X2 Hot Deep Fairway Woods
Callaway X2 Hot 5 Deep
To be honest I was talking with a friend about this new deep series. I'm more of a Driver, 3 Wood kind of guy, after I hit the 5 Deep a few times, I changed my whole opinion. With the new 5 Deep I'm getting about 250-260 carry and 275-285 total!! Isn't that just insane with a 5 Wood!!! So needless to say I feel in love with it and at those distances I will never need a 3 Wood now! I mean really the 5 Deep is what any golfer would want. You can hit it high and land soft, hit low stingers with it, hit it off the deck, off the tee, I mean whatever you want, you can do with it!
April 30, 2014
Compared it to the taylormade mini-driver before purchase
Face size of both clubs very equal. 3 deep (14) went straighter and further both off the tee and an uphill lie off the deck.
Easier to swing as the mini-driver's club head swung "heavy". Used the 3 deep for 2 rounds and love the accuracy off the tee on 200yard+ par 3's and tight drives on short par 4's.
April 27, 2014
Off the rack, no tweaks needed...
Bought it off the rack. Hit several shots with it at the range, before heading to the course with it. Match play tourney. Used off the the tee for 8 out of 14 holes. Won match 5 and 4. +2 my own ball, great club. Part II today.
June 8, 2014
What a missle launcher
Ball comes of hot and straight to slight draw. Ball flight has a boring ball flight and long. Just seems to find the fairway with ease. Easily out performs my driver of a different brand. I am thinking about this Aldila green tour shaft for my x hot 5 wood. I will also be looking at the new X2 hot Driver as well. I just don't remember a single club improving my game so much or cause so much excitement to get back to the course. If you don't give this club a test drive you are missing out.
June 7, 2014
Who needs a driver now?
Easy to hit, great price value. The leader of the pack!
April 10, 2014
Not for average golfers
Currently, I use Callaway, irons, driver and woods, I have purchased this one based on reviews as well as i was using x hot 3 wood (last year version). This is club is only for the teebox. NOT for the fairway. Goes left too much. 85% time miss hits. No wonder this is selling with reduced price. I think this is NOT the right fit for regular golfers.
Finally I have exchanged with regular x hot 2 3 wood. That is slightly goes right, I think I can correct that in the future.
July 21, 2014
In retrospect, a Big Bertha fairway wood would probably have been a better choice except there is no strong 3 (3+) in the BB line.
June 20, 2014
This product seems good for my purpose.
At 68 I couldn't get the driver to stop casting, etc- lots of problems, but could do OK with the 3,5,and7W. I traded-in 2 XHot drivers and bought the 2W. I can get 220yds and more accuracy. It wasn't a problem of weight; probably simple physics- mass times acceleration and the body in straight line stays in a straight line. My strength could not achieve enough outside force to square the clubhead away from the straight casting line. My Golf Tec instructor pointed out that irons are heavier than my driver which places the problem on centipital force- ma=f.
September 27, 2014