Hottest Clubs\nBased on GolfDigest.com traffic reports, these 10 clubs have been the most-viewed 2011 Hot List winners.\nBurner 2.0 irons\n\n$700\n\nBurner 2.0 irons\n\nWhy They're Hot: Most average golfers won't admit this, but they secretly love distance in their irons. And they'll secretly search for it on the internet like they secretly search for other things on the internet that restore their lost youth. The Burner 2.0 iron\n\n is all about playing the game the way you used to or think you should be able to.\nG15 irons\n\n$700\n\nG15 irons\n\nWhy They're Hot: Ping invented forgiveness in irons and is still perceived that way. The G15 irons\n\n offered the most forgiveness per dollar in the company's history. One other thing: Ping irons hold their value, so a lot of folks might be looking at used versions of these clubs. The is all about playing the game the way you used to or think you should be able to.\nR11 Driver\n\n$400\n\nR11 Driver\n\nWhy It's Hot: There were rumors that the company had more than a 70 percent market share in metalwoods in some stores early this year, largely because of this club. Visually, and the internet is a visual medium, there is no club that has sparked as much curiosity as the white driver. Let's not forget, the R11 driver\n\n was an Editor's Choice on the 2011 Hot List, too.\nRAZR X irons\n\n$700\n\nRAZR X irons\n\nWhy They're Hot: The Callaway X iron line (X-12, -14, -16, -18, -20, -22, -24) frankly had become a little stale. The RAZR X\n\n was (finally) something new--and we think better-looking, performing and feeling--from a trusted iron company. Maybe those Ernie Els ads ("This thing is just killing it!") resonated, too, along with that Golf Digest Editor's Choice selection.\nDiablo Octane Driver\n\n$300\n\nDiablo Octane Driver\n\nWhy It's Hot: Sometimes it's all about the Benjamins. Callaway's flagship driver is the RAZR Hawk, which uses a whole bunch of the company's trademark "forged composite" to make a faster driver. But it costs $400. The Diablo Octane\n\n uses some of the same material (only in the crown) and just about all of the same smarts, but it costs $100 less.\nBurner SuperFast 2.0 Driver\n\n$300\n\nBurner SuperFast 2.0 Driver\n\nWhy It's Hot: Built to be long and light, this club delivers distance in spades and costs a hundred bucks less than the R11. Sure, the SuperFast 2.0\n\n has fewer technical bells and whistles, but did we mention it's still white? And still long?\nG15 Driver\n\n$300\n\nG15 Driver\n\nWhy It's Hot: Another Hot List Editor's Choice (in 2010), the G15 driver\n\n has subtle but effective technology that delivers solid performance for players of all levels without looking like a spaceship. Since Ping products have a longer shelf life than most, golfers see a club like this as a smart investment.\n910D2/D3 Driver\n\n$400\n\n910D2/D3 Driver\n\nWhy It's Hot: The adjustability features in the 910D2 and 910D3\n\n clubs break new ground--consider them a fitter's and tinkerer's dream. But the fancy pyrotechnics can't hide the fact that the 910D2 is the first Titleist driver that truly works for less-skilled golfers, while the D3 maintains prom-king status among the sticks.\nDiablo Edge irons\n\n$800\n\nDiablo Edge irons\n\nWhy They're Hot: They're arguably the most forgiving irons Callaway has ever made, and they come with up to four long, easy-hitting hybrids. These Diablo Edge\n\n is the kind of set that allows even the worst hacker to look like he knows what he's doing. And the Callaway name carries weight in irons.\nRAZR Hawk driver\n\n$400\n\nRAZR Hawk driver\n\nWhy It's Hot: The "forged composite" material used in the RAZR Hawk driver\n\n is billed as a lighter, stronger alternative to titanium, and ads touting its use in Lamborghini cars probably haven't hurt. This isn't the first time Callaway has offered a pricey composite driver, but it's the first time they've truly figured out how to make it sound good at impact.