New for 2014, the X2 Hot hybrids feature Callaway's thinnest-ever all-titanium "Hyper Speed Face" for a larger sweet spot and faster ball-speed. Swing-weight is D0, while the stock shaft is Callaway's Ultralite Iron in graphite.
3H: 19°, 58.5° lie, RH and LH 4H: 22°, 59.25° lie, RH and LH 5H: 25°, 60.0° lie, RH and LH 6H: 28°, 60.75° lie, RH only
Marauder31 - 7/6/17 HAve had the 3 for a while and its great on tight par 4's and approaches to long par 5's. I added the 4 a bit later and found it to be a great alternative to an iron as it goes high and lands softly. Particularly good on longer par 3's. I sucked up my pride and recently added the 6 (28*)as an alternative to my 5 iron. Much for the same reason as adding the 4....high soft landing that carries the 180 I needed to fill the gap. These things are hot faced rippers!