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Why Callaway RAZR X Irons Are Popular? 
By delia on Sep 20, 2012 07:25 AM
The RAZR X is a game-improvement iron that has a huge hitting area. The new Callaway RAZR X Irons is Callaway's new flagship. Why are they so popular?

RAZR X irons feature a lower, deeper center of gravity and a consistently hot face for distance and accuracy. The uniflex steel shafts are True Temper Lights with a slightly softer tip for more of that easy launch. The graphite shafts feature a Low Kick Point in Lite Flex, a mid-low kick point in Regular Flex, and a Mid Kick Point in Stiff Flex.

The technology leads the related industry into the next generation of iron design by delivering the distance and forgiveness of a wide-sole iron while retaining the playability and turf interaction advantages of a thin-sole iron. In irons, VFT offers better trajectory heights.

The refined VFT Face and High-Definition Undercut cavity are tailored to each individual iron of the Callaway Razr Tour Irons. The Shafts on these are at least adequate for the task. The Graphite Models are your typical Callaway OEM Shaft, though the new sense of quality control is evident in their newly re-acquired consistency.

What's more, this type adjusts the lattest and most advanced technology, the VFT Technology, Variable Face Thickness Technology allows designers to adjust the thickness of the materials in Callaway Golf woods and irons for improved performance.

The result is much more consistent ball speeds across the face for more distance and accuracy, even on miss-hits. Callaway X-24 Hot Irons is a very, very good set of irons that can not only be enjoyed by a better player, but also I feel that they could be equally enjoyed by an improving player looking for a more traditional looking iron.

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