Specs. The X Hot is available is lofts of 9.5, 10.5, 11.5 and 13 degrees. It comes stock with a proprietary True Temper Project X Velocity shaft in light, regular and stiff flexes.
How many degrees is a Callaway X Hot A wedge?
The X Hot pitching wedge is 44 degrees versus the more acknowledged loft is 50 degrees or perhaps 48 degrees.
What year did Callaway X Hot come out?
Available to golfers on January 25, 2013, the X Hot and X Hot Pro Irons have distinctly different technologies that fuel distance and complete performance for both amateur and professional golfers.
Do I need a 54 degree wedge?
So generally think about putting in a gap wedge that’s 48 or 50 degrees, a sand wedge that’s between 54 and 56 degrees, and a lob wedge that’s between 58 and 60 degrees. These are general guidelines, make sure you’re working with your fitter to get the gapping that works best for you.
What does the draw setting do on a Callaway driver?
Draw-bias designs also encourage a straighter ball flight by featuring higher lofts, lighter shafts and more upright lie angles. There’s even evidence that with the CG closer to the heel, draw drivers help average golfers return the face to square at impact because the CG is closer to the shaft.
Are Callaway XR irons any good?
The standard XR has a fair amount of offset, which reduces considerably in the Pro model. Feel/Sound: The standard XR feels incredibly hot from the middle, creating a towering flight. The XR Pro feels solid, but some will find it a little firm and clicky for an iron they want to play. Forgiveness: Excels in this area.
When were Callaway X2 hot irons released?
The X2 Hot line of products will be available on January 17, 2014 at golf retailers worldwide and on www.CallawayGolf.com. “With the X2 Hot line, we challenged ourselves to reinvent each product to meaningfully improve distance, speed and forgiveness across every category,” said Dr.