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Callaway Golf RAZR X Hybrid Iron Combo, Set of 8 (Right-Handed, Graphite Shaft, Regular, 3H, 4H, 5-PW) Review

August 9, 2011

Callaway Golf RAZR X Hybrid Iron Combo, Set of 8 (Right-Handed, Graphite Shaft, Regular, 3H, 4H, 5-PW)

  • RAZR Technology ? Shifts the center of gravity lower and deeper ? More shot-making from more places by providing the forgiveness of a wide sole iron while retaining the playability of a thin sole iron
  • VFT Power System ? Fully integrated clubface/undercut cavity system that enables our engineers to precisely position the CG and engineer the face of each individual iron to maximize ball speed
  • Customized Set Options ? Golfers who struggle hitting long irons can increase distance and forgiveness by substituting RAZR X Hybrids into their set where their confidence and consistency start to drop off

Complete Legal Product Name(s): Callaway RAZR X Irons Product One-Liner: Tighter Shots. Shorter Putts. Lower Scores. Uncompromised Performance. “Most irons today are designed to maximize one specific performance benefit � Distance, Forgiveness or Feel � while sacrificing all other critical areas needed to hit more greens. To consistently hit it close and shoot lower scores, golfers need to be able to make shots from all areas of the golf course. That's why RAZR Technology is such a br

List Price: $ 1,000.00

Price: $ 799.00

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Game Improvement Callaway RAZR X Irons

The Callaway RAZR X Irons �is a game-improvement iron that has a huge hitting area. The club designers at Callaway have apparently heard the complaints and they have been doing everything in their power to build clubs that better players under the age of 40 would love. Simply put, when I address the ball, I want to look down at a sleek club that evokes confidence, not one that rattles me with thoughts that I’m about to hit Fred Flinstone’s sticks.

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For the record, I have never been a champion for Callaway products; I always found their irons to be visually unappealing and clunky. Replacing the X-22 and X-24 Hot �in Callaway’s line, each of the eight irons in the standard RAZR X set are made using a new variable face thickness technology, which makes the hitting area thinner as you move away from the center. This feature broadens the sweet spot and maintains ball speed on off-center hits.

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All in all, these are very nice irons–especially for Callaway fans. They have a lot of Callaway’s trademark manufacturing points as in techno-kitsch, good distance, good balance, above average forgiveness, and that new found sense of pride in their quality control. The center of gravity (CG) in the new RAZR X is 12% lower and 15% deeper than the X-22, so shots hit lower in the face should fly higher. And because the CG is so low, Callaway designers were able to strengthen the lofts of the RAZR X irons to give you more distance.

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There’s less offset in the RAZR X Tour irons when compared with the RAZR X, but once again, because the CG has been driven so low and deep, Callaway strengthened the lofts of the RAZR X Tours. The Callaway RAZR X Tour irons (pictured right) do just that because the company made sure to put the extra weight where the player couldn’t see it at address, giving even the most forgiving club a streamlined appearance. Luke Williams, Callaway’s director of product design, told Golf.com recently: “We added the extension to the back, so it’s not a part of the sole. It’s relieved from the sole so it won’t interfere with the way the club goes through the turf.”�

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I will say that they were extremely attractive to the eye and easy to hit. I might even prefer them over my Titleist forged irons. In all, both sets of Callaway irons impressed me in terms of playability and looks. With no rain or no sweaty hands present, the grip of a brand new club should not feel like an oil slick.

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And as for their drivers, I have recently found them to be inferior to TaylorMade, I personally like its R11 Driver �very much. And I told the Callaway team the very same thing. This visit, however, really changed that perspective.

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Question by jarp: I bought Callaway X-20 irons but it came a Sand wedge, which I don’t need. What should I do?
I bought the set from dicks sporting goods, I don’t know if they have a policy which they allow you to return the wedge or buy the set without it. It still is in the packaging. Or should I trade it in for another club?
I play with Titleist Vokey wedges, so thats why I dont need the callaway.

Best answer:

Answer by PLAYER
Trade it in for something you want or need.

Add your own answer in the comments!

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