Summary: I found gotti40 after his rant on how good he is and he is a hack. Of course we all know it anyway. He wouldn't even play a $2 nassau and I had to use someone's borrowed sticks. I like the borrowed X-22 tours. They were a touch flat and I go about 63 in the 5 iron at 38" but struck them well.
Summary: Let me first say, Gotti40 considers his irons like a paint brush and the course is his canvas. Gotti40 paints one masterpiece after the next. Just when you think Gotti40 can’t shoot any lower, BAM, there goes another course record.
Summary: I have a 4 handicap. I had been playing Mizuno MP-57s with Project X shafts. When I first got the X-22 Tours (with Flighted Project X), I took them to the range along with the Mizunos and alternated shots through the bag. If anything, and to my surprise, the Callaways felt softer and more solid.
Summary: Got these irons about 3 months ago and love them. I used to love playing blades but soon realised I was loosing out. Distance is not as good as some but feel and accuracy are great. Pretty good forgiveness for a better players club but you can still tell when you've miss hit it.
Summary: I do agree that the X-22 Tours feel a bit heavy and that the DG shaft is a better shaft but famousdavis is just over the top. I love it. Back to the review. I was disappointed in the lenght of these irons especially in the PW, 9 and 8 irons.
Summary: I just got a set of e22 tours, The FAmousdavis guy is a dork and probably is closer to a 20 handicap. I have aset of eye2's and use them occassionaly. They are good. But the new technology is better. I have just replaced Mp57's with the X22's. The x22 tour is a solid club.
Summary: It's fitting that I'm the first reviewer because there is really no need to read any other reviews. I'm sure I'm the best ballstriker on this board. I work the ball better than anyone I know. I took these out to the grass range (yes a grass range at my country club) and then played 18.
Summary: I would recommend these clubs for a 8 to 12 handicapper only because while they have a lot of technology to improve moment of inertia (MOI) to make up for those of us that do not hit the ball square all the time. They still give you a lot of feel to work the ball.
Pros: This set of irons is really one of the best sets of Calloway that I have hit yet. When testing them the pro was really up on the new technology that make these irons perform. Things like Precision Notch Weighting, Modified True Bore head design, and VFT technology. All I have to say is the long i...
Cons: If you're going to try these clubs do not waste time with the stock graphite shafted set. I tried them and did not like them at all. I felt the 899.99 MSRP was a bit high but they may be able to be purchased for less if you look around. The one thing I thought was strange since Phil Nicholson is ...
Summary: great irons, but similar to the older X Tours. To save a significant amount, one could look to find a good conditioned set of X Tours and still get very similar quality irons. but if you're looking for the latest and greatest, these should be considered.
Pros: I do like the look of Callaway clubs. yeah, they're a little thicker than the Mizuno players irons, but they do give you some confidence when you setup to the ball. These are supposed to be more like the older X Tour irons, which I play, and they do feel very similar. A solid hit is very soft off...
Cons: About the only thing was price. With many manufacturers coming out with $500 sets of good irons, $800 is a little pricey. Otherwise, nice clubs