Summary: The Callaway X20 irons are straight and true. There is good launch even with the longer irons. Generally good feel for a cast head. The heads do their job with a weighted feel to keep the clubs on like. The steel uniflex shafts are useful for a variety of swing speeds but compared to Taylormade T90s the uniflex feel archaic. The shafts are too heavy for those of us looking for the game improvemnt help.
Summary: It is a Pitching Wedge, not the sandwedge you see in this photo. The one I bought had a graphite shaft, not steel. I bought this wedge because many of the newer wedges are "too strong" in that their loft angles are 45 degrees or less. That left too large a gap between the PW and GW (52 degrees). The X20 wedge has 46 degrees of loft. This club is exactly what Dave Pelz suggests a wedge should "feel" like. Head heavy. I find it to be very accurate for full shots.
Conclusion: Great club. You do get extra distance on these compared to other clubs, because the loft angles are lower per club compared to most other manufacturers. I have 2 thru PW and do enjoy them. When I do hit the 2 right, it is like a bullet. Easy to swing and I'm happy with them.
Summary: If you're looking to upgrade an old set of clubs and have a mid or higher handicap, the X-20s will help. I played with some X-14s and have already noticed a straighter ball flight, more forgiving sweet spot, and an improved visaul feel at setup. The only drawback so far is a little distance loss, but I'm adjusting to that, and maybe after a little bit of getting used to them, I'll find that 8-10 yards back.
Summary: I bought the new Callaway X-20 iron set golf club.They are better than my expectation (in spite of it was made in China: now there are very good things, from China). I've bought them to improve my play (I hope so!!).I think that the price I've paid, was right.Sorry, thats all, I am afraid for my poor english. Thanks.