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Callaway RAZR X Irons patent-pending design 
By lily123 on Oct 16, 2012 07:39 AM
Most irons today are designed to maximize one specific performance benefit - distance, forgiveness or feel - while sacrificing all other critical areas needed to hit more greens. That's why RAZR X Irons Technology is such a breakthrough. This Technology leads 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 advantages of a thin-sole iron at http://www.newgolfstore.co.uk/.

Optimize your set by combining irons and hybrids to improve your ball flight and build consistency in your game. The larger K15 iron combines a lightweight titanium face with a stainless-steel body to increase both forgiveness and launch conditions. Two hybrid options (4 and 5) replace the harder-to-hit long irons, and rely on a patent-pending design that creates lower-spinning, higher-launching shots that fly straighter and longer. By utilizing a lightweight titanium face, Ping engineers made the K15 iron club face larger, and added 27 grams to the perimeter for a higher MOI. The RAZR X Tour Irons extra-wide sole features a low and deep center of gravity to promote high trajectories and low spin. High launch angles allowed iron lofts to be strengthened without compromising control. A large internal weight pad in the hybrids produces a high MOI for added forgiveness. The hybrid's offset hosel and face relationship increases launch and lowers spin. Ping K15 series clubs also include drivers and fairwaywoods the more just from golf clubs for sale.

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