Callaway's Razr X Tour irons are designed for low-to-mid-handicap players looking for a next-generation combination of playability and workability.
Callaway shifted the center of gravity 23 percent lower and 18 percent deeper in its Razr X Tour irons.
While other irons chase one specific performance attribute, the clubs' Razr technology provides the optimal balance of distance, accuracy, and feel in a single integrated design. In addition, Razr X Tour irons offer PGA Tour-inspired styling, with less offset and a thinner topline for a sleeker look at address. This produces the workability and control sought by better players.
The clubs' Variable Face Thickness (VFT) technology is tailored to each individual iron.
The secret to Razr technology is its innovative weight distribution. Callaway shifted the center of gravity 23 percent lower and 18 percent deeper while preserving the turf interaction advantages and workability of a thin-sole iron. The company then tailored a refined VFT face and high-definition undercut cavity to each individual iron. The result is more consistent ball speeds across the club face, increasing distance and accuracy even on mis-hits. In head-to-head tests, Razr X Tour irons were 26 percent more accurate than their predecessors--the equivalent of hitting the ball 4 feet closer to the hole. Tighter shots. Shorter putts. Lower scores. The Razr X Tour irons deliver uncompromised performance with every swing.
Callaway's Razr X Tour irons were a 2011 Gold Medal winner on Golf Digest's Hot List. The iron sets come in several configurations, including 3-PW, 4-PW, 4-AW, and 6-AW.
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|Razr X Tour Iron Specifications |
|Club ||Loft ||Lie ||Bounce ||Available in ||Length ||Swing weight |
|3-iron ||20 degrees ||60 degrees ||2.0 ||RH and LH ||39 inches ||D2 |
|4-iron ||23 degrees ||60.5 degrees ||3.0 ||RH and LH ||38.5 inches ||D2 |
|5-iron ||26 degrees ||61 degrees ||3.5 ||RH and LH ||38 inches ||D2 |
|6-iron ||29 degrees ||61.5 degrees ||4.0 ||RH and LH ||37.5 inches ||D2 |
|7-iron ||33 degrees ||62 degrees ||5.0 ||RH and LH ||37 inches ||D2 |
|8-iron ||37 degrees ||62.5 degrees ||6.0 ||RH and LH ||36.5 inches ||D2 |
|9-iron ||41 degrees ||63 degrees ||7.0 ||RH and LH ||36 inches ||D2 |
|PW ||45 degrees ||63.5 degrees ||9.0 ||RH and LH ||35.5 inches ||D2 |
|AW ||50 degrees ||63.5 degrees ||12.0 ||RH and LH ||35.5 inches ||D2 |
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.
Complete Legal Product Name(s): Callaway RAZR X Tour Irons Product One-Liner: Tighter Shots. Shorter Putts. Lower Scores. Uncompromised Performance. “Most irons today are designed to maximize one specific performance benefit — Distance, Forgiveness or Feel — while sacrificing all other critical areas needed to hit more greens. To consistently hit it close and shoot lower scores, golfers need to be able to make shots from all areas of the golf course. That’s why RAZR Technology is such a breakthrough. This technology will lead the industry into the next generation of iron design by delivering the distance and forgiveness of a wide sole iron while retaining the playability and turf interaction advantages of a thin sole iron.”