the company calls ActivWing which a descriptive way to label the head shape designed so that air passing over in the downswing helps to stabilize the head for more consistent impact.

The bigger story though is the use of very lightweight materials in all the XXIO 12 family to help players swing them faster for more distance.

“Having a 20-year head start in lightweight technology has been a real plus for us. It has allowed our engineers to focus on incremental improvements and on technologies that best accompany that performance,” said Chuck Thiry, Vice President at XXIO. “We are certain that our players will continue to see big advancements in performance and distance as soon as they hit XXIO 12.”

With a 41-gram shaft and 31-gram counterbalanced grip the XXIO 12 driver weighs just 282 grams, significantly less than most other drivers. Fairway woods have similar weight and XXXIO 12 irons tip the scale between 351-grams and 384-grams.

Ed Travis

Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is regularly seen in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Travis still plays regularly. He and his wife live on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.

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