Callaway Epic Forged Irons – (Graphite)
- Game-Improvement Irons
Key Features of the Callaway Epic Forged Irons:
- Forged 1025 Carbon Steel body with platinum chrome finish creates incredible feel, exceptional sound and turf interaction at impact
- Custom tungsten weight core is suspended using Urethane Microspheres to promote controlled launch and consistent distance
- High-COR face combined with 360 Face Cup Technology delivers fast ball speed for long distance on center hits and off-center hits.
- New VFT pattern allows for spin and control by optimum and consistent ball speeds and spin-rates
Experience ultimate performance while playing the Callaway Epic Forged Irons. The ultra-premium forged irons are designed to help golfers deliver incredible results through enhanced feel and explosive distance. A forged 1025 Carbon Steel body with a platinum chrome finish creates incredible feel, exceptional sound and turf interaction at impact. The tungsten weight core is suspended by urethane microspheres to promote controlled launch and consistent distance. A new VFT pattern promotes optimum and consistent ball speeds and spin-rates.
- Ultra-premium forged irons that helps golfers deliver ultimate performance through incredible feel and explosive distance
- Precision engineering and meticulous craftsmanship promote remarkable achievement through golf club design
- Premium Mitsubishi shaft offers a mid-launch with a mid-spin profile that helps optimize feel and control
- Aerotech Steel Fiber shaft delivers high ball flight and greater distance for maximum performance and accuracy
- Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei AV Silver Graphite Shaft/Aerotech Steel Fiber FC Graphite Shaft
- Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet Silver Grip
- Game-improvement iron: Medium-sized clubheads with lots of forgiving features while featuring a fairly classic profile at address
- Style : 4B424412F2376
- DSG Pro Tips
- Brand : Callaway
- Web ID: 19CWYMPCFRGD19STLIRN
|4 Iron||18°||59.50°||39.50"||3.8mm||STLFBR - D2 | MITSBISHI - D0|
|5 Iron||21°||60.00°||38.875"||3.6mm||STLFBR - D2 | MITSBISHI - D0|
|6 Iron||24°||60.50°||38.25"||3.4mm||STLFBR - D2 | MITSBISHI - D0|
|7 Iron||27°||61.00°||37.625"||3.3mm||STLFBR - D2 | MITSBISHI - D0|
|8 Iron||31.5°||61.50°||37.00"||3.1mm||STLFBR - D2 | MITSBISHI - D0|
|9 Iron||36°||62.00°||36.50"||2.8mm||STLFBR - D2 | MITSBISHI - D0|
|PW||41°||62.50°||36.00"||2.5mm||STLFBR - D2 | MITSBISHI - D0|
|AW||46°||63.00°||35.75"||1.9mm||STLFBR - D2 | MITSBISHI - D0|
|GW||51°||63.00°||35.50"||1.9mm||STLFBR - D2 | MITSBISHI - D0|
|SW||56°||63.00°||35.25"||1.9mm||STLFBR - D2 | MITSBISHI - D0|
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