What we say...
2013 Balls Test
JR: High flight, low spin with a 6-iron. Balls came off hot. Impressive carry, lost touch on finesse shots.
JT: Noticeable high launch, low spin. Around the greens the high flight stopped the ball rather than the spin.
KA: Got some good distance with my irons and wedge. Mid trajectory, lovely feel off the putter face.
The Callaway Hex Hot golf balls feature a tri-blend trionomer cover and re-engineered HEX aerodynamics to increase lift at low speeds.
Callaway’s foray into the ball market began in 1996, with their first ball launching in 2000 when the Rile 35 three-piece was unveiled. The first ball with Hex aerodynamic technology came two years later, and the Hex Hot is the latest in a long line of excellent innovations which have followed since.
The Big Bertha Blue and Red balls, which first appeared in 2003, will be fondly remembered by many, and the current Tour-ready Hex Black Tour balls are trusted by some of the world’s best players.
“The Hex Hot features a threepiece construction with a tri-blend ionomer cover that’s built for speed and designed to absolutely fly off the clubface. There-engineered Hex Aerodynamics increase lift at low speeds for additional distance, while maintaining its proven penetrating ball flight to hold its line in the wind.”
They are aimed at the player who wants more distance in all areas of his game, but doesn’t want to sacrifice feel. It’s worth noting that the balls are available in yellow, as well as the traditional white, which are increasing in popularity.
Contact: www.callawaygolf.com or 020 8391 0111