RAZR X Tour Hybrids
Great Hybrid for Experienced Golfer
After improving my golf game, I decided to upgrade my clubs and purchased the Razr X Tour 3 Hybrid to compliment my Razr X Tour 5-PW iron set. This is not a beginners club as the head is small and there is little offset to help with squaring the club face. However, if you are a more experienced golfer looking for a hybrid to replace your low irons, this club is incredible! Pure shots that strike the sweet spot sound and feel so good, and the ball SAILS! If I hit fairway off the tee I can get this club to roll out to 230+ yards and I don't consider myself a long driver. Again, if you're a beginner, go with the Standard, non-tour Razr X hybrid model; but, if you have some experience under your belt and don't have a problem hitting smaller head clubs, this hybrid will change your long iron game!
March 23, 2012
very nice club, the look at address inspires confidence and the results back it up. i like it!
March 25, 2012
good quality & good condition upon reciept. I like the clubs a lot
these are good clubs, easy to hit. Hit on the driving range and they are straight with a nice ball flight. can't wait for Spring to play them on the course.
January 2, 2014
So Easy to Hit
I recently replaced my old set of Ping irons with new Ping irons (G15) and two RAZR X Tour hybrids. These are the first hybrids I've ever owned, so I didn't really know what to expect. Naturally, I tried the Ping G15 hybrids that matched my irons, but I didn't really like them. I didn't hit them all that well, plus I didn't like the way they looked. Asthetics are of course a matter of personal taste, but the G15 hybrids don't match mine. I also tried the Adams A12, the Cobra Baffler Rail H, and the RAZR X Standard model. The two I hit the best were the Cobra Baffler and the RAZR X. I eventually settled on the RAZR X because I also play a Callaway driver and 3-wood. I chose the Tour model hybrids over the Standard model because I wanted matching 2- and 3-hybrids, and the 2-hybrid is only offered in the Tour model. Ordinarily, I would have chosen the Standard model for their supposed increased forgiveness. However, the Tour models are also very forgiving and easy to hit. I hit them off the tee, off the fairway, and out of light rough. One final note: Even though I've never been a particularly long hitter, the club fitter I went to adamantly recommended stiff shafts based on his observations and the results of the launch monitor. I was hesitant, but I did buy the stiff shafts, and now I love them. They don't feel overly stiff, and my ball flight is very straight. These clubs are simply great!
February 11, 2012
not for the average golfer.
With the small head it seems that the club is not forgiving on miss hits.
August 10, 2014
well made by CALLAWAY
Excellent club, for low or higher handicap golfers.
July 15, 2014
I can hit these Hybrid clubs with ease
It has been a quite a few years since I played regularly and have just started back up. I noticed I really wasn't getting a lot of spin on 2 iron shots and the trajectory had flattened out quite a bit. This is mostly due to loss of club head speed. A friend suggested I try a hybrid club to regain some height on my ball flight. He was spot on I can work the ball both ways and have excellent trajectory. If you are a low handicap 50 year old and your long irons are giving flat looking ball flights get these tour hybrids and you will get some strokes back.
June 21, 2014
I got two of these, and then two more. The first two are mine, and I hit them very consistently with good accuracy and distance (3H at 200 yd, 4H at 175). Later, I bought one 3H each for my twin boys and they just kill the ball with them, about 20 yd longer than me. Great clubs.
May 31, 2014