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Callaway Golf Diablo Edge Irons, Set of 7 (Right Hand, 4P, Graphite, Regular)

August 20, 2011

Callaway Golf Diablo Edge Irons, Set of 7 (Right Hand, 4P, Graphite, Regular)

  • Maximized Distance A lower, deeper CG is designed to make the sweet spot more accessible at lower impact locations. This generates longer, more consistent distance and improves accuracy for more greens in regulation.
  • Set Options There?s more distance through the entire bag by opting for matched hybrids in the set where women begin to struggle with their irons.
  • Smooth Turf Interaction The Solid Impact Sole is designed to mitigate the effects of heavy and thin shots and improve the impact location on the face for greater distance.
  • Enhanced Feel and Performance Callaway Golf core technologies like VFT, S2H2, a 360-Degree Undercut Channel and Modified Tru-Bore work together to maximize distance, feel and playability.

These irons are the longest stainless steel irons we have ever created and provide increased distance without compromising feel or performance. The lower, deeper CG makes the sweet spot more accessible and is in-line with where amateurs most commonly strike the ball on the clubface, generating longer consistent distance and improved accuracy.

List Price: $ 880.65

Price: $ 651.12

Solid Feel- TaylorMade TP Forged irons

With gorgeous asthetics and a really solid feel the TaylorMade TP Forged irons are going to win an army of fans this year and we’re the first to give them to the experts to see how the new TaylorMade TP Forged irons fare.



The TaylorMade TP Forged irons Japan model is very solid in accuracy and I attribute much of that to its forgiveness to size ratio. Distance with a forged players iron usually depends on the shaft and build, I dont notice to much of a difference in the category of players cavity backs when it comes to distance but I sure do notice a lot in the realm of workability. The TM TP is somewhat blade like in this regard I was able to work it easily right to left and left to right, had some moments under a tree on a dog leg where the low hook to get back into the short stuff worked out really well.



It looks better than the last 2 TaylorMade TP Forged irons but still nothing spectacular in my opinion. The back cavity really doesn’t do it for me and I would count it as a point deduction in the Aesthetics department but where this iron was saved is in it profile from top looking down, face shape and size as well as it’s sole design. In my opinion everything looks almost perfect with this iron except the back face. To each is own and I know a lot of guys out there that would simply kill for an iron like this.


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Question by BT: GOLF: New Callaway irons, good or bad for a single digit?
I recently purchased a set of the Callaway X-16′s. For the past 10 yrs I have been playing with the King Cobra 2′s and decided it was time for a switch. I like how the Callaway irons set up behind the ball at address compared to my Cobras. I never had toal confidence with my 3 or 4 iron until now.

However…I am a single digit handicapper. I am currently an 8 and have been as low as a 5 when I was younger. I live north so my rounds are limited from April-Oct and only usually play 30-40 rounds a year. Start of the season I can be seen shooting 80-85, while my mid season form is more like 77-82. My concern is that I will not be able to shape the ball as much with these oversized irons. I considered the pro-series but felt that I never had confidence with any forged or blades so why try a thinner option in the pro-series?

so my question is…Is it all that much of a difference? Is there anything to be concerned with using oversized irons while being a low handicap?…or is it all about your own preference?

Best answer:

Answer by Golf ‘n Pix
I think you’ll be able to work them just fine, it’ll just take some getting used to. What i would worry about more than anything is your distance to the pin. the reason that most pros play blades is because of the dispersion pattern. When you hit it pure and on the sweet spot, there’s only a 2-3 yard radius that the ball will travel into. As you get up into the more forgiving iron sets, the dispersion pattern becomes larger. That being said, i don’t know if you’ve made a good switch – only time will tell. You know your shots and you know when you hit it good, so keep an eye out.

The Cobra II was a great iron. It was forgiving and workable and felt really really good. IMO it’s one of the best irons cobra ever made for the all around player, 2nd only to their Carbon CB iron from a couple years ago. I played the Cobra II for a number of years myself and loved them because they were extremely accurate even on off-center hits. When i moved to the Carbon CB i didn’t notice much difference in feel and forgiveness, though my shots were knocking down pins more often because it was made to be a less forgiving club than the 2. I haven’t played the Callaway X16 at all, but from the review it seems like it’s a nice players club. I would keep an eye on how you’re hitting them in regards to accuracy and not just workability. If you hit the ball just the way you want and it still ends up offline, you may want to rethink your decision to switch (hopefully you didn’t sell the 2′s).

If you want to get better, i would suggest working yourself into a forged iron of any sort, or even go for a blade. nike makes a good set that has Cavity back for the long irons and works to a blade for the shorter irons progresssively. that’s the ideal type of set. Put one together to suit you. Right now i’m playing the titleist AP2 710 series. they’re ideal for me all around.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Irons Test – Callaway RAZR X forged
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