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Features and benefits of the Callaway 2013 RAZR X Hot Hybird:
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Golfer: Mens Right Hand
Golfer: Mens Left Hand
Condition: Brand New
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David1962 H.Cap (13) 27/09/2016
Received next day and as described. Used it already to good effect as a replacement for my 5 iron which I was struggling with!
Tomhaire H.Cap (18) 13/07/2016
mossackhall H.Cap (22) 23/03/2016
The club was slightly less condition than I expected the shaft was steel which I had not anticipated probably my thought The club however is good to use however
Humbleabode H.Cap (4) 01/03/2016
Superb quality product better than described, sent out by return would have no hesitation in purchasing from golf bidder in the future
Vlaanderen H.Cap (28) 28/10/2015
First time I've owned a rescue club and just WOW! I wont be leaving this out of the bag any time soon. Use it like an iron from a rough lie, goes like a wood - love it to bits, almost feels like cheating! LoL
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This is the manufacturer's Recommend Retail Price (RRP).
With single clubs (driver, fairways, hybrids, etc.) it is easy to see the saving you're making. However things are a little more complicated if you're looking at a set of irons.
At model level (when browsing all the sets of a particular model) the RRP displayed is for an 8 iron set - usually 3-PW or 4-SW - with steel shafts.
At lot level (when you're looking at a unique set of irons) the RRP may have changed. This is so we can show you the relative RRP of that particular set. You could be looking at a set comprised of 5-PW (6 irons) so we have calculated and adjusted the RRP accordingly. We have also taken steel or graphite shafts in to consideration at this level. Graphite shafts are more expensive and you'll see this reflected in the RRP displayed.
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