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Callaway Golf XR Steel Iron Set

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Manufacturer Description

The Callaway XR Iron is an iron built for speed. Callaway took the Cup 360 that redefined ball speed in fairway woods and brought it to irons. The improved Cup 360 acts like a spring on shots hit low on the face and increases ball speeds everywhere else on the face, too.

The distance is incredible, and that's just the start. When you factor in the lower center of gravity (CG), all that forgiveness, and the face flex of the Internal Standing Wave, along with the precise two-piece, dual-heat construction, you can see why Callaway wanted to get these irons in golfers' hands right now. They're looking forward to redefining the iron category, again.

  • Improved face cup technology even acts like a spring on shots hit low on the face in order to increase ball speeds
  • Internal Standing Wave refined the ability to lower the CG and to increase the MOI, giving the face cup the freedom to flex
  • Its two-piece construction includes dual-heat treatment

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User Ratings & Reviews (1 Reviews)

Callaway XR's
8/15/2016
Flew the first 3 greens until I figured out the XR's go at least 1 club further than my Mizuno's. Ball takes off the club like a flyer, yet spins well and good bite on the greens. They look a little clumsy and thicker than what I'm used to but very happy with the playability. Played fine from rough, which was my concern looking at them. They do scratch up some and will probably look pretty beat up with more use. I was looking for more an easier iron to hit than what I've had in the past, I don't know how it gets any better.
Bill (Corona, AZ)
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