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I found the look of the Razr X irons slightly bigger than what I’d normally use, but for an oversize offset iron it looked good and easy to use.
I was happily surprised at the nice feel of the irons, not to hard and even the mis-hits felt good.
The Razr X iron had a great high and powerful flight. I think they are one of the longest irons I’ve ever hit and probably one of the straightest.
I tried a Callaway RazrX iron that was fitted with Callaway's standard Uniflex Steel shaft. The RazrX head has got really nice cosmetics but looks even better when you put it down at address. The Callaway RazrX head is offset and my first thoughts on hitting it was how easy it was to use, it gets the ball up really easy but probably hit it a bit high for my liking. The ball really springs off the head really nicely and gives a good solid feel mainly due to the through bore shaft the Callaway have patented.
I then looked at the other irons in the RazrX set and saw they are progressive in offset and size of head. The Callaway RazrX 4 iron head is nice and long and quite offset but looks really easy to use. Whereas the RazrX PW is a lot neater head with not so much offset. When looking at all the set and hitting the 6 iron you then realise why the Callaway RazrX iron is the best selling iron on the market.
The Callaway Razr X Tour is a great looking club, slightly smaller head with minimal offset which seemed to keep the ball flight down. The strike felt very solid whilst not being too hard and was quite forgiven for a smaller more mid-size head.
I preferred the Callaway Razr X TOUR compared to the standard Razr X as the Tour looks more traditional which is what I’m used to.
One look at the Razr XF irons and I could see this was going to be an easy club to use. Its got a very impressive dark finish and everything about these irons oozes quality. Loved the soft feel of the grip and the club feels nice and light and easy to swing. Callaway irons have always had a reputation as very easy to use and this does not disappoint.
The first thing that struck me when I hit a few shots was that they had an incredibly soft feel for a Callaway iron of this type, it almost felt like hitting foam golf balls. It felt so easy to get the ball up in the air, it gives a high launch and you can tell how easy it is to hit iron shots high and straight with this version of the Razr X irons.
I normally go for a smaller, slimmer type iron but must say I am really tempted by the sheer easiness of this set of Callaway irons. A real plus point is how they look, despite being a real game improvement club they are slim and neat looking at address and they play great out of the rough unlike some other bulkier irons of this type. They would clearl y be a good bet for a high handicap but I can see many better players leaning towards the ease of use and forgiveness you get from this impressive set of irons.
Very light club head and light shaft, doesn’t look as chunky as first thought it would do, has a nice flight and very forgiving. Would have preferred it with a heavier shaft, very good for people looking for a very nice looking forgiving golf club.
Not playing much golf these days so I would be very tempted with these irons as they are so easy to hit straight. The longer irons make me feel very confident and the amazing thing is how soft the ball comes off the face, very shock absorbing on miss-hits.
The Razr XF iron has got a lovely black finish and has got lots of technology. The ball really springs off the Razr XF face but I found the True temper GS95 shaft a bit too light which created too much draw for me, although this could work to the advantage of most golfers.
This would be a great club for a slower swinger as the combination of the offset Razr XF head and light weight shaft creates plenty of distance.
The Feel of the irons was incredibly soft, almost to the point where you cant feel the ball on the face as you strike it. However I found them hard to shape and they went with a very high ball flight although this could be due to a weak shaft.
At address they look very good with their black finish and slimmer design. Overall I did prefer the Razr X Tour irons as I feel they had a much more penetrating flight and were far easier to shape.
First impressions of this club are that its clearly aimed for the higher handicap but I was very surprised by how good the feel off the face was.
It looks very easy to use and it is, just pops the ball up in the air with what feels the minimum of effort. Distance was very impressive and it feels very light to swing. When I tried to force the ball control seemed a bit lost and that’s down to the lightweight shaft which is clearly aimed at the average player with a reasonable tempo.
Loved the feel of the grip its very soft and the whole look and the feel of the irons is pure class, if money is no object and you want an easy to use, great looking club then this is it!
The Razr X Black iron is a great looking iron head with is smart black finish and its little bit of offset the Razr X Black is a lovely and solid club to hit, comes off very quick and its well weighted design is very consistent, it produces a relatively high ball flight with a low spin flight, this is still a forgiving club the off centre hit fly’s very well and very solid, this club has a lot smaller a leading top edge this club has a low centre of gravity to help get the ball in the air.
The True Temper M-10 XP shaft that Callaway have put in the Razr X Black Iron gives the club a very good weight and very solid feel at impact installing confidence in ability to strike the clubs and also produce a consistent performance.
I would say that the Razr X Black iron is for mid handicap golfer or the lower handicapper who just wants that little bit more assistance getting the ball up a bit more.