Callaway Weekend Tour Update: Reed, Every, Ko add new pieces
Callaway may not have found the winner's
circle over Easter weekend but its clubs were
in play across the globe.
Red-hot Patrick Reed played a new X2
Hot 2-Deep fairway wood into the bag at the
RBC Heritage at Harbour Town. The club is
12.5-degrees, 42-inches and featured a True
Temper Bi-Matrix shaft geared towards helping
The X2 Hot 2-Deep, of course, was developed
to provide golfers with a more versatile and
easier option off the tee without sacrificing
much distance. The larger head -- compaired
to the 3 Deep -- offers more consistency off
the tee and a higher MOI.
Stuart Appleby also put a new club
into action -- the X2 Hot Pro Fairway Wood.
At the RBC Heritage, Appleby hit 73.2 percent
of fairways using hte club and was helped by
its higher launch.
Matt Every played one of Callaway's X
Utility Prototype irons at Harbour Town.
Designed by Roger Cleveland, the clubs are yet
another level of versatility in the bag and can
help players off the tee.
Every played a 3-iron.
Former Women's World No. 1 amateur Lydia
Ko changed putters, moving to a Odyssey
Tank Cruiser V-Line. The putter is 33 inches
witha 15-gram weight in the grip and a pair of
15-gram weights in the head.