"After many years of playing golf, I finally decided to spend the money to get a set of irons that were designed for my abilities. I went to the local golf store and set up some time to do a swing evaluation.Ping G20 Irons The pro handed me the RAZR X iron and I couldn't believe the accuracy and feel (even when I knew I struck the ball off-center). I thought it was some kind of joke because it was the first iron I tried. I must have gone through a dozen other clubs / brands because I really thought I would like the Taylormade or Titleist better than Callaway. In the end, nothing compared to the RAZR X irons. They honestly are the best irons I have ever played and are very forgiving. The feel of the club head doesn't promote an aggressive swing which has given me a much more even tempo swing.TaylorMade R11s Driver I love the sound and immediately know when I have hit the club in the center. First couple rounds I had to adjust my iron selection because distance was up on each iron by 10-12 yards. Since then I have shaved about 4 strokes off my average. I would recommend you at least try them before you buy anything else."
All handicappers can enjoy these irons but the lower handicap will want the tour model. Although I am seeking to make it to the single digits, it is not these irons that are the issue. Now my flat stick is a whole other issue! Demo them and make your own decision but Callaway hit the mark pretty well this time around."
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