The Callaway Razr X Irons are made of unique material that is 1/3 the weight of titanium, and come with an aerodynamic head shape that has been scientifically proven to reduce drag by 43%.
I generally prefer playing thin-soled irons but this was a wide-soled iron that was just as playable as a thin one. Unlike most of the irons that fit in this category, the Callaway Razr X Irons come with a much lower center of gravity, which allowed me to get a much longer distance while putting the same amount of effort into my shots.
Despite being able to hit longer shots, the Callaway Razr X Irons (Callaway RAZR X Tour Irons - Golf Clubs Australia | Best Price for Sale, Buy Graphite or Steel Shaft) line also allowed me to have shorter putts because of the solid head shape and the right weight for any game circumstances. It’s also a lot more forgiving about accuracy than I thought it would be. Though a lot of people have said that the Callaway Razr series is best left to advanced players, I had no problem getting a better game despite being average at best.
Most of the irons that I have tried before this set were either too heavy to really get a good swing, or were not the right shape for the difficult drives that I’d have to do. The aerodynamic design of the callaway razr, also called “Razr Technology,” actually helps me improve my swing, making each hole effortless when it comes to distance.
The head, along with the actual build, of the Razr X was strikingly different from every other set of irons that I’ve ever tried, because they are smoother in shape and more aerodynamic. The fact that the club is made out of material that’s 1/3 the weight of titanium makes carrying them around the course even easier. To my knowledge, I don’t know of any other golf clubs that have this kind of tech backing them.
Overall, I sincerely doubt that there is a better golf club on the market than what the callaway razr x can offer. Though it may be intimidating for beginners, this is a club that can lower everyone’s score.