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X2 Hot Irons the good and the bad

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Guys,

I am looking for anyone that has played or is playing the X2 Hot Irons. Both my son and I have been looking at them and taking every chance to try them in the store. I even have a set on order to replace my G25's but have been really thinking if I want to make this change. The irons will not go to waste if I don't keep them,  my son will play them we have the same set up in the way of grip and lye. So any review I could get or like I said the good or bad you have had with them would be appreciated.

thanks

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I don't play the XHot 2, but I play the XHot regular line, and I think they are very solid irons.  Forgiving, good feedback/feel, and a small amount of workability.  They are decenty long but also consistent.

For me, the original xhots are a rock-solid iron for any kind of player.

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Thanks johnclayton1982, they just seem like a lot of fun, my Pings are feeling like a lot of work latly.

I know my Pings are out of wake and need to be re-adjusted so that could be why I am looking to change.

I had just heard about hot spots meaning there is no distance control, hard to tell on the monitor but they where going a bit further then my Pings and yes I know they are stronger lofts but felt nice when hitting them.

I just hate changing clubs there is always that period it takes to break in new ones, but I ordered on a whim.

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