Review on Callaway X20 Golfing Irons

By Lyle@Nymble


The Callaway X20 iron comes in two different styles, the X20 and the X20 Tour, with the tour club marketed as more of a "player's iron." The game improvement X20 has more of an offset hosel designed to help players who slice and those who have slower swing speeds. Both clubs come with a variety of shaft and flex choices standard including Dynamic Gold steel, Project X Rifle and a wide variety of graphite shafts from lightweight to extra stiff.


Despite it's composition as a cast club, the X20 Tour offers everything a low-handicap player is looking for. The stability of Callaway's perimeter weighting system helps you hit very solid, straight shots, and the expanded sweet spot delivers the feedback you need to correct off-center hits. Callaway also has a unique custom fitting system available at its Performance Centers and many retailers around the country.


Because stability through the hitting area is the name of the game for the Callaway X20, it's more difficult to work the ball compared to a traditional forged blade. If hitting a straight ball can be called a sacrifice, this is the one you make with this club. Price is the only other point. Callaway is no discount club, but it delivers what you've paid for.

Bottom Line

An exceptional club that delivers for both low and middle to high handicappers. A set of X20 irons is an investment, but one that delivers the value it promises.

About The Author

Lyle Smith is an award-winning copywriter with a widely varied background. He has completed work for individuals, small businesses and fortune 1000 corporate clients all over the country. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Villanova University.


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