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Callaway X-20 Iron

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Callaway X-20 Iron

The Callaway X-20 Iron is designed with the Progressive Wall Reduction System by the Callaway Golf engineers to lower down on the centre of gravity (CG) up to 6 percent more than the previous X series Irons. Progressive Wall Reduction means the CG gets progressively lower throughout the set. The CG is lowest in the long irons, helping you get the ball airborne more easily. With its traditional styling and Callaway Golf core technology, the X-20 Irons provide the performance and …

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Callaway X-20 Iron

The Callaway X-20 Iron is designed with the Progressive Wall Reduction System by the Callaway Golf engineers to lower down on the centre of gravity (CG) up to 6 percent more than the previous X series Irons. Progressive Wall Reduction means the CG gets progressively lower throughout the set. The CG is lowest in the long irons, helping you get the ball airborne more easily. With its traditional styling and Callaway Golf core technology, the X-20 Irons provide the performance and forgiveness to play the game with enhanced confidence. It also incorporates with the proven and patented Callaway Golf technologies that include VFT Technology, S2H2 and Tru-Bore.

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The Callaway X-20 Iron comes with a slightly longer heel to toe, a slightly wider sole, and a slightly thicker top line, plus it delivers in every way by delivering Callaway’s technology, innovation and playability that will take player’s game to a new level. Callaway’s technology such as the VFT Technology 360-Degree Undercut Channel maximizes ball speed and perimeter weighting by moving the CG lower and farther back in the clubhead, enlarging the hitting area and stabilizing the clubhead for more forgiveness, while the S2H2 technology increases discretionary weight by removing it from the hosel (Short, Straight, Hollow Hosel) and repositioning it in the perimeter of the clubhead. The hollowed-out or Tru-Bore Technology is part of the S2H2 design, and allows the shaft tip to extend through the clubhead to the sole, which improves feel and control. The X-20 is also equipped with the Progressive Wall Reduction System where the Callaway Golf engineers manage to lower the centre of gravity to 6 percent more than in the other X series Irons for improved feel and playability. Extreme Notch Weighting redistributes weight to the extreme perimeter of the iron to create a high Moment of Inertia (MOI) for greater forgiveness and more stability. The heel design helps in reducing turf drag through the rough while the longer hosel helps strategically position the CG for optimum trajectory control. The Callaway X-20 Iron comes in various degree of lofts such as #2 with 18º loft, 60° Lie, 39.5 inch length (for right handed / left handed player), #3 with 21º loft, 60.5° Lie, 39 inch length (for right handed / left handed player), #4 with 24º loft, 61° Lie, 38.5 inch length (for right handed / left handed player), #5 with 27º loft, 61.5° Lie, 38 inch length (for right handed / left handed player), #6 with 30º loft, 62° Lie, 37.5 inch length (for right handed / left handed player), #7 with 33° loft, 62.5° Lie, 37 inch length (for right handed / left handed player), #8 with 37° loft, 63° Lie, 36.5 inch length (for right handed / left handed player), plus #9 with 41° loft, 64° Lie and 36 inch length. Loft usually is measured in degrees, of the angle at which the face of the club lies relative to a perfectly vertical face. Technically, iron loft and wood loft are measured slightly different, but the effective result is the same. Loft gives you an idea of how far and how high the ball will go.

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