Conclusion: #Ridonkulong may be a silly “word,” but the distances that these hybrids produce are dead serious. For players looking to use hybrids instead of fairway woods, or those who simply want to get longer, the Callaway X2 Hot hybrids are a must-try.
Conclusion: Callaway built upon the foundation of last year’s successful X Hot and X Hot Pro by bringing us two more drivers that have the same feeling and performance that was so great in the original but with more distance, better performance, and a cooler look.
Summary: Hybrids are here to stay. Their ability to replace long irons, and help golfers of all skill levels hit more consistent, dependable shots from 180+ yards out has helped a ton of golfers play a better game.
Conclusion: Callaway X Hybrid w/ Graphite Shaft: Callaway Golf X Hybrids draft from Callaway s X Series drivers and fairway woods – incorporated with a Modified X-Sole design for versatility and superior turf interaction with proven Callaway Golf core technologies.
Summary: The Callaway X comes between the Nike Sumo Hybrid and the Titleist 585H for forgiveness. It certainly is not as friendly as the Sumo but it is more forgiving than the 585H. It would therefore be suited to a middle range handicap player who wants a slightly friendlier club when they don't middle it.
Summary: Callaway Golf has been a leader in the game improvement segment for years, so it’s no surprise that they’ve been a big player in the booming hybrid market. The company’s Heavenwood stormed the golfing world a few years ago and became an extremely popular option with many of our customers.
Summary: GM verdict:The original Callaway X Hot did a great job of offering plenty of distance without sacrificing control. It was so good that it overshadowed the brand’s more expensive RAZR Fit Xtreme model.
Summary: The Callaway RAZR X captures the true reason hybrids were introduced, it provides the ability to hit high flying, soft landing shots from long distance. The head is an unusual shape but works brilliantly.