Any advice on the new callaway x tour forged irons?


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I assume you are asking about the X-Forged irons, the ones that were released very recently? If so, you definitely want to hit them before you buy them. If you are more than about a 4-handicap you most likely shouldn't play them. They aren't forgiving at all, and mistakes will be punished. However, if you are a low handicapper, or otherwise are a mid-handicap but a VERY consistent ball-striker (as I am) they are great clubs. Plus, they are beautiful. I tried them out and they feel great, but not quite for me. If you are willing to shop around a little, you might want to look at the TaylorMade r7 TP set, Cleveland CG2's (my irons, and they are the best feeling set I have ever hit) Titleist 695cb's or 755's, Ping i5's or S58's, or the Cobra Carbon CB's (they recently won the Editor's Choice in the Golf Magazine ClubTest). Hope this was some help, and let us know what you ended up going with.

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