Callaway HX Hot Plus
Released July, 2008
The Pros:Hits very far, as good as much higher priced balls. Flight is accurate hit after hit, goes right where you send it. Quality of the balls is dependable and consistent from one to the next, always know what to expect.
The Cons:Wears fairly quickly, end up with chips and cracks. Loses a lot of distance in colder weather.
The Callaway HX Hot Plus is a 3-piece golf ball designed to push the boundaries of ball speed allowed under the rules of golf. At its center, the HX Hot Plus golf ball boasts a high-speed core with a proprietary rubber formulation with a higher resiliency to increase ball velocity across a wide range of swing speeds.
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Right past the core is .070” Dupont HPF boundary layer that increases ball speed for longer distance with more penetrating trajectories. Surrounding the Callaway HX Hot Plus’s boundary is a durable Ionomer cover that generates long drives and even longer playability. Lastly, the cover features an aerodynamically-designed HEX with 332 dimples that eliminate seam, enhance shot-to-shot consistency, and reduces drag for long, efficient ball flights with high stability. Callaway HX Hot Plus golf balls retail for $27.99 per dozen, and come with a 2 year limited warranty that covers defects in materials or workmanship.
- Construction: 3-Piece
- Ball Size: 1.680
- Ball Target Weight: 45.6
- Core Material: Polybutadiene
- Core Diameter: 1.450
- Boundary Layer Material: Dupont HPF
- Boundary Layer Thickness: 0.070
- Cover Material: Ionomer
- Cover Material Thickness: 0.045
- Cover Material Hardness: 59D
- Surface Area Coverage: 100
- Aerodynamic Pattern: HEX
- Geometries: 332
User Reviews (1)
hits very far, as good as much higher priced balls
flight is accurate hit after hit, goes right where you send it
quality of the balls is dependable and consistent from one to the next, always know what to expect
has a satisfying, solid ping on contact
great feel off the putter face, nice touch that gives you a sense of control
wears fairly quickly, end up with chips and cracks
loses a lot of distance in colder weather
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