Many of our friends love the diablo edge irons. Why? The Callaway Diablo Edge Iron Set features stainless steel irons that are the longest Callaway has ever created. This added length provides increased distance without compromising feel or performance. The lower, deeper CG makes the sweet spot more accessible and is in-line with where amateurs most commonly strike.
The Diablo Edge irons are engineered for distance and accuracy. A deeper, lower center of gravity provides an effective hitting area that's lower on the face, where most amateurs tend to hit the ball. Designed with a lower, deeper center of gravity, Diablo Edge Irons feature a more accessible sweet spot that is in line with where most amateurs commonly hit the ball on the clubface. The result is longer, consistent distance and improved accuracy. Features variable face thickness, S2H2, 360° undercut cavity, and modified Tru-Bore hosel design. The Solid Impact Sole delivers smooth turf interaction and is designed to mitigate the effects of heavy and thin shots. It also improves the impact location on the face for greater distance.
The irons have strong, sharp lines that draw you right in. Most will either love or hate the looks, and I am one that really likes the way they look quite a bit. The sole of the club has the same large numbers and sharp lines as the cavity in the iron. It is filled with the deep red color that will make it “pop” in the sun. Callaway rocks the house with these being game improvement irons, yet sporting almost player's club balance. Club head awareness is a breeze with these throughout the entire set.
The performance of the Callaway RAZR X Irons is excellent and you can really feel the extra power generated by the slightly stronger lofts. With the sweet spot lowered it takes little effort to get the ball and airborne and we’re really impressed that all Callaway’s research into amateur golfers makes such a big difference to the performance.
X-24 hot irons is pretty big on the mix and match options these clubs offer. For openers, they recommend that you use hybrids up to the point of your strongest consistent Iron. One thing that the iron makers have realized this year is that distance really does matter, but you can't just get it by over juicing the lofts so that this year's 7 Iron now packs the same loft as last year's 6 Iron.
For a mid/high handicapper I think these clubs are perfect for the price and having the great Callaway name in your bag is always nice.