Callaway Golf Diablo Edge Irons Set, Set of 6 Clubs (6-PW, SW)
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- Maximized Distance A lower, deeper CG is designed to make the sweet spot more accessible at lower impact locations. This generates longer, more consistent distance and improves accuracy for more greens in regulation.
- Set Options There’s more distance through the entire bag by opting for matched hybrids in the set where women begin to struggle with their irons.
- Smooth Turf Interaction The Solid Impact Sole is designed to mitigate the effects of heavy and thin shots and improve the impact location on the face for greater distance.
- Enhanced Feel and Performance Callaway Golf core technologies like VFT, S2H2, a 360-Degree Undercut Channel and Modified Tru-Bore work together to maximize distance, feel and playability.
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These irons are the longest stainless steel irons we have ever created and provide increased distance without compromising feel or performance. The lower, deeper CG makes the sweet spot more accessible and is in-line with where amateurs most commonly strike the ball on the clubface, generating longer consistent distance and improved accuracy.
Receiving a gold medal from Golf Digest's 2010 Hot List for Super Game Improvement Irons, this 6-club set of Callaway Diablo Edge irons provide increased distance without compromising feel or performance. The lower, deeper center of gravity (CG) makes the sweet spot more accessible and is in line with where amateurs most commonly hit the ball on the clubface, generating longer, consistent distance and improved accuracy. And Callaway's core technologies like VFT, S2H2, Modified Tru-Bore, and a 360-Degree Undercut Channel work together to maximize distance, feel and playability.
Callaway's gold medal-winning Diablo Edge irons (see larger image).
A lower, deeper CG is designed to make the sweet spot more accessible at lower impact locations. This generates longer, more consistent distance and improves accuracy for more greens in regulation.
Delivering smooth turf interaction, the sole is designed to mitigate the effects of heavy and thin shots and improve the impact location on the face for greater distance.
Callaway Core Technology: 360-Degree Undercut Channel
The 360-Degree Undercut Channel found in these Callaway irons (seen at left) maximizes perimeter weighting by moving the center of gravity (CG) lower and farther back in the clubhead, enlarging the hitting area and stabilizing the clubhead for more forgiveness.
Callaway Core Technology: VFT Technology
With Callaway's VFT Technology, the club creates higher ball speeds across the entire face, meaning hotter distance with more consistency. The face is thicker in the center and ultra-thin around the edges, which allows more energy from the impact of the clubface to be transferred to the ball. In irons, VFT Technology allows Callaway Golf engineers to lower the center of gravity for optimum trajectory with each iron in the set, giving a higher launch angle in the long irons and better trajectory height in short irons and wedges.
Callaway Core Technology: S2H2
Callaway's patented Short, Straight, Hollow, Hosel (S2H2) shortened the length of the hosel, allowing weight to be moved lower and to the more useful perimeter area of the clubhead. This bore-through design (Modified Tru-Bore Technology) allows the shaft tip to extend through the hosel and clubhead to the sole, improving feel and control by moving the tip of the shaft closer to the center of the clubface.
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.
Hand Orientation: Right | Shaft Material: Steel | Flex: Uniflex
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Greetings all. This year I experienced a sad realization: That I was not as good of a golfer as I thought I was. This is not an easy thing to come to grips with, but it did have one bright spot-I got to go shopping for new clubs.
My first set of serious clubs (many years ago) was a set of Ping Eye 2's. I played those for almost a decade before I felt like the technology had truly passed me by. I then went out and made a terrible mistake. I bought a set of Callaway X-14 Pros. Now, don't get me wrong, these are fantastic clubs. But I purchased them for all the wrong reasons. First, they were on sale. Second, my uncle played them and absolutely said they were his favorite club. Now, one detail I neglected to consider when purchasing the clubs was that my uncle was a scratch golfer who had played in what is now the Nationwide Tour while I was a 20 handicap on my best day. He never rec'd the X-14's for me, but I was just so enamored by how he played I figured I should jump in.
So after years of playing with clubs that were too advanced for me, I decided to start my trek for new clubs in earnest and be as thorough and careful as I could in the process. The first thing I did was get online and look for what the best reviewed "Game Improvement" clubs were out there. I was done with trying to play with clubs that I wouldn't be able to hit. I decided to get the clubs that would be the easiest to just hit as straight as possible with a nice bit of loft and simply enjoy the day. Golf is a hobby for me, something I play for business meetings or for fun, but never for competition. My goal is never to worry about playing a fade or a draw or trying to work a ball left-to-right around a tree to a tucked pin. No, I just want to advance the ball and have some fun.
While I was doing the research, the name Callaway came up quite a bit. I also had very fond memories of the few rounds I had played with my brother's clubs, an old set of Callaway Big Berthas (the Game Improvement Iron of its' day). The only reason I didn't continue to play with his clubs was just because my ego kept telling me I was better than that. My next move was to head to the store and hit everything under the sun.
Very quickly, I narrowed the choices down to the two newest Callaway models, the RAZR and the Diablo Edge. Both are considered game improvement clubs, although the Edge clubs are more forgiving while the RAZR will give you more feedback. I was at one of those stores where the salespeople work on commission, meaning the gentleman kept pushing me toward the RAZR (more expensive by about $100). Fortunately, I took so much time with testing them out that he went on break, leaving me in the hands of an actual Callaway fitter who happened to be in the store that day. Since I was already choosing between two different models from his company, and he didn't get paid based on what I bought, his only goal became to figure out which of these two models worked for me.
Despite the hype surrounding the RAZR (it is an excellent club), he was very frank that the EDGE is more forgiving and easier to get in the air. I consistently performed better with the EDGE clubs (much to the chagrin of my salesperson when he returned). Honestly, if I was a consistent 12-18 handicap, I would have picked up the RAZR in an instant. They are a gem to hit and provide more feedback than the EDGE irons. But, simply put, the EDGE's are more forgiving and I'm not a consistent 12-18 handicap. Given that I work more and play less, I'll probably hover between 20-25 unless I make a few million and retire early, spending much of my time on the course (I still hold on to my X-14 Pros just in case I wake up one day as a scratch).
The results are plain. My game has improved dramatically. These are THE MOST FORGIVING clubs I've ever played. When you hit the ball square it's so soft and sweet. You can mishit the ball off-center and you'll still get excellent results. Despite a significant amount of forgiveness, I'm still able to feel my off-center hits. I was actually surprised at the sensitivity in them. No, these aren't forged clubs where every little dimple in the ball radiates through your soul. But there is more than enough feedback to tell you whether you were center-face or if you mishit it. And the clubs do have a workability to them that is more than enough for any of us in the 20+ handicap range just looking to keep it in play and have some fun.
These clubs are also the strongest clubs I've played. I hit these about 5 yards further than any of the other clubs I tried out, and my distances on the course are at least a club (if not more) stronger than my previous clubs. My scores have come down and I've broken 100 several times (and I adhere to strict rules of golf, no Mulligans, no generous drops, no gimme's-that's a legitimate score). I almost cracked 90 once, but alas my excitement of a low score was my undoing.
Any high-handicapper looking for the easiest clubs to hit should absolutely give these a try. I didn't hit anything more forgiving or longer than these guys. And the bottom line is that I accomplished what I wanted to: I'm having more fun than I've ever had before because I'm not fighting against my clubs. I don't see myself buying clubs for another decade or so. Most of us aren't good enough to take advantage of the small changes in clubs that come out year to year. So I'm riding with these babies for a long, long time. Highest recommendation.