Callaway X Utility Prototype Hybrid
£69.99 - £83.99
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The handicap number refers to how many strokes above or below par a player should be able to play. This means that the lower the number, the more advanced a player is considered to be, and vice versa.
Each area illustrates a range of handicap numbers.
Coloured areas indicate the handicap number range to which the model corresponds, so whether it is designed for beginner or advanced players.
Both these models would be best suited for beginner players.
Both these models would be best suited for advanced players.
Features and benefits of the Callaway 2013 X Utility Prototype Hybrid Iron:
Designed by Roger Cleveland and introduced to the Company's Tour staff prior to the 2012 U.S. Open.
Their introduction sparked a wave of interest on the PGA Tour that extended beyond Callaway's staff professionals and the clubs soon stood atop the list of utility irons in play at PGA Tour events.
Callaway X Utility Prototype Irons are made with a hollow forged construction of 1020 carbon steel, a tungsten sole to precisely dial-in the CG location, and a high-strength maraging steel face that promotes high ball speeds.
Each iron also features removable weights on the sole that range from two to eight grams in two-gram increments that allow players to make swingweight adjustments to fit individual needs surrounding specific length, shaft and grip options.
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