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RAZR X Hybrids

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RAZR X Hybrids leverage the new Zero Roll Design to help golfers hit higher and longer shots even when struck low on the face.

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    RAZR X Hybrids leverage the new Zero Roll Design to help golfers hit higher and longer shots even when struck low on the face.

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    RAZR X Hybrids leverage the new Zero Roll Design to help golfers hit higher and longer shots, even when struck low on the face. These inertia-driven Callaway RAZR clubs are highly playable and feature aggressive VFT Technology that generates hotter ball speeds in either standard or Tour models so you can dial in your ideal performance.

    • Zero Roll Design: The Callaway RAZR X clubface with zero roll produces a higher launch angle on shots hit low on the face, increasing distance with softer landings.
    • Aggressive VFT® Technology: Precision shaping of the face thickness in each club increases the size of the sweet spot, generating hotter ball speeds for longer distance.
    • Inertia Driven Design: Increased head size of the standard model creates better forgiveness, producing shots that fly higher, longer and straighter.
    • Standard and Tour Models: Standard models have an offset hosel that assists in squaring the clubface at impact while providing a look at address that boosts confidence. Tour models have less offset to enhance workability.
    RAZR X Hybrids is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 246.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 years later, I've come back to them A few things to know about me 1. I'm a tinkerer - I somehow always think the next club I get will be "the one" 2. At one time I was a single digit handicap, but now in my medical residency, I cannot practice as I used to and my scores/swing shows 3. I have little money because I'm doing my residency in NYC, so cost of living is high and pay is low So, I originally bought the 3hybrid and 4 hybrid in 2013 - fell in love. The sound/feel on impact was better than anything I'd ever felt. I was in the X14 irons at the time and had a Ping G5 hybrid - neither compared. I ditched my long irons and played the hybrids with great success. I loved them, so much so that I eventually picked up the 5 hybrid. No difference there, in fact the 5 may have been the greatest of them all for a while - I felt like it was cheating when I ripped this thing from the typical 5 iron distance; it launched insanely high, kept the needed distance and landed softly. Yet as time went by I started to have doubt (see #1) I hadn't tried many hybrids before I settled on these and wondered if better options existed. At the same time as my handicap lowered, I started to develop a draw-type shot shape and the offset of these hybrids accentuated that and I grew to fear hitting a large hook with them. As a result I bought the Tour version of the 3hybrid and actively looked for the Tour 4h but never found it (I'm a lefty). Maybe a year or two later, I hit a friend's ping G25 17 degree 2 hybrid a few times and smashed it a million miles and was convinced these were the new hybrids for me. At the same time through my reading online I decided that I needed shorter hybrids (I'm 5'7" and play a 43.5" driver) so I decided to abandon the Razr X completely in favor of the G25 which could be shortened easily due to the interchangeable sole weights. I played these G25 hybrids for at least a year, but during that time something was off......I had started my residency and was golfing MUCH less than before so I ignorantly attributed it to that, but the days of my hybrids being automatic were gone. Contact was inconsistent, I sprayed them everywhere and found myself looking back to long irons because in my mind "at least they had a fat/thin miss, which was much penalizing than the large right/left miss of my hybrids" Fast forward to 3 months ago I was visiting my parents in Phoenix, AZ - I dusted off the Razr X hybrids in my parents' garage and took them out for a round with my dad..........I picked up right where I left off with them, smashing them effortlessly with that same pleasurable sound/feel I'd remembered from years prior. Better distance than my Ping Hybrids, better tempo, baby draw due to the offset but nothing unbearable. I left the shortened, home-made customized Ping Hybrids in my parents' garage and put the Razr X back in the bag, and haven't looked back. They're point-and-shoot and I never should have abandoned them. If I have some extra money laying around (unlikely) and can find the Razr X Tour 2hybrid or 4hybrid cheap I'll try to pick them up because I believe I'd favor them if/when I get my handicap down again but for now I'm smitten. These ol' hybrids trump anything I've hit in the 5 years since I stumbled upon them and that includes some of this year's models. I believe other people have caught on, as I've perused eBay for deals on these and the median price has nearly doubled over the years - now that may also be becase supply has gone down over the years, but I' inclined to believe its because people know these are diamonds in the rough. Note: the very high ball flight will have some thinking they produce a "ballooning" trajectory, however they hit the distance number they're supposed to for me, maybe even longer, and land high and soft - to me that's perfection, not ballooning
    Date published: 2019-02-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from looking for the six I've had these hybrids for 4 yrs now..was hitting X2 hot hybrids 3-6 for over a yr..pulled out the razr hybrids (3,4,5) this past week again and don't know why I ever quit hitting them..would love to find the six 30 degree with stiff shaft to match my set
    Date published: 2016-06-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hybrid for Hubby The Razor hybrid my husband wanted had been discontinued but was available pre-owned. They updated the club to his specifications in just a day. It was the perfect Christmas gift. I could not be more pleased with our Calloway Clubs or with the service you get from their staff!
    Date published: 2016-01-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It matches my 4 hybrid This is not the most recent hybrid model, but having tried several more recent ones, I think this is better. The enamel finish on the newer hybrids wears out quickly, in contrast to metal finish on the base and face of this model. The newer hybrids are narrower and less forgiving, and don't seem to add any distance.
    Date published: 2015-04-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from After one year of use, can fully evaluate This is part of what I wrote after 2 rounds of use: "I have never owned a hybrid before this. I have played just two rounds with them...I hit some absolutely great shots with them in the first 36 holes in use, including two long draws that reached the green at distances of 180-195 yards. I also hit the Diablo Edge Hybrid really well off the mat also and almost bought those to save a few bucks, but I went for the Razr because of the "rolled edge" and hope that helps with some forgiveness. I think I can learn to shape shots with them..." So, about 30 rounds later, I can honestly say that they two clubs (3&4) are my favorite clubs in the bag. Why? Because they have an incredibly solid feel, even for off-center hits, I can shape shots left and right, and they are longer than my old 4-iron and 7-wood. To me, I guess because of the offset, they naturally want to hit a draw. In fact, I have to guard against hooking the ball by being careful with my face alignment. The 4 hybrid is particularly useful for long par-3's and i use the 3-hybrid for getting out of trouble like punching out from trees and in lieu of a 5-wood when I want more accuracy and maybe 10-15 less yards. My friends are probably getting tired of me saying how much I love these hybrids, but I know they have been impressed with some of the approach shots I have hit with them. Long, high flight, landing soft. I recommend the Raz X Hyrbrid without reservations.
    Date published: 2012-11-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from cann't wait to buy next new addition using club more and more
    Date published: 2012-03-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to hit and long distance hybrid Great hybrid that cuts through the rough with ease. Really digs the ball out on bad lies. Ball jumps off the face super hot. Hitting it so far, I had to trade-in my old 5 Wood.
    Date published: 2012-03-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from great these clubs are by far the best i've ever used,they have improved my game by 10 strokes i have 3 through 6 wish they made more what ever calloway did they fit me perfect steve p
    Date published: 2012-08-26
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