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.
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.
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
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.