Callaway's new Paradym range for 2023 is said to be centred around an all new Paradym Shift Construction, which gives golfers both distance and a high level of feel.
Whilst Sophie has already tested the new Paradym irons, Callaway have also introduced the Paradym X model, which is designed to be incredibly long thanks to stronger lofts whilst retaining a forged feel that all golfer strive for.
The Paradym X irons include a number of the same technologies as in the standard Paradym model.
Callaway's AI technology is applied to generate a high-strength forged face, said to create the brand's most powerful iron face ever. Each face is optimised uniquely for more speed, higher launch and more consistent spin rates.
The Hollow Body design features a Speed Frame construction which is designed to add more stiffness to the body and provide support for the Forged 455 Face Cup. This stabilises a thinner face, and Callaway say it produces incredibly fast ball speeds.
Urethane Microspheres, which we have seen in Callaway iron products for the last couple of years, help to provide an ultra soft feel and 'better player' sound.
The difference in the Paradym X irons is that there is up to 79g of external and internal tungsten weighting included in each head, compared to up to 67g in the standard Paradym model, placed to enhance launch conditions and improve speed on mis-hit shots. This added weight is said to be the difference between hitting the green and coming up short.
The Paradym X features a thicker topline and more forgiving sole than the standard Paradym iron There is also a pre-worn leading edge which is designed to cut through the turf more efficiently, for greater forgiveness.
Available at retail from 24th February, the Paradym X irons are priced at an RRP of £1199 for steel shafts and £1299 for graphite shafts.
They are available in 4-PW with the additional option of an A-Wedge, as well as 51 and 56 degree wedges.
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