Two weeks ago at the Travelers Championship, Danny Lee got so fed up with his driver that he gave it to a fan
– in the middle of the final round! He finished that round without a driver, then switched to a brand-new Callaway XR driver for last week's Greenbrier Classic – and earned his first PGA Tour victory.
Lee isn't a big bomber – he tied for 54th in Driving Distance at the Greenbrier, averaging 286.9 yards per drive. But he did hit 43 of his 56 fairways in regulation – that's 76.79 percent, which tied him for 17th in the field for accuracy off the tee. His driving, combined with some timely putting – got him into the winner's circle.
The XR has an aerodynamic 460cc head that contains Callaway's new R•MOTO Face Technology, which removes weight from the clubface and creates more efficient energy transfer and ball speed across the entire face. The club also features Callaway's OptiFit adjustability, which allows golfers to choose from eight different loft and lie configurations.
Callaway's XR and XR Pro drivers made their debut at retail in February, with the XR model that Lee uses carrying a suggested retail price of $349 with a graphite shaft. It currently has an estimated trade-in value of $100.23 and an estimated resale value of $182.24, according to the PGA.com Value Guide and Trade-in Network
Are you looking to buy this driver? Do you have one and want to sell it? Either way, it's easy – you can find out all you need to know by clicking the links above. On the Value Guide, you can look up the trade-in value on virtually any golf club made in the past 10 years. And because it is the national standard for golf club values, you'll know you're getting the fair market value.
About the PGA.com Value Guide
The PGA.com Value Guide was created to fill a need in the used golf club market for credible, powerful value standards – and to make the buying, selling and trading of used golf clubs more efficient and fair for both retailers and consumers. With the PGA.com Value Guide, the trading, buying and selling of used golf clubs is easier and more used golf clubs are available at fair market prices, making the game more affordable to more people.