Each golf player wants to have a better golf clubs to help his game. Nowadays so many players search the golf clubs online and always are confused by some mistake information, here I would like to share my experience of playing callaway X-24 hot irons.
The X-Hot 24 irons have been developed by Callaway engineers for golfers preferring to hit an iron to a long par-3 or fly a hazard to reach a par-5 in two shots. It says the clubs' VFT Face Technology, 360-degree undercut channel and a precise centre of gravity help create a large hitting area to generate maximum distance while maintaining both forgiuveness and accuracy.
Says Briton, Dr. Alan Hocknell, head of Callaway's Research and Development in the US: “We recognise there are golfers looking for distance gains throughout their entire bag. So we employed our core technologies and faster ball speeds into the design of X-24 Hot irons, to create a longer, more accurate set than any of their predecessors in the X-Series(Callaway X-22 Irons, Callaway RAZR X Irons au, Callaway Diablo EDGE irons, etc.).”
The Callaway X-24 Hot irons will be available from August 1 throughout Europe with a price tag of ￡749 for a graphite-shafted set of eight right-handed only irons (4-iron to sand wedge). A 50-degree auxiliary wedge is also available as an option. By increasing the length of the shaft by just an extra ? inch per club and redistributing the weight in the clubhead, the results are truly outstanding clubs.
Until now, it is still hot on the golf market, so X-24 has a great mass of consumers. While the X-24 hot ironsare very easy to hit, providing a confidence-inspiring look of forgiveness at address and will suit anyone after a genuinely forgiving set of irons and /or those looking for more distance throughtout the set.