Callaway Golf Balls
Hex Black Tour X-out
- Soft inner core with firm outer core allows for best spin separation as ball travels from the tee
- Duraspin cover is durable but still allows for a soft feel and good spin control
- Thin inner and outer mantles boost distance and reduce spin
- Hex dimple pattern design reduces drag and holds stable trajectory even with the wind
- Condition: New balls, but may have slight cosmetic imperfections that will not affect gameplay
- Mix of SR3 balls
- For high swing speeds (105mph or higher)
- Urethane cover
- Dual-core construction
X2 Hot/X2 Hot Plus
- Mix of X2 Hot (for swing speeds of under 90mph) and X2 Hot Plus (for swing speeds of over 90mph)
- Designed to reduce slices and hooks
- Three-piece design
- Trionomer cover with fast-tech mantle for fast ball speeds off the tee
- Surlyn tri-blend material retains a soft feel
Strata Tour Advanced
- Three-piece, multi-layer design
- Ionomer cover blend boosts control around the green
- Soft feel, but fast ball speeds off the tee for maximum distance
For some, “Big Bertha” is a reminder of an early 20th century war weapon, but for golfers, the term refers to a driver that helps them attack only one thing — a golf course filled with curves, bunkers, and occasional monsters that emerge from the lake near the 9th green. The driver, created in the early ’90s, gained instant popularity by allowing even novices to hit their tee shots far down the course, garnering acclaim for Callaway and its founder, Ely Callaway. Ely had made his fortune in textiles and wine, but in the ’80s, Callaway, a distant relative of the legendary Bobby Jones, sold his businesses to focus on his passion, golf. Within only a few years, Callaway had become one of the largest manufacturers of golf clubs, balls, and accessories in the world, and today, its products can be found in the bags of Phil Mickelson and Morgan Pressel, among other tour players.
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