Callaway X2 Hot Fairway Metals

Drafting on the success of the original X HOT series, Callaway’s X2 HOT fairway metals incorporate an even thinner face which, when coupled with Hyper Speed Face Cup technology, translates into increased ball speed. Which translates into increased distance. Which translates into shorter approach shots or in some cases eagle opportunities. Which …. you get the idea. More on the specs and tech below:

Callaway X2 HOT Fairways

X2 Hot Fairway Woods | X2 Hot Pro Fairway Woods
The Company’s fairway wood market share doubled in 2013. To keep pace in 2014 with X2 Hot, the team added the new Hyper Speed Face Cup technology that incorporates a thinner face for added ball speed, particularly on impacts low in the face. The addition of a 455 carpenter steel face cup changed the paradigm in last year’s wildly popular fairway wood, yet initial testing has shown the new Hyper Speed Face Cup is adding 1.4 mph average ball speed over its predecessor.

The team also improved the Internal Standing Wave, a weighting system that gives Callaway engineers an ideal CG position for distance from all impact locations on the face, and allows them to position weight close to the face without reducing its flexibility. Callaway will offer a host of options in the X2 Hot Fairway Wood, expanding the distance and versatility offerings for various player types and playing conditions. This includes new options of the Deep Fairway Woods, which gained notoriety with Phil Mickelson’s incredible birdie on the Par 5 17 en route to his 2013 Open Championship victory. Options include a 3-, 4-, 5-, 7-, 9- and 11-wood in the Standard model; a 13.5°, 15°, 17° and 19° in the Pro model, and Callaway will add to its Deep series with an X2 Hot Pro 2Deep, a 3Deep and a 5Deep offering. Stocks shafts are the same as the driver.

Ping I Irons

Ping’s I Irons

Ping engineers used 431 stainless steel (high strength-to-weight ratio and softer feel) to deliver both workability and trajectory control.

Ping GLIDE ES

Switching To Glide

Ping’s new Glide ES wedge features a scooped sole that offers increased versatility on full and partial shots from all conditions.

Callaway Truvis

Now You See Me

All the performance characteristics of the Chrome ball – low spin rates, maximum ball speeds, lower compression, softer feel, PLUS the hard-to-miss / easier-to-find attributes of the distinctive patterned cover.

Ping GMax

Ping Goes To The Max

Ping’s new GMax irons utilize COR-Eye Technology; a new cavity design that increases flexing across the entire face for faster ball speeds and increased forgiveness.

Snap Cap

Change Colours In A Snap

The colourful ferrules, which also include some metallic finish options, come in a multitude of colours plus two tone options which cover the sports teams, colleges, companies etc.

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