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|Almost anyone who plays golf knows that Callaway is one of the leading names in golf manufacturing. The irons that Callaway produce are very popular among a large number of players through-out the golfing world.
The clubs feature Callaway's RAZR technology, which without going into too much detail, is basically the irons being made with a lower, deeper centre of gravity. If you would like to know more information about the technology of the , and what specifications are available.
Graphite and steel shaft options are both available, with the irons we tested being equipped with the True Temper M10 Flighted RAZR X steel shafts in uniflex. When it got down to hitting the RAZR X irons, it was the forgiveness of the clubs in particular that was excellent, through out the whole set. The Callaway RAZR X irons are very easy to hit clubs, even the longer irons shouldn't be too intimidating.
The new discount golf clubs are the evolution of Fusion Technology. On the market since 2008, the Callaway FT-Irons are very well designed and very stylish looking golf clubs. The FT Irons are Callaway's 2008 line of technologically advanced golf clubs.
The we tested were equipped with the steel stock shafts for the clubs, which are the Nippon NS Pro 1100 shafts, in stiff flex. Golfers have their choice of graphite, steel, or Dynalite shafts. The end of the shaft is tip-plugged at the bottom of the hosel to reduce vibration upon impact.
When we first sat eyes on the clubs, it was noticeable that the heads on the are slightly smaller than a lot of other irons. When compared with most other clubs, these Callaway FT Irons are narrower at the top, longer in the blade, and weighted slightly more in the toe and heel, which produces a well designed, strong lofted club.
So if you're interested in finding out more about some of the latest irons from Callaway, and whether they may suit you and your golf game.