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Design performance Callaway X - 24 iron review 
By yiyad123 on Aug 24, 2012 06:42 AM
The Callaway X-24 Hot irons employ the company's VFT Face Technology and 360-degree undercut channel, and weighting properties designed for an optimum center-of-gravity location within the clubhead. The design is intended to enlarge the effective hitting area on the clubface, improving distance and maintaining accuracy. These irons are extremely hot and sold at discount golf prices in many shops right now.
Callaway designers have introduced the new stealth PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) finish to the X-24 Hot to reduce glare and an impressive, darker look. The X24 Irons also feature Callaway's VFT Face Technology, a 360-degree undercut channel and a precise centre of gravity to create a large and performance driven hitting area for golfers of all abilities.
Developed for golfers who are looking for a distance gain through the entire set, the Callaway X-24 Hot irons also utilise Callaway's core technologies including S2H2, Precision Notch Weighting and Modified Tru-Bore. The Callaway X-24 Hot is a technologically advanced iron that has resulted in a longer and more accurate set than any of its predecessors. The X-24 Hot iron is available with either the Callaway X-24 Uniflex Steel or X-24 Graphite shafts.
According to Callaway Golf, the new irons feature technologies that make them the iron to get. The Callaway Diablo Forged feature a new face technology that they call VFT. This feature makes the clubface extremely responsive. The feel of the ball coming off of this face is something that you have to experience for yourself.
The http://www.golfbargainsale.com/discount-Ping-K15-Irons-sale-1143.html are very easy to hit, providing a confidence-inspiring look of forgiveness at address. Anyone who generates medium-to-fast clubhead speed may struggle to control the trajectory of their shots. Finding the right shaft for your swing speed is essential.

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