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: A few weeks ago I purchased a set of X20 Irons, 4 thru SW. Any ball I use carries a club longer than my old steel shafted irons. Love the feel. Even high compression balls feel soft. Little or no vibration can be felt thru the grip. It's hard to tell from the feel where the ball is headed. They set up beautifully.Builds confidence just looking at them.