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Callaway Golf X-22 Irons, Set of 8 (3-PW)


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True Temper High Launch Uniflex Steel
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  • Precision notch weighting raises the MOI while maintaining the optimal CG position
  • Tour-inspired head shape includes a thinner top line and narrower sole
  • Modified tru-bore dampens vibration for enhanced feel and performance
  • Core technologies include VFT, S2H2 and 360-degree undercut channel
  • Gold medal winner in "game improvement" category from golf digest; 2-year warranty
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Callaway Golf has had the same goal in mind when it comes to X Series irons- set the performance standard for the industry. The new X-22 Irons don't disappoint and are the best X Series irons Callaway Golf has ever created. By maximizing perimeter weighting , these irons boast an MOI that's 10 percent higher than their predecessors. The ideal CG position has been preserved, generating optimal ball-flight trajectories. The Modified Tru-Bore design has been incorporated, dampening vibration for enhanced feel and the tour-inspired head shape has a slightly thinner topline and a sole with a large sweet spot for improved aesthetics and forgiveness that will boost any golfer's confidence.

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The goal of Callaway's X-Series irons has always been lofty: to set the performance standard for the industry. Now Callaway does it again with the X-22 irons, the best X-Series irons the company has ever made. Callaway's X-22 irons are dialed in for maximum performance, with such features as Precision Notch Weighting, VFT Technology, a Modified Tru-Bore design, and a tour-inspired head shape. It's no wonder that the X-22 irons won a gold medal in the "game improvement irons" category from Golf Digest's 2009 Hot List. As one tester said of the X-22s: "I could hit these blindfolded. Sign me up right now." Currently sitting in tour player Rocco Mediate's bag, the X-22s received five stars in three of the four Hot List categories. The X-22s are the heirs of the unbelievably successful X-20 irons, which were used by Mediate as well as Senior U.S. Open Champion Eduardo Romero and LPGA winner Leta Lindley.



Callaway's X-22 irons are dialed in for maximum performance and serious forgiveness.
Callaway Golf Technologies
The X-22 irons are outfitted with several core technologies, including both relatively new innovations and technologies that have stood the test of time. Callaway maximized the perimeter weighting of the X-22s to create a moment of inertia (MOI) that's 10 percent higher than earlier versions, giving you more leeway on off-center strikes. This boosts the club's overall forgiveness and stability, while still maintaining the center-of-gravity position that produces an ideal trajectory and feel. The X-22s Variable Face Thickness (VFT) technology, meanwhile, maximizes ball speed and perimeter weighting to create even more distance and forgiveness. And a crucial improvement comes in the form of the S2H2 design, a patented technology that shortens the length of the hosel, allowing the weight to be moved lower and to the more useful perimeter area of the clubhead. Add in a 360-Degree Undercut Channel--which maximizes perimeter weighting by moving the center of gravity even lower and farther back--and you have a club that hits the ball far and straight even on rough swings.

The X-22 irons are also aesthetically pleasing, with a PGA Tour-inspired head shape that incorporates a thin top line and a narrow sole. As a result, the clubs look and feel great in your hand while still offering a large sweet spot--a must for casual players. Finally, the X-22s boast an advanced version of Callaway's original Tru-Bore design, which features a polycarbonate tip plug at the end of the shaft to dampen vibration and enhance feel and performance.



The X-22 irons include a Tour-inspired head shape and precise perimeter weighting for added leeway on off-center hits.


About This 8-Club X-22 Iron Set
This particular set of Callaway X-22 irons includes eight total clubs: a 3-iron, 4-iron, 5-iron, 6-iron, 7-iron, 8-iron, and 9-iron, along with a pitching wedge. Callaway also sells X-22 sand, approach, and lob wedges.


X-22 Iron Specifications (8-Club Set)
Club Loft Lie Bounce angle Available in Length Swing weight
3-iron 21 degrees 60.5 degrees 1.0 RH and LH 39 inches D0
4-iron 24 degrees 61.0 degrees 1.5 RH and LH 38.5 inches D0
5-iron 27 degrees 61.5 degrees 2.0 RH and LH 38 inches D0
6-iron 30 degrees 62.0 degrees 2.5 RH and LH 37.5 inches D0
7-iron 33 degrees 62.5 degrees 3.0 RH and LH 37 inches D0
8-iron 37 degrees 63.0 degrees 4.0 RH and LH 36.5 inches D0
9-iron 41 degrees 64.0 degrees 5.0 RH and LH 36 inches D0
PW 45 degrees 65.0 degrees 7.0 RH and LH 35.5 inches D1


About Callaway Golf
Just like you, Callaway Golf is always looking to raise its game. The company's drivers are designed and built to help you improve distance and accuracy and optimize shot shape to suit your game. With irons, Callaway's performance goals center on feel and consistency, along with getting the ball airborne from any lie, in any conditions. Based in Carlsbad, California, Callaway offers a wide range of products, each with advanced technology and a variety of options suited to every type of player. From clubs to golf balls and accessories, Callaway performs countless tests to ensure that each product it offers is an improvement on those that preceded it. Ely Callaway believed in helping golfers of all skill levels find more enjoyment and success in the game, and Callaway carries on that tradition with a passion for the game and a mission of helping you and every golfer enjoy the sensation of striking the ball perfectly.


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  • ASIN: B001ULC4PM
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,274,374 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Andy R on April 20, 2009
Ok, so I'll admit that I'm coming off a set of 20 yr old irons. So an upgrade to most any modern set would be a huge improvement. Im 25 yrs old, play 15-20 times a season, and shoot in the low 90s.

I hit these X22s at a local golf show along with the newest PING, Taylormade, and Nike irons. Of course it's all personal preference, but these irons were hands down the winner for me. I also read about the X18s, which can be found new for a very reasonable price. Several updates made by Callaway were enough for me to buy the newest irons for this season.

I've since had the irons out on the course. They hit long and straight. Very forgiving, that's for sure. Excellent feel, weight, and play. Extremely happy with these irons given the price tag.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BoomerPro on December 15, 2010
Upgraded to these irons, after shopping around. It was down to the Ping i's or these. and I decided these. There was just something about the way the ball left the club head. I have no regrets. I am a 3 hdcp and have now broken par at my home club this past summer. I use the Callaway tour ix balls and my shots are straighter and longer. In fact I am pretty much a half a club longer than I used to be. Able to get spin on the greens, and the clubhead is also forgiving. I went with steel shafts as that is my comfort zone (although the driver/3 wood are graphite) getting used to graphite irons would take a while. I was able to hit these almost immediately with confidence from anywhere on the course. There are also the X-22 tour which are a step up, but I doubt the average club golfer would notice that much of a difference for an increase in price.

By far the best irons I have hit in a long time. Can't wait for the snow to melt already!
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