Callaway Razr X

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What do you think?


  • jackruss02jackruss02 Jackruss02 Members Posts: 265
    I have a 21 degree, but went back to my Adams idea pro black
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  • OhioGolfDudeOhioGolfDude Cincinnati, OHMembers Posts: 2,419 ✭✭
    Have the 18* and 24* Razr X Tours, they are very forgiving and super long! Love these hybrids.
    10.5° Rogue (set to +2 loft) Tour AD DI-6
    15° Epic (set to +1 loft) Mitsubishi Diamana Blue S+ 72
    20° XHP 3H Project X 75 White HYB
    Mizuno JPX-900 HM 5-A Nippon Modus3 105
    54°, 58° MD4 Matte Black S grind Nippon Modus3 105
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  • mr_wolfmr_wolf Members Posts: 62
    I had cobra baffler triple weight system hybrids and couldn't hit them consistently. (I am a high handicapper). I picked up a 3 and 4 Razr X and couldn't believe how easy they were to hit. Oh - and they get the ball up high...
  • AHolman3AHolman3 Fostoria, OHMembers Posts: 242 ✭✭
    Won a 18deg 2 tour Razr x last year and I love it! So easy to hit! Can fly it high or hit a awesome low stinger that just seems to find center of fairway after center of fairway on tight par 4s!
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    X2Hot Pro 16 deg Aldila TG 104TX
    X2Hot Pro 20 deg Proforce V2 104X X2Hot Pro 23 deg PX 7.0 HB6 Titleist 710 AP2 5-PW PX 7.0
    Vokey TVD 50 M grind PX 7.0
    Vokey SM6 55 M grind PX 7.0
    Vokey SM6 60 K grind Low Bounce PX6.5
    Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2.5
  • golfdad907golfdad907 Play fast, have fun Members Posts: 3,101
    I have the Tours. First hybrid to replace (well, tried several, none made the bag) Mid Rescue TP.

    Very sweet stick, stock shaft in correcct fles is very playable. Silly long and ginty type sole extremely versatile.
    2015 GBB 10.5 - MRC B Series 60S 44.75"
    RFX 3 & 5 Woods MRC BB 73
    RFX 7 Wood Matrix Black Tie 7M3
    XHot Pro Hybrid 23 Accra Shaft
    Apex Pro 5-W KBS Tour V or Recoil 110 S-flex (Recoil for Winter Season)
    Odyssey WhiteHot Pro #7 Flatso Ultra grip
    X Forged C Grind 52*
    PM Grind 58* KBS 610 Wedge
    Chrome Soft 2016 Yellow
    Hdcp - between 3 to 5 over the year
  • enduroenduro Members Posts: 1,105 ✭✭
    edited Jan 4, 2013 #7
    Have the Razr Tour also, 21 degree. Very easy to get airborne, fairly neutral ballflight and workable either direction. Shaft seems slightly soft to flex but still pretty decent. Hits higher than most similar lofted hybrids I've owned but distance is still very good.

    About the only negative for me is the Razr is slighly too upright, the sole design does help mitigate that somewhat though.
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    2016 M1/ Chrome+
    Adams XTD Ti 3w/Ilima
    Titleist 816 H1 hybrid or 913 5w
    SLDR 4-pw/
    Nike 54, 58,
    Odyssey putter
  • diehllanediehllane Reverend Members Posts: 1,161
    I've got a 2 Tour and a 3 Tour as well as a regular 4.

    These hybrids are great.

    I can crush them with consistency and they stay on-line.

    The Tour ones definitely have some extra heft to them that makes them feel sturdier. I wish the stock shafts felt sturdier, more like an Adams, but they still feel all right. The normal Razr X feels light, not to the point it's whippy (close, but I don't swing a hybrid full-strength usually).

    With my 4 I don't get a lot of roll out so it's nice for controlled longer shots.

    The 2 and 3 are great for getting out of trouble without having to sacrifice too much distance.
    Driver: Bombtech Grenade 10.5
    3W: Mizuno JPX EZ
    Hybrid: Mizuno JPX Fli Hi 3h, 4h, 5h
    Irons: Mizuno JPX 825 6-9i
    Wedges: Vokey SM4 46.08, 52.08, 58.09, 64.07
    Putter: SeeMore Si5
    Ball: Vice Pro Plus
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