Designed by Roger Cleveland, the new Callaway Razr X Muscleback Irons are a design that will surely stand the test of time. These irons are formerly known as the X-Forged Prototypes, and Callaway decided to not change the design one bit. The only difference between the X-Prototypes and the Razr X musclebacks is the Razr X logo and that is fine by me! From address, these musclebacks set up prefectly. They feature a thin topline and sole and a squared off toe that frames the ball wonderfully. The thin soles with a moderate leading edge grind glide through the turf effortlessly making them very versatile from a wide variety of turf conditions. Besides being extremely playable, perhaps the best thing about the Razr X muscleback irons is the feel. I have hit some of the best forgings from Japan and these irons are right up there in terms of feel and even slight miss-hits feel buttery smooth. Rifle Project X iron shats come stock in the Razr X musclebacks and the set is available in both right and left hand.
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