What is the loft of a Callaway X20?
Callaway X-20 Iron Set Specifications
Are Callaway X20 Tour Irons good?
User Reviews Without a doubt the best high performance and forgiving clubs on the market. And great value. The Callaway X-20 Tour irons are a good set of irons that again have that chunky Callaway look.
How old are Callaway X20 Tour Irons?
Callaway Golf introduced the X-Series in 1997 with the Big Bertha X-12 irons. The X-20 and X-20 Tour irons were the fifth generation of the series and were introduced in 2007. The X-20 Tour irons are the “professional” version of the irons.
What degree is a Callaway X20 a wedge?
Callaway X-20 Pitching Wedge The 45-degree pitching wedge plays with almost as much feel as a forged club and is strong even by contemporary standards.
What year did the Callaway x20 come out?
Callaway X-20 Irons – Product Details
|UK Launch||01 April 2008|
|Hand Availability||Left, Right|
|Shaft Types||Steel, Graphite|
What degree is Callaway pitching wedge?
Callaway Pitching Wedge Loft While the expected standard is between 45 and 50 degrees, some Callaway pitching wedges fall between 41 and 45 degrees. The Callaway Steelhead XR pitching wedge has a loft of 44 degrees.
What year were Callaway x20 irons manufactured?
Introduced in 2007 and still being actively marketed as of 2010, Callaway X-20 irons use something the company calls “Extreme Notch Weighting.” Basically, this design shifts weight to the perimeter of the club head to create a high Moment of Inertia (“MOI”).