Callaway Men's RAZR X Tour Irons - (Steel) 3-PW
Yes, I will lower my score. Thank you
Traded up from the TM Burner Plus. Had to take the training wheels off. Got on the monitor and tried the non-tour and tour. I found I needed the stiff tour model as it matched my swing swing (still have the baseball swing in me). I got frustrated taking them for a spin, but made adjustments in foot position and head alignment, user error. The guys were impressed how my game has improved fast. Looking to break 80 this year. Great set of tour inspiring clubs.
April 22, 2013
Great lines,look,length,playability, and feel
I just bought a set of these irons after hitting other sets like Mizuno jpx800 pro, Nike vrs,Taylormade rocketbladez, and Cleveland 588's. I have a 11 handicap and after playing around with all of the other sets and getting to experience with all of them on the course, the Razr X tours had the best feel, look ,lines, feel, and playability of all of them plus i got them at a steal for 479.00! The other nice thing about them is that they are easy to work and if you miss hit the ball you can barely tell it. On the miss hits i only lost about 5 yds. in distance. Also you can get great spin on the ball with the 6-pw if you need to. Stop and drop! All and all i honestly think you should check these out before you go buy another set. If you don't, you will wish you did. Last but least they are pretty darn long for a players iron. Go check them out, you will not be disappointed!
February 13, 2013
RAZR X Tour - Gotta Have em!
the last set of clubs i bought were brand new, Callway X-18 Pro-series, and i used them for quite a long time. Im very maticulate about the equipment i use on the golf course so i wanted to be sure about my next major golf investment. I had a few sets in my mind, The RAZR X Tours and and the new Taylormades RBZ's. i mustve test hit both sets 7 or 8 times over a span of 2 months before i made my decision to go with the Callaway RAZR X Tours, and i havent looked back since. my first round out i saw and felt a difference right away. talk about distance? oh my god, at some points i wondered if the ball was ever going to return to earth. and these clubs put a spin on the ball i have never experienced, 14 of the 18 greens i hit the ball was sitting within inches of the ball mark or just ahead of it, talk about drop & stop. i would recommend these clubs to anybody with a low to mid handicap any day of the week. ive played them 4 times since i bought them and im 2 to 3 strokes lower than my averages and im still learning them. im excited to see what they do when i dial them down.
January 16, 2013
For better players
I've had these clubs for almost a full year now and have played probably 50 rounds with them. They are definitely for better players, I am about a 9 handicap. I really like that there isn't a lot of offset at address. Mis-hits thin can rob yourself some distance but they are normally straight. When you catch them clean you don't feel the ball at all and it feels like butter, but there still isn't that great sound. Working the ball isn't hard at all either. I won't be buying another set anytime soon. I have hit a number of clubs that are more forgiving, if you aren't a single digit handicap I don't recommend them. Buy the callaway razr x (non-tour). They are sooo forgiving and feel great, they just don't suit my eye.
February 16, 2012