Branden Grace WITB

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edited Mar 20, 2013 in Pro Players WITB #1


Branden Grace WITB

As of 01/03/2013




Driver: Callaway X Hot Pro (Dual COG Hosel)

Loft: 8.5 Degrees


Shaft: Fujikura Fuel 65 X-Flex



3 Wood: Callaway X Hot Pro

Loft: 15 Degrees

Shaft: Fujikura Fuel 75 X-Flex




Hybrid: Callaway Diablo Edge Pro

Loft: 18 Degrees

Shaft: Mitsubishi Rayon JavlynFX S




Irons: Callaway X Forged (3-PW)

Shafts: Royal Precision Rifle Project X 6.5




Wedges: Callaway X Forged (52, 58 and 60 Degrees)

52 Degrees Loft with 12 Degrees Bounce

60 (Bent to 58) Degrees Loft with 9 Degrees Bounce

60 Degrees Loft with 9 Degrees Bounce




Putter: Odyssey Versa 1W

Grip: SuperStroke




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  • AiyoyohAiyoyoh Members Posts: 15
    Great pics thanks. I always thought he stuck to the 09 X Forged. Interesting to see he's updated his set. I'm still toying with changing my irons to the X Hot Pro or these X Forged. The new X Forged seem very popular although haven't heard great things performance wise. The LPGA was here in Singapore over the weekend and pretty much every Callaway user used these irons.



    The wedges are interesting too. Not just because of the stamps but also of the lack of the current Callaway wedge models. I haven't seen anyone carrying the current Callway wedge offering. I personally do not like the lack of bounce options.
  • MitchellMitchell Members Posts: 5,497 ✭✭
    Typical WRX member would have a fit over ferrule on hybrid!
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  • StretchStretch #golfwrxproblems Members Posts: 1,239
    Versa with Metal X insert? Wedges in the same loft with slightly varying grinds and different color stampings? Dat's a HO!!!
  • easyyyeasyyy Founder & Still a Ho DetroitRules Official, Administrator Posts: 12,302 admin
    Aiyoyoh wrote:


    Great pics thanks. I always thought he stuck to the 09 X Forged. Interesting to see he's updated his set. I'm still toying with changing my irons to the X Hot Pro or these X Forged. The new X Forged seem very popular although haven't heard great things performance wise. The LPGA was here in Singapore over the weekend and pretty much every Callaway user used these irons.



    The wedges are interesting too. Not just because of the stamps but also of the lack of the current Callaway wedge models. I haven't seen anyone carrying the current Callway wedge offering. I personally do not like the lack of bounce options.




    I can tell you some great things performance wise. I have been testing these for a few weeks and i have nothing but positive things to say so far. These heads are solid! The sole grind is very forgiving. Roger Cleveland and the Callaway design team like bounce. That translates to a more forgiving sole grind. Bounce is your friend. They are sold also. The feel of these heads are some of the better feeling head I have hit in years.



    Here is a cool write up Zak did that has some cg facts I find interesting as well... http://www.golfwrx.com/47223/first-look-13-callaway-x-forged-irons-pics-and-info/
  • Dscvrr St LouisDscvrr St Louis #CALLAWRX 12/12/12 & HOGAN Ft Worth ClubWRX Posts: 5,398 ✭✭
    easyyy wrote:

    Aiyoyoh wrote:


    Great pics thanks. I always thought he stuck to the 09 X Forged. Interesting to see he's updated his set. I'm still toying with changing my irons to the X Hot Pro or these X Forged. The new X Forged seem very popular although haven't heard great things performance wise. The LPGA was here in Singapore over the weekend and pretty much every Callaway user used these irons.



    The wedges are interesting too. Not just because of the stamps but also of the lack of the current Callaway wedge models. I haven't seen anyone carrying the current Callway wedge offering. I personally do not like the lack of bounce options.




    I can tell you some great things performance wise. I have been testing these for a few weeks and i have nothing but positive things to say so far. These heads are solid! The sole grind is very forgiving. Roger Cleveland and the Callaway design team like bounce. That translates to a more forgiving sole grind. Bounce is your friend. They are sold also. The feel of these heads are some of the better feeling head I have hit in years.



    Here is a cool write up Zak did that has some cg facts I find interesting as well... http://www.golfwrx.c...-pics-and-info/




    I am with Easyyy on the X forged...best head I have ever played overall. Looks, feel, control, consistency, and like Easyyy mentioned ..the bounce is so goooddd...turf interaction is a dream with these. Yeah, the progressive CG in these works so well with controlling the golf ball!!



    Wedges...playing the current forged wedges, and yeah, they need more bounce options and really..just more BOUNCE in the higher lofts in general...but I hear there are great things on the horizon...so be patient...!!
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    Callaway MD4 54/58 Modus 3 125 Wedge/ Vega 50/54/58 Modus 125 Limited Blue


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  • scratchswingerscratchswinger Members Posts: 16,306 ✭✭
    60 is filthy, lots of time went into that stamping. I love it!
  • easyyyeasyyy Founder & Still a Ho DetroitRules Official, Administrator Posts: 12,302 admin


    60 is filthy, lots of time went into that stamping. I love it!




    They are sick...



  • JOHN GOLIAJOHN GOLIA On the Bubble Members Posts: 1,256 ClubWRX
    Love those Wedges
  • scratchswingerscratchswinger Members Posts: 16,306 ✭✭
    edited Mar 5, 2013 #10
    I wish Wedgeworks would offer something like that. I tried to do something similar and snow was the closest that I could get, I don't have the patience to do it on my own.
  • tbowles411tbowles411 ClubWRX Posts: 25,244 ✭✭
    I'm a big fan of Roger Cleveland's thoughts on grind and bounce. Adding bounce helped me a bunch.
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  • AiyoyohAiyoyoh Members Posts: 15

    easyyy wrote:

    Aiyoyoh wrote:


    Great pics thanks. I always thought he stuck to the 09 X Forged. Interesting to see he's updated his set. I'm still toying with changing my irons to the X Hot Pro or these X Forged. The new X Forged seem very popular although haven't heard great things performance wise. The LPGA was here in Singapore over the weekend and pretty much every Callaway user used these irons.



    The wedges are interesting too. Not just because of the stamps but also of the lack of the current Callaway wedge models. I haven't seen anyone carrying the current Callway wedge offering. I personally do not like the lack of bounce options.




    I can tell you some great things performance wise. I have been testing these for a few weeks and i have nothing but positive things to say so far. These heads are solid! The sole grind is very forgiving. Roger Cleveland and the Callaway design team like bounce. That translates to a more forgiving sole grind. Bounce is your friend. They are sold also. The feel of these heads are some of the better feeling head I have hit in years.



    Here is a cool write up Zak did that has some cg facts I find interesting as well... http://www.golfwrx.c...-pics-and-info/




    I am with Easyyy on the X forged...best head I have ever played overall. Looks, feel, control, consistency, and like Easyyy mentioned ..the bounce is so goooddd...turf interaction is a dream with these. Yeah, the progressive CG in these works so well with controlling the golf ball!!



    Wedges...playing the current forged wedges, and yeah, they need more bounce options and really..just more BOUNCE in the higher lofts in general...but I hear there are great things on the horizon...so be patient...!!




    How do you think the X Forged compares with the X Hot Pro? Lofts are differrent. And stock shaft is differrent too. Which will launch higher without losing distance? PXi or 95? Its difficult to tell with the different head lofts and shafts but both professing to doing the same thing i.e. launch high with more distance.



    New wedges in the offerring really? Its about time. Every Callaway pro seem to be using the old wedges like Brendan or Jaws like Phil et al.
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