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X-Forged Irons (2009)

Irons designed to provide an elite level of performance for highly skilled golfers. Forged from soft carbon steel the clubhead has been redesigned with more bounce and camber and a tighter sole radius.

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    Irons designed to provide an elite level of performance for highly skilled golfers.
    After receiving feedback straight from Tour players, Callaway Golf designers decided to refine the X-Forged Irons. The end result is precision clubs that let elite players dissect the course. Forged from soft carbon steel, the clubhead has been redesigned with more bounce and camber and a tighter sole radius. The thin topline, narrow sole and short blade length allow for excellent workability. The Flighted CG Design of these Callaway X-Forged Irons produces strong trajectories and premium distance control while the new Progressive Dual Notch Weighting allows weight to be precisely positioned for optimized performance throughout the set.

    • Forged 1020 Carbon Steel Construction: Provides unmatched feel and performance, giving elite-level golfers incredibly soft, responsive feedback at impact.
    • Tour-Inspired Head Styling: Additional bounce improves turf interaction and more camber provides greater versatility. The sole radius was tightened to add to the versatility under various playing conditions. The thin topline, narrow sole and shorter blade length combine to generate maximum workability and the White Chrome finish mutes glare.
    • Flighted CG Design: Provides the optimal trajectories, ball flight, and distance control that Tour players demand with seamless performance progression through the entire set.
    • Progressive Dual Notch Weighting: Placing weight on the top and bottom of the cavity allows for the Flighted CG Design. By progressively adjusting the notch weighting through the set, it strategically adds more weight to shorter irons and removes weight from longer irons to produce strong, penetrating trajectories.
    X-Forged Irons (2009) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 83.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not just for elite golfers I have a high handicap, shoot 90 on a good day, and have had two sets of Big Bertha's. Up until now, I didn't practice at all. But with a new commitment to improving my game, I decided to buy these "player's" irons. I chose them because of the good reviews on here and WRX, because they were forged, and somewhat forgiving mild cavity back. I chose the L version and rifle shafts. They arrived unscathed, and were in very good condition. My biggest concern was that they would be very used. I'm pleased. Well, I can tell you, after using game improvement irons, no amount of forgiving club is going to correct a fundamentally flawed grip or swing. So after working on my grip, and practicing my swing at home, I was excited to take these out. Normally on a small bucket of balls, I would shank half to 3/4. But with my new grip and swing, I hit about 80% of these solidly and wasn't stabbing in the dark or swinging wildly. I'm really excited now about improving. I could really feel the ball compress on the forged clubs, and they are just what I was expecting. I can tell that as I improve, I will be able to work the ball with these, rather than just getting huge loft from a game improvement club. When I connected, the distance was there, but I found myself hitting a little short. I'm sure this had more to do with putting the ball forward in my stance than the clubs, and getting more loft. But I would not shy away from these clubs if you are a beginner, just READ and learn about grip and stance before you go out, or waste 5 years like I did shanking balls. Good luck with your x-forged. The price is right on these too, with a 25% coupon, I paid in the mid-$200's and am very pleased.
    Date published: 2014-09-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweetest set of irons I've swung! I had to lay off the game for a year due to a broken leg. When I came back to golf, my forged blades were too difficult to get right back on the horse and hit. These forged irons, with a slight cavity back were exactly what I needed. I still have the work-ability and feel I desire when my game is on, and when I have the occasional mishit, I find my next shot being near the green, rather than 40 yards short, as I often found myself with a mishit true blade. I hit these a little higher than I'd prefer, but that's fixable with the right shaft.
    Date published: 2012-05-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic players' irons! These clubs are the ultimate for the person looking for a players club but not a muscle back blade iron. Getting back into golf, I just can't hit the sweetspot on my older blades all the time any more... but I absolutely hate the big hammer style game improvement irons. I like small clubs I can work through the rough and other lies cleanly. I like to be able to work the ball a little. These things are awesome... they're a better players' club with patented Callaway forgiveness. The heads are small and they are NOT as forgiving as game improvement clubs but if you strike the ball reasonably well and like classic looking iron heads instead of gigantor, 160-yard with my eyes closed pitching wedge game improvement clubs that should come with their own built in range finders, then may you rest assured that you are buying the absolute finest irons crafted by human hands. I've always loved Dynamic Gold shafts but my set has the Flighted Rifle Project X shafts and they are dynamite! I love the flighted trajectory... these might be my new favorites.
    Date published: 2012-03-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love them was playing with Mizuno's MP32s. These are longer and more forgiving and still let me work the ball.
    Date published: 2012-03-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from just pure produce a nice flight i played mizuno mp-33 blades then went to a cavity back and these have the same flight ( a lot lower than the cavity back) ifbut the feel is sensational
    Date published: 2012-03-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid feel and performance I love the feel of these forged clubs. The ball flight is truer and my distance is more consistant.
    Date published: 2012-02-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best of the Best These irons are the best. I'm a 60 year old golfer, and I bought these clubs in 2010 on a whim. Always wanted to play forged again after decades of cast iron playing. Had been playing X-12's for a while, very good clubs also. No fitter or pro would have advised me to buy forged, especially with 6.0 stiff shafts. But I hit the forged as far as the x-12's. I also hit the ball straighter. And the feel is heavenly, a good shot feels like a good shot. In 2011, I had more sub 80 rounds than any year before. I can't speak for all old guys, but for me, forged was the way to go. If I could putt, I'd be a single digit man. The only con I can come up with is I'm using iron covers to prevent nicks as much as possible. After a year of use, the irons still look like new.
    Date published: 2012-02-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Game Changer My new irons took me about 2 buckets of balls to get use to but after that, i found that I'm at least one club longer than my old irons, which were Callaway X18 pro's with the s300 shafts. Now I expect that I'll be shooting consistant scores in the low 70's very soon.
    Date published: 2012-01-26
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