Introducing the Power Play Caiman X2 Fairway Woods

This is one of my favorite times of the year.  For starters we get an extra hour of daylight to play golf, but also you finally get a chance to put your hands on the final products we have been working on the past year.  That is why I am proud to introduce to you one of the newest additions to our extensive product line –  the all new and improved Power Play Caiman X2 fairways.


While the original version served our customers extremely well for the past three year by providing outstanding accuracy and a solid feel, the newest version will make your toes curl. The X2 or second generation is actually a totally new model and not just the same clubhead with new cosmetics. We kept many of the principles that made it popular like the variable face structure for the incredible sound and feel at impact and the reduced crown thickness for improved weight distribution.  And if you just glance at the pictures the shape is similar, but we refined it to give a more grown up look.

The Caiman X2 fairways have a slightly shallower profile and are broader from front-to-back than previously to lower the center of gravity and make it even more forgiving.  Since there is more weight lower, this allowed us to strengthen the loft and still get the ball off the fairway with ease.  But this time around, with a little more distance.

Plus there is something about the black PVD finish that makes a statement.  This time we added this finish to match the Caiman X2 driver and the special Caiman X2 Raw Power 3 wood we will blog about a little later.

For those of you that haven’t had the Caiman experience before and wonder what all the fuss about a new and improved version, it’s time you did.  Match them with your favorite shaft and grip (or perhaps some of the new orange grips to match the color scheme) so you can look and play your best this golf season.

Power Play Caiman X2 Fairway Wood – Custom Assembled $54.95 each
Power Play Caiman X2 Fairway Wood – Component Clubhead $24.95 each


  1. Would you please explain PVD finish. I would like you to possibly explain it to me in a way that I can relate to my customers. Thanks Bob—-B10126

  2. Jeff Summitt says:


    PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition)is a coating that comes in wide array of colors that are corrosive resistant and very durable. Under a high temperature vaccuum, different metals are electrically charged and that metal vapors ionize and bonds on the metal’s surface to form a thin layer.

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