Callaway RAZR X Irons Are Supposed To Be About Length
Callaway has been making some of the best-selling irons for years, and now you can say goodbye to the X Series and hello to three models of new RAZR irons. Yes, there's an X on the back of the club, but these irons are built on a different foundation than their predecessors.
Callaway engineers say a key to the success of the callaway razr x irons, which is designed to have the look and workability of a thin-sole iron and the playability of one with a wider sole, is the way they were able to shift the center of gravity (CG) lower than in any other of the club manufacturer’s stainless steel iron offerings.
The true prolonged plus midsection straightener inside razr x irons are supposed to be about length, as the particular short playing golf irons have been designed independently with a concentrate with handle together with precision.
In addition, a multi-material medallion on the back of each callaway razr x iron set is constructed of aluminum and thermoplastic polyurethane and intended to fine-tune sound, while it improves feel at impact.
“Our callaway razr irons line was hugely successful in its first year, and the new Blacks fit perfectly into the middle of that lineup,” says Luke Williams, senior director of global woods and irons for Callaway Golf.
Taking accuracy, distance and forgiveness to new highs, callaway razr x hl irons have a low center of gravity so golfers can launch shots higher, even on impacts low on the clubface, so golf balls fly consistently longer and land softer on the greens.
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