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Features and Benefits of the Callaway X fairway wood:
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Golfer: Mens Right Hand
Club: 5 Wood
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peterooney H.Cap (15) 22/02/2009
I got this club as I have a 8 degree driver so a 13 degree 3 wood is a good jump in loft. Hard to hit very hard to hit. Found it hard to get the sweet spot, ended up just leaving it in the locker.
ballybunion69 H.Cap (7) 29/01/2009
Quite simply a beautifull piece of kit... flights the ball low & penetrating ..great feel..have tried numerous other fairway woods this callaway is miles ahead ..
seamuscurran H.Cap (5) 23/10/2008
I`m very happy with this club the low ball flight suits the courses i play (links with lots of wind). While i am a big fan of callaway clubs this club is more suited to more consistant ball strikers. If you are mid to high handicap avoid the tour version.
bsmith1355 H.Cap (0) 09/04/2008
Have used Callaway Fusion 3 wood for several yrs. X Tour Fairway is better. Easier to square up and looks great behind ball. Better ball flight and goes further. Best fairway wood I have had in years.
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