Callaway X Hot Irons Though Old Never Out

Whenever there are new golf clubs for sale coming out, we would more likely to use new golf clubs for sale. This is common, but sometimes it is not so necessary as you think. Some old golf clubs would never be out even though they are not new any longer.

Callaway Golf Company has announced the launch of its new Callaway X Hot Irons and X Hot Pro irons, which are designed to deliver increased distance and performance for both amateur and professional golfers.

Callaway’s award-winning Research and Development team has incorporated a Deep Undercut Cavity Design and Speed Frame Face Technology into the Callaway X Hot Irons, resulting in improved distance, feel and ball speed.

The undercut design has allowed engineers to precisely position the centre of gravity, moving the hottest part of the face lower down to the area where most golfers connect with the ball.The speed frame technology – previously employed in Callaway drivers – is also making its debut it the Callaway X Hot Irons.

This technology creates more efficient energy transfer by optimising face stiffness, which helps facilitate increased ball speed and consistent distance, even if the ball isn’t struck out of the club’s sweet spot.


The Callaway X Hot Irons have been meticulously engineered – both in terms of physical characteristics and club configuration – to increase ball speed and promote overall distance optimisation.

And Callaway golf have raised the bar and created the standard in distance for the irons category. Golfers will very much enjoy the results. The Callaway X Hot Irons  for sale also feature Feel Management Technology, which fine tunes sound by promoting a crisp, dynamic feel.

The Callaway X Hot Irons , created with the lower-handicap golfer in mind, combine explosive power, feel and accurate shot-making. They possess J-Face Dynamics for great power and feel, and Callaway’s most precise 20-degree Close Spaced V Grooves, which offer more backspin from the rough.

Callaway has also announced the release of Callaway X Hot Irons and X Hot Pro hybrids, designed to complement the distance-promoting long irons. They both give faster ball speeds, greater manoeuvrability from a variety of lies and the distance and forgiveness of a Callaway X2 Hot Fairway Wood with the accuracy and control of an iron.

Dew people would choose the X Hot clubs since the new Callaway X2 Hot Irons released. But my father still own a set of Callaway X Hot Irons. He have used them for many years and he still feel good each time. He really enjoys his game and golf clubs.

Callaway X2 Hot Driver and Irons Match Your Request

If you have ever pay attention to Callaway, you would find that Callaway claim to have made the new Callaway X2 Hot driver nine yards longer than the Callaway X Hot driver. The new model features its fastest, thinnest and lightest all-titanium driver face ever produced. Not only that, the sweetspot has been made 10 per cent larger for more consistent distances on varying strike patterns while an improved head shape improves aerodynamics.

Advanced Adjustable Hosel Technology allows the golfer to increase or decrease loft and change the lie angle independently to dial in the optimum setting. The Callaway X Hot driver features a smaller, 440c head with more neutral bias designed for more workability, and delivers penetrating trajectories with low spin. It costs the same as the standard version .


“With the X2 Hot line, we challenged ourselves to reinvent all golf clubs for sale to meaningfully improve distance, speed and forgiveness across every category,” said Dr. Alan Hocknell, Senior Vice President, R&D, Callaway Golf. “We worked hard for every extra gram of discretionary weight, every thousandth of an inch of metal, to increase ball speed and overall distance while improving total performance, especially on off-centre impact.”

Callaway say its Callaway X2 Hot Irons for sale offer more than its predecessor in all areas: more forgiveness, more ball speed and more distance. A large undercut channel increases the rate at which the face flexes and rebounds for more ball speed and distance, making these them 3-5 yards longer than Callaway X Hot irons.

Additionally, the Callaway X2 Hot Irons feature a Central Mass Bar, which concentrates the weight low and central, increasing MOI (resistance to twisting) and enhancing feel, while a Stabilizing Arch reinforces the face for better feel and higher ball speeds. The set is progressive, so there more offset in the long irons for increased forgiveness and less offset in the short irons for more workability and accuracy.

Callaway X Hot Irons Are Not New but Still Excellent

With the release of the new Callaway Apex Pro Irons,  many golf players would ignore many callaway old series irons. Actually, I used to use the Callaway X Hot Irons which are really an old model now. But I used them well to perform my game. And totay, we would talk about the features of the X Hot Irons.

The Callaway X Hot Irons are all about more distance. The styling is reminiscent of the Razr X and all the previous generations of Callaway’s most forgiving irons, so there are no surprises there.Callaway has kept the proven features from these models in the thru-bore hosel and the Razr weighting on the back of the trailing edge to lower the centre of gravity.

Callaway have used in the past. This is a good upgrade and the Universal gripe is a nice mid-size and has a very good tread pattern for lining up and grip.Overall the Callaway X Hot are an evolution to the previous model rather than a revolution. The extra oomph from the new face is noticeable and combined with the new shaft options, the Callaway X Hot irons are still one of the best models in the market for game improvers with a little extra to spend.


This is raised up so that the wide sole is kept to a good size and goes through the turf well, especially from the rough and semi-rough.The main change is the speed frame design that Callaway X Hot Irons for sale will increase ball speed by about 3mph resulting in a distance gain of around 7 yards. This is all well and good but it is the gapping between irons and to the woods and wedges you should pay attention too. Nevertheless, the fact you can take an 8 iron instead of 7 should help your accuracy.

When we tested the Callaway X Hot Irons, the faces did feel a bit hotter and the feel was still very good. They were also very forgiving and the generous offset hosel will help here. The flight was a little higher than the Callaway X2 Hot Irons, , but that is to be expected and will help those high handicappers get the ball up in the air.

The X Hot Irons lofts are similar to the Razr X with the wedge at 44 degrees so you will probably need the A Wedge at 49 degrees too. From 6 to 3 iron the shaft length goes up in increments of 0.75 inches instead of 0.5 inches so the 5-iron is 0.5 inches longer than the current model which will also increase the distance from the club as you will have more momentum in the clubhead.