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Callaway RAZR X HL Graphite Hybrid

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $21.77
Mid: $25.61
High: $29.45

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $48.37
Mid: $56.91
High: $65.45

Next update: 5/29/16

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MSRP (new):


Head Size:

105 cc

Head Material:

Stainless Steel

• Zero Roll Clubface provides a higher launch angle on balls hit on the lower half of the face, for greater distance.
• Face thickness is produced with tight tolerances for an increased sweet spot, generating higher ball speeds and more distance.
• Thin crown lowers the center of gravity. The center of gravity is optimized to produce a higher trajectory that will carry longer and land soft.
• Slightly bigger club footprint for a high MOI and more forgiveness. Greater hosel offset helps align the clubface consistently.
The story of Callaway Golf begins with the company’s founder and namesake Ely Callaway, a passionate businessman and well known figure in the game of Golf. The company got its start when Mr. Callaway bought a small wedge and putter company called “Hickory Stick USA”, which later became “Callaway Hickory Stick USA” and eventually “Callaway Golf”. From the beginning the company was committed to producing quality product for golfers of all skill levels. Mr. Callaway called it “Demonstrably Superior and Pleasingly Different” (DPSD) golf clubs. Though the company has grown exponentially since it’s modest start in 1982 (when Mr.Callaway would deliver product himself from the back of his Cadillac) the commitment to innovation and quality remains. Now a publicly traded company, Callaway is one of the most visible names in golf with a product line that encompasses the full spectrum of equipment and accessories including drivers, irons, wedges, putters and balls. Callaway golf also owns Top-Flite Golf Company, Odyssey Putters, Ben Hogan and Strata Brands.

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The larger size and more offset (than last year’s original RAZR X) is an effort to move the CG farther back and increase stability. It also features the variable-thickness face design and zero-roll radius found on the original.
“You think the ball’s floating, but it’s really going. Super long for such a high flight.”
“Nothing special about the appearance, ordinary almost, but every hit was a sweet baby draw that went 200 yards.” . . . “The offset makes it set up a little awkward, but it doesn’t take away from how easy it is to hit shots with these.”
This fits the lineage of Callaway clubs designed to help those who need it. It makes you think of the old Heavenwood.
Three lofts is too few, and like Callaway’s iron line, consumers might be confused over which RAZR is right for them.

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