Summary: Changed from using Mizuno MP-64 irons made the wrong choice as I was getting better at golf: nothing wrong with Mizuno, now to put the meat on the bone very good set of irons even though they are old clubs and I agree with others get fitted pay the piper its worth it, these clubs are bringing my...
Summary: Bought my set at Dick's Sporting Goods with the Project X shafts (6.0) during a trade in special. My previous set was a 2002 Big Bertha which I hit ok, but these new irons are giving me an additional 15 yard per club. It could be due to the swing weight D2 v. D0, but the ball seems to jump.
Summary: I am very pleased with my x 20 tour irons. Since switching over to the irons, I have noticed more consistency with my iron game. The greens at the course I play tend to be hard and tough to hold, but I can easily get a high ball flight and hold the greens.
Summary: I needed to step up from my large cavity backs because i felt like i wanted to work the ball more. Im the kind of golfer who will learn to hit whatever club i buy regardless of how i hit it while at the store. I knew i would temporarily struggle with my new irons because of the difference in style.
Summary: I just ordered a complete set, consisting of Nike SQ 5900, 9.5 stiff, with matching 3 & 7 wood, X 20 tour irons 3-pw s flex, Taylor made rac Z wedge 56 deg. and an odyssey Sabre tooth putter. I use to play the wilson PI5 and before that the wilson Deep Red.
Summary: Bought the Callaway X-20 Tours after an exaustive search for a replacement for my beloved 1984 Ping Eye-2s. I wanted something with much less offset (primarily to be able to work the ball right), a conventional look, cambered sole but still offering some forgivness compared to forged blades.
Summary: This is a great set. Alot of reviews on here say that the short irons dont have that much feel. The pitching wedge is the only club that doesnt have that much feel from up close but thats why I have a couple wedges in my bag.