Martin Hopley
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The Callaway X-20 Tour irons pick up from where Callaway X-12 Tour and X-14 Tour left off, which we felt were classics.

They have slightly shorter heads than the regular Callaway X-20 irons, but they are still a good size and look good behind the ball.

The offset is less in the hosel which also features a more traditional ferrule join that gives it a more classic look. The irons give you lots of confidence at address and the feel and sound at impact is great.

Hitting the longer irons is effortless and a 3-iron feels like a 6-iron. The larger cavity on the back of the Callaway X-20 irons has increased the forgiveness and is a great development.

Overall the Callaway X-20 Tour irons are a great set of irons for the better player who still wants forgiveness and good value for money.

Golfalot Rating: 5 stars
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Callaway X-20 Tour Irons - Product Details

Launch UK16 November 2006
Handicap Range
Low
High
GolferMens
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
MaterialSteel
Shaft TypesSteel
Shaft FlexUniflex
Set Makeup2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Manufacturer's WebsiteCallaway Website

User Reviews

jonathan laws
June 2008

I bought these Callaway X-20 Tour irons a couple of days ago and love them. I play to a handicap and want to get a lot of workability out of the clubs controlling the type of shot I want. And these X-20 Tour irons do just that giving me high performance but with forgiveness for when I hit an off centre shot. Without a doubt the best high performance and forgiving clubs on the market. And great value.

Drew Tuck
April 2007

The Callaway X-20 Tour irons are a good set of irons that again have that chunky Callaway look. They do perform well, but not well enough for me. Solid through impact and are quite forgiving, but just not for me.

steve shepherd
February 2007

The Callaway X-20 Tour irons are lovely clubs. I've had Cleveland's for 6 years and felt like a change. They look very good at address, not to much offset and feel very good when you hit them. The ball flies off the face on a nice trajectory and stop well. Worth a look, I was never a fan of Callaway because they looked a bit too chunky, but now I'm sold. Give em a try.

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Media Reviews

Today's Golfer
Less offset..short blade length to increase workability.
Golf Monthly
April 2007
Solid feel off the face..noticeable forgiveness benefits.

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