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Callaway X Hot Fairway Woods: Editor Review
Pros: The X Hot fairway woods are longer and more versatile than Callaway’s past models. The stock shafts are solid, and the matte grey finish and muted sound have been well received by most golfers. Cons: No adjustability, but there are...
- Posted 296 days ago
Callaway 3Deep: Editor review
Pros: Golfers with a lot of speed who tend to contact the ball high on the face will love the 3Deep’s taller face, which will give them more consistent spin numbers than the X Hot Pro. We...
- Posted 324 days ago
Lefty spotted (again) using an RBZ fairway wood
Callaway’s new line of X Hot fairway woods have been on Tour for almost a month, so it comes as a shock to see that lead Callaway man Phil Mickelson is still using a heavily doctored version...
- Posted 401 days ago
’13 Callaway X Hot drivers and fairway woods
X Hot and X Hot Pro Drivers Most major equipment companies offer at least two drivers in their new product lineups. There’s usually a larger, more forgiving model aimed at average golfers and a more compact model...
- Posted 428 days ago
2013 Callaway X Hot and X Hot Pro Hybrids
Callaway’s X Hot and X Hot Pro Hybrids offer longer distances and more playability from a variety of lies thanks to thinner faces and a redesigned version of Callaway’s warbird sole. Above: Callaway X Hot (19 degrees)...
- Posted 445 days ago
Coming this week… #CALLAWRX: Callaway Golf hosts GolfWRX. 7 GolfWRX members have been invited to see the ins and outs of Callaway Golf in Carlsbad. Members will be given an R&D-led presentation of the company’s 2013 line of...
- Posted 451 days ago
IN-HAND PHOTOS: 2013 Callaway X Hot Irons & Woods!
(X) Hot off the press! Here are some sneak peeks at new Callaway X Hot Irons (Pro and Non-Pro) and woods for 2013. We have complete coverage of the new X Hot line from Callaway. Callaway X...
- Posted 452 days ago