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What Can Callaway RAZR X Irons Offer 
By huwoniu on Sep 27, 2012 09:16 AM
What Can Callaway RAZR X Irons Offer
Now you can say goodbye to the X Series and hello to new RAZR irons. I believe it will be very hot for the following days. That is callaway razr x irons.

The Callaway RAZR X Irons offer a more compact head shape with less offset and a thinner topline for the workability and sleek look preferred by better players. In addition to the benefits of RAZR Technology, the callaway razr x also deliver the incredible feel at impact that Callaway irons have become known for.

The Callaway RAZR Tour X irons feature RAZR technology which repositions the center of gravity to enhance playability and improve turf interaction, resulting in the forgiveness of a wide-sole iron without sacrificing the playability of a thin-sole iron. Its compact head shape and reduced offset with a thinner topline produces the aesthetics and the shot-shaping workability that better players prefer.

The all-stainless steel razr x irons have a 30-gram weight on the lower back of the cavity that shifts its center of gravity 23 percent lower and 18 percent deeper than in the X-22 Tour. The primary goal is to deliver the forgiveness and power of a wide-sole iron plus the versatility of a thin-sole iron.

To consistently hit it close and shoot lower scores, golfers have to be capable of making shots from all areas of the golf course. That's the reason why RAZR Technology is such a breakthrough. This technology will lead the 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 benefits of a thin sole iron.

"This is the only iron in our line that's forged," Williams says. "So it's got the feel of a forged iron [which many Tour pros prefer Wholesale Golf clubs, and it's got our new Competition grooves, which in this club we can forge into the faces. We can control the grooves much more effectively in a forging than in a casting."

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