The Hyper X boasts the largest effective hitting area of any all-titanium Callaway driver, for improved distance and ball speed on mis-hits. The X-Sole design should make it easy to align at address. Face angles are 1 degree closed in the standard model but 0.5 degrees open in the Tour model to offer better players greater scope for workability.
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Solid feel, great flight and a more compact look than many 460cc drivers, perhaps due to its deep face and less “stretched” head shape. One or two recent Callaway models have failed to hit the right note at impact for some, but sound is right back on track here. Where next? More On Test: - Callaway FT-iQ and FT-iQ Tour reviews - Callaway X Tour irons review Galleries: - Callaway Big Bertha Diablo driver and Callaway FT-9 driver pictures - Callaway X22 irons, Callaway X22 Tour irons and Callaway X Forged irons pictures