The Callaway XR range - comprised of XR drivers, XR fairway woods, XR hybrids and XR irons - has been unveiled
Below, you can see a selection of images from the XR family.
The Callaway XR driver, which comes in both a standard and a pro model, utilised R Moto technology, which removes weight in the face, leading to increased ball speeds.
It also has an improved headshape, a forged composite crown and a 53% lower centre of gravity as compared to the X2 Hot Pro. As such, the driver delivers 300rpm lower spin.
Callaway’s new fairway wood family is comprised of the XR, the XR Pro and the XR Deep.
The XR deep comes with a brand new Hyper Speed Face Cup that increases ball speeds across the face.
A completely redesigned head shape, new shaft, a lower centre of gravity and lower spin are additional benefits.
The XR Deep has a slightly deeper face than the regular model, while the XR Pro has a slightly lower and more forward CG and a tour-preferred head shape.
The XR hybrid, meanwhile – which is again available in a regular and Pro version – comes with the promise of high MOI and the brand’s lowest ever CG on a utility club.
Callaway XR irons build on the 360 cup technology that first made its appearance in the Big Bertha irons after being used in Callaway fairway woods.
This improved cup 360 provides a trampoline-like effect, increasing ball speeds from shots hit all over the face, particularly those low down on the club.
Check out images of the Callaway XR range, below….
Callaway XR driver:
Callaway XR fairway:
Callaway XR hybrid:
Callaway XR irons:
Callaway XR pro irons:
The Callaway XR range goes on sale in February 2015.