Callaway Golf X-Tour Wedges
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- New enhancing shape made with 1020 Carbon Steel
- Stock Shaft is a True Temper Dynamic Gold S300
- For the more accomplished golfers looking for tour proven precision in their wedges
User Ratings & Reviews
Everyone get obsessed with cleveland and vokey wedges... and I'm here to tell you that the callaway wedges are better. First of all, you have the man behind all the cleveland designs doing the work, so you know it's top notch. And if that weren't enough, Callaway offers more loft, bounce, grind options that any other company around. No matter how you swing, or the conditions you play in, Callaway has a wedge to fit your game. The Phil Mickelson grind is incredible, and the mack daddy grooves will spin y
Jon (Riverview, FL)
Handicap 0 - 5
I have the 56 and it is the best wedge I have ever used. I have always had a love-hate relationship with all of my wedges before this one. From the fairway, rough, hardpan, or sand it does not matter put a half decent pass on the ball and get more than decent results. It is very easy to hit the high flops, knockdowns, chips, pitches, or just a regular shot. It makes the ball dance on the green so you need to hit at least to the pin and most of the time past the pin. I have the Forged Vintage X-Tour that rus
greg (Austin, TX)
Handicap 6 - 10
Frequently asked questions about
Used callaway Iron sets
06/29/2009 10:38 AM
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Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
06/30/2009 1:14 PM
i bought a set of callawy 2008 irons and have a club with the letter A on it what does it mean ive never seen a club with a letter A on it
06/10/2009 8:54 PM
Thank you for your question.
Callaway calls it an A (Attack) Wedge, others call it a Gap Wedge. I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
06/11/2009 9:39 AM
Johnny, are you fuckin nuts? A for attack wedge? Lay off the crack buddy. A stands for Approch wedge, you dumbass. I hope this helps!
Mid Handicap Golfer: Jim
07/01/2009 9:30 PM
If you were to go to a three wedge system, what loft's /bounce would you buy. Thanks, Craig
04/19/2009 3:12 PM
Craig, the lofts needed to fill your gaps will differ according to the loft of your irons. A stronger set of irons will need stronger wedges. For example: if your PW is 45 degree you will want your gap wedge near 50 degree with a sand at 54 and the lob at 58. You will always want your gap and lob wedges to have lower bounce while your sand wedge has higher bounce. The lower bounce is better for "harder" surfaces ie compact sand while the higher bounce is great for "softer" lies ie fluffy white s
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
04/25/2009 11:39 AM
a 48 degree pitching wedge and a high bounce sandy are all you need, become a feel player
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