Martin Hopley

As oversized irons go, the Callaway RAZR X irons were a nice size and the top line was confidence inspiring without being too thick.

They were also very forgiving to hit with a lovely feel and sound and the uniflex steel shaft helped deliver a powerful strike.

They look like the classic irons of the X series of the past but the offset seems more subtle and the styling a little sharper, so if you have the wherewithal, then this is a set to consider for mid handicappers.

Golfalot Rating: 5 stars
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Callaway RAZR X Iron

Callaway RAZR X Irons - Product Details

Launch UK15 February 2011
Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
Shaft TypesSteel, Graphite
Set Makeup3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW
Additional ClubsAW, SW, LW
Manufacturer's WebsiteCallaway Website

User Reviews

November 2012

Recently up-graded from the X24-Hot to the RAZR X irons and am not disappointed. The clubs look good, sound good and have added yards to my shots, dropped my handicap from 15 to 13 since switching. The clubs are very forgiving and I would not hesitate in recommending these clubs to mid-handicappers.

Mike Smith
May 2011

These clubs are great. A little heavier than my Big Bertha 2008 irons, which suits me better. They made the contact feel better and was it more consistent. Easy to hit straight shots, and even got a little draw going when required, and hardly any slices. Gained approx 5-10 yards extra distance per club. Not too bad out of the rough either. Love the look, and feel. Definitely recommend this club, I shot 4 under my handicap first time out in damp conditions.

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Media Reviews

Golf Monthly
April 2011
Extremely solid off the face without looking too chunky
Golf World
March 2011
Rebel-like look but pleasant at address..extremely forgiving

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