Released January, 2009
The Pros:Good feedback on miss-hits, helps improve your game. Durably built, won't notice any real wear for years. Accurate flight when hit correctly, ball flies predictably every time.
The Cons:Not very forgiving, mis-hits go far off the mark.
The Callaway X-22 hold a place on the 2009 Gold Digest Hot List. With a moment of inertia that is ten percent higher than the predecessors, the forgiveness is higher, making them a better option for consumers willing to pay a little extra money for a better quality in their game.
Loading latest prices from ProductWiki...
The shape of the head is designed to appeal to Tour players with a thinner top line and narrower sole. The overall effect of the design is to make the clubs a good option for a good range of players, or a consumer who is a beginner now but doesn't plan to stay that way.
- Fits a wide range of players
- Modified True-Bore
- VFT Technology
- Precision Notch Weighting
- 2009 Gold Digest Hot List
- 10% higher MOI than predecessors
- Tour-Inspired head shape
- Thinner topline and sole
- Forgiving for off center strikes
User Reviews (3)
good feedback on miss-hits, helps improve your game
durably built, won't notice any real wear for years
accurate flight when hit correctly, ball flies predictably every time
workability is above average, allows you to shape appropriately
enough weight to let you know when you've reached the top of your swing
good balance of spin and height for optimal distance
not very forgiving, mis-hits go far off the mark
You may also like...