Callaway X Forged

Our Review:

The adage that there are few new ideas, only new execution, rings true here. Calling it a "reincarnation" of its X Forged from 2013, Callaway brings its newest ideas to the proven form of a five-year-old, single-piece forging. Trajectory (higher in the long irons, more controlled in the short irons) is managed by a weight pad in the back cavity, and a new groove design is intended to reduce fliers and improve spin control on shots out of the rough. The company's Apex Pro iron was a players iron for wannabes. This one is the real deal.
Specs: 7-iron: 33 degrees; PW: 45 degrees
Price: Set of eight: $1,300
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Player Comments
  • low
    The feel is much softer than in past years. You get a consistent ball flight that is mid to high.
  • mid
    Workable with a balanced feel. It's super easy to curve the ball.