Callaway Razr X
Posted 01 July 2011 - 11:22 AM
Titleist 915F Aldila Rogue 80x
Titleist T MB 3 iron ProjectX 6.0
Titleist 714 CB's ProjectX 6.0
vokey Sm5 52-08,56-10, 60-07 DGTI KBS black pearl stiff
Scotty California fastback 34" customized at scotty shop
Posted 09 August 2011 - 08:48 AM
F: 15° Great BB (OF adjusted to 17°) | Kuro Kage
H: 21,24,27° Razr X 3,4,5h | Steel
I: 31,35.5,40,45,50° XR Pro | KBS Tour V90
W: 54/58° MD2 Tour Grind | Chrome
P: Odyssey BWB Sabertooth | 34"
Posted 26 March 2012 - 10:59 PM
Very sweet stick, stock shaft in correcct fles is very playable. Silly long and ginty type sole extremely versatile.
RFX 3 & 5 Woods MRC BB 73
RFX 7 Wood Matrix Black Tie 7M3
XHot Pro Hybrids 23 Accra Shaft
Apex Pro 5-W KBS Tour V or Recoil 110s
Odyssey WhiteHot Pro #7 Flatso Ultra grip
X Forged C Grind 52*
PM Grind 58* KBS 610 Wedge
Chrome + and Chrome Soft Yellow
Posted 01 January 2013 - 05:40 PM
About the only negative for me is the Razr is slighly too upright, the sole design does help mitigate that somewhat though.
Edited by enduro, 04 January 2013 - 04:37 AM.
Callaway X2Hot 2Deep
X2HP 18 degree or X2H 23
Cleveland 54, 58, Odyssey 2Ball
Cally x20 tour 4-pw/ Project X flighted
Posted 27 May 2014 - 06:42 PM
These hybrids are great.
I can crush them with consistency and they stay on-line.
The Tour ones definitely have some extra heft to them that makes them feel sturdier. I wish the stock shafts felt sturdier, more like an Adams, but they still feel all right. The normal Razr X feels light, not to the point it's whippy (close, but I don't swing a hybrid full-strength usually).
With my 4 I don't get a lot of roll out so it's nice for controlled longer shots.
The 2 and 3 are great for getting out of trouble without having to sacrifice too much distance.
RBZ Stage 2 Tour 14.5*
Mizuno JPX Fli Hi 3h, 4h, 5h
Mizuno JPX 825 6-9i
Vokey SM4 46.08, 52.08, 58.09, 64.07
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