X2 Hot Pro Hybrids
The X2 Pro Hybrids provide solid feel and great performance.
I purchased the 18 and 20 degree X2 Hot Pro hybrids (regular flex) to fill the gap in loft for 3 and 4 irons that I don't hit very well. The smaller head and openness of the face on both clubs works well for me as they more so resemble irons than "mini-fairway woods". At address they are easy to align and look great. The Aldila Tour Green shaft took me a few sessions at the range to get used to since it is slightly heavier than my previous hybrid shafts; however, now that I've played a few rounds with them I wouldn't trade the shaft for anything. The sharp "shrill" sound of a well struck ball coming off the club face is exhilarating and the results are superb. The hybrids also work great off the tee on short par 4's and attacking doglegs.
June 8, 2014
I know Callaway likes to have new innovative products at regular intervals, but this hybrid CANNOT be made any better!
I previously was using the Xhot pro 16 degree and got great distance and reasonable consistency in shot dispersion. Good product.
Now I have the 18 degree X2hot 6.5 x-stiff shaft, and I went to the range here in the Northeast in January with the temperature at 25 degrees, and the frozen "range balls" were carrying to the 200 yard marker! I barely made it close to that with my 16 degree Xhot on summer days.
Great news: perfect, long distance, straight hitting club!
Bad news: Sorry Callaway, I'm not going to be buying a new hybrid for quite a while. This one's a keeper !
February 9, 2014
Won a $300. gift certificate for winning a Golf Tournament in March, and went to use at the Classic Club in Palm Desert. While searching thru the available clubs the Pro told me the had just gotten the X2 Hot Pro Hybrids in, and he had taken it out on the course and it was like a rocket.
He sold me on an 18 Degree and he wasn't kidding. This club sets up perfectly and is an absolute dream to have in the bag.
April 27, 2014
Amazing Feel and Look
I have always had trouble hitting a 3-wood off of the deck. A friend recommended I try a hybrid. I went and tested 4 different brands of hybrid and the X2 Hot Pro 16 degree came out on top. This club is so easy to hit and is far. Never again will I use another 3-wood with this in my bag. I loved it so much, I recently purchased the X2 Hot Pro hybrid 3 and 4 irons. Great Club.....
December 2, 2014
Pro version is easy to hit.
The Pro version has no/little offset which I prefer. Other hybrids I have a tendency to hook. These, when played like an iron, are straight. Distance as good as Adams XTD or slightly better. I had read the Pro version was less forgiving than regular version. I compared the hitting area to an iron and these have the same width as a long iron. I had no problems hitting 2 -4 irons. I had problems hooking many hybrids. These stop that tendency when hit with a ball position slightly ahead of center - or like an iron. Just like "they" always tell us how to play them!
December 1, 2014
I traded in my Ping G20 20 degree hybrid and wanted a hybrid with less offset. I ordered the X2 Hot Pro 20 degree hybrid and couldn't be more pleased. It looks great with its small compact head and the sound of this club when you hit the ball flush is music to my ears. The ball jumps off the face and I especially like the Aldila Tour Green shaft, which allows me to load the club properly given my higher swing speed. Love this club.
February 1, 2014
15 yards longer than my old hybrid.
LONG AND STRAIGHT ! ! ! Easy to hit because of the weight in the head.
July 7, 2014
Wow long, straight and can be used from any lie
Whack it long and straight and quite playable from all lies. The 18 and 23 degree are in my bag and at the age of 65, I never expected to be able to hit at 2/3 iron equivalent185/190 with regularity until I played these (23 degree is good for for 170). Also easy to hit off the tee, the 18 degree had become my driver substitute for tight tee shots.
July 5, 2014