GX7 Golf Club Review

GX7 Golf Club Review

By Paul Liberatore



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We all know the hardest part of golf is consistency, especially when hitting off the  tee  box. This why the pros are the pros, and we are amateurs. 

But have you ever wondered if the reason why you are inconsistent off the tee is because you are using the same clubs as the pros, and not a club designed strictly for amateurs.

 Well this is the theory behind the GX7 Golf Club, a golf club made for  amateurs  that provides for the hitting consistency of a pro.

Key Features

Built with a 14 Degree loft, which is more than standard drivers but less than a 3 wood , the GX7 Golf Club is designed to help you get the ball in the air while reducing the potential of a slice .

With a club volume of 267cc, the GX7 Golf Club is large enough to provide confidence when addressing the ball. .

With a shaft length of 43”, the same as a standard 3 wood, the GX7 is designed to allow amateurs golfers to square up the clubface at impact, which helps to improve accuracy, consistency and distance .

The GX7 Golf Club is a high-quality and affordable golf club that offers excellent performance for both beginner and experienced golfers. It features a forgiving design, adjustable loft, and a sleek, modern appearance. This review provides a comprehensive analysis of the GX7's features, performance, and value, making it a helpful resource for anyone considering purchasing this golf club.

Design and Technology

Now you may have seen the commercial on the Golf Channel, in case you missed it here it is, but the GX7 Golf Club is designed to provide the distance of a high performance driver, with the accuracy of a  fairway wood , all while using your natural 7 iron swing. The heart of the GX7 Golf Club lies in its sole.

 High-Density Wrap Around Bar


The trailing edge of the GX7 Golf Club is made of high density tungsten wrap around bar that serves two main purposes. First, it helps to pull the mass of the club head back and down. This motion helps to create very low center of gravity, which is ideal for creating a greater launch angle and spin rate. Second, the wrap around tungsten bar moves the mass to the perimeter of the club, which helps to raise the moment of inertia (“MOI”). This increased MOI allows for greater accuracy and forgiveness on off center shots.

An Iron Like Leading Edge

The leading edge of the GX7 Golf Club has been designed like an iron . Softly curved at the front and from heal to toe, the GX7 Golf Club can glide across the surface when hit from either the tee box or fairway. Furthermore, with a leading edge like an iron, the GXY Golf Club wont snag, dig or bounce, when hitting the ball.

No Friction Zone Behind the Leading Edge

With a “no friction zone” recessed sole behind the leading edge, the GX7 Golf Club will always stay above the ground plane. This is because the sole of the club will not be skipping off the surface of the ground when hitting through the ball, and as a result you will noresult you head sped or catch the ball thin.


  • Designed for amateur golfers, the GX7 is priced less than other name brand drivers
  • Very forgiving club that allows you to hit the fairway more consistently
  • Stable swing due to it being designed to be hit like a 7 iron


  • The “As Seen on TV” can be a big turn off to some golfers who may be wary
  • No gadgetry to adjust the handling of the club like other drivers on the market
  • Pretty average looking, the design is a little uninspiring and dated

Our Experience

The GX-7 golf club is not particularly impressive in person, with a large clubface that gives the impression of being forgiving, but the club is very loud at impact. After just a few swings, something started to rattle inside the clubhead, suggesting potential quality issues. When tested against the reviewer's own Callaway driver, the GX-7 was no match in terms of key performance metrics like distance and launch angle. While the GX-7 may perform reasonably well as a 3-wood, the reviewer found it no easier to hit off the ground than a typical 3-wood, contrary to the product's claims. Overall, the reviewer concludes that the GX-7 is not terrible, but it is certainly nothing special and is likely to disappoint many golfers given the outrageous claims made in its marketing.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the GX7 Golf Club and how does it work?

The GX7 Golf Club is a single iron that is designed to replace a golfer's 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 irons. It features a unique design with a wide sole and low center of gravity to help launch the ball high and straight, even for beginner and high-handicap golfers.

What are the key features and benefits of the GX7 Golf Club?

Some of the key features of the GX7 include a large sweet spot, perimeter weighting for forgiveness, a lightweight graphite shaft, and a comfortable grip. This helps golfers achieve longer, straighter shots with more consistency compared to traditional irons.

Is the GX7 Golf Club suitable for both right-handed and left-handed golfers?

Yes, the GX7 Golf Club is available for both right-handed and left-handed golfers. There are specific models designed for each handedness to ensure proper performance and fit.

How much does the GX7 Golf Club cost and where can I buy it?

The GX7 Golf Club has a retail price of $199. It can be purchased directly from the manufacturer's website or from authorized retailers and golf shops.

Are there any accessories or add-ons available for the GX7 Golf Club?

While the GX7 Golf Club is sold as a single club, there are some accessories that can be purchased separately, such as a headcover and additional grips. However, the club is designed to be a standalone solution for golfers looking to simplify their iron set.


If you can get over the fact that the GX7 is a “As Seen on TV” Golf Club, you might be amazed by what this club little club can offer. Just remember though, take their claims with a grain of salt. So, if you are struggling with a high handicap and looking for a new club in your bag then give the GX7 Golf Club a shot. With a 60-day money back guarantee, what do you have to lose.

Paul Liberatore

Paul Liberatore

As the Founder of Golfers Authority Paul Liberatore Esq. has spent the last 7+ years writing about the best golf equipment or instruction from the top golf instructors in the world. He has been a contributing writer for Sports Illustrated Golf and GolfWRX. After graduating with honors from Purdue University, he realized that he had a passion for the golf business and the law. When he's not practicing law, or creating golf content on YouTube, he can be found on his syndicated Behind the Golf Brand podcast talking with the most prolific leaders in the golf industry. 

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