Hi, this is Trevor with GolfEtail, and today we are going to be reviewing the Callaway X-Series Hybrids.
The X-Series Hybrids are an continuation of Callaway’s X-Series Fairway and Driver line, which are known for their forgiveness and styling. In fact, they were awarded a Gold Medal in the 2007 Golf Digest’s “Hot List,” so you know they are performance driven.
These hybrids feature Callaway’s X-Sole design, which really helps with the turf interaction when you are swinging the club. It helps to dig through the deep rough, and to just slide off more fairway-type lies. The low leading edge helps you get the ball into the air quickly.
These clubs have stainless steel heads, which is very durable and has a great feeling of weight to it, and they feature Callaway’s Variable Face Thickness Technology, VFT, which means that the face is actually thicker in the middle and thinner on the edges. This helps to produce a lot of power, even on miss and off-centered hits. It helps transfer the power from the face onto the ball, helping you get a lot of distance.
These hybrids also feature Tru-Bore design, which is a full bore through of the shaft, and S2H2, which stands for Short, Straight, Hollow Hosel. You will see this little knob here on a lot of Callaway clubs, and this is the S2H2 design. What that does is it reduces the weight of the hosel, and repositions it onto the perimeter of the club. This increases perimeter weighting, gives you a higher MOI, and more forgiveness on off-center hits. So, S2H2 combined with the Tru-Bore redistributes the weight of the head, and gives you a great hybrid.
Thanks for watching guys, these were the Callaway X-Series Hybrids. Jump on our website, GolfEtail.com and check them out. We have them in left and right handed, in a variety of lofts, and a variety of shaft configurations, so jump online and check them out! Thanks for watching…