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Features and benefits of the Callaway 2013 RAZR X Hot Hybird:
Golfer: Mens Right Hand
Golfer: Mens Left Hand
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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
Christine1949 H.Cap (14) 13/08/2015
Came the day after I ordered it in superb condition. Seemed almost brand new. Hitting it a country mile and intend not to use 3 and 5 wood in future. Just waiting for 25 degree utility to show up on the site. Highly recommended.
ziggy666 H.Cap (13) 03/05/2014
excellent addition to the bag , now have 3,4 & 5 X hot hybrids , all have given me extra length and consistency .
sparkpete H.Cap (17) 17/04/2014
Very good club easy to use from the light rough and fairway. Good stroke saver. Very pleased with the club.
bennet H.Cap (19) 02/04/2014
Tried this club off a tee,off the fairway and out of rough and it delivers from all situations.
Can recommend it for mid to high handicappers .Great club to build confidence!
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