The Callaway X-20 “Progressive Wall Reduction System” pushes centre of gravity 6% lower than the Callaway X-18‘s for improved playability. Extreme Notch Weighting promises extra stability at impact.
Familiar Callaway looks at address and easy to hit throughout. We loved the long irons, which had a fantastically solid feel, but unless the breeze had freshened imperceptibly, the short irons didn't seem to fly quite as far as other deepish cavity models. Where next? More On Test: - Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Irons review - Callaway FT-iQ and FT-iQ Tour driver reviews - Callaway Big Bertha irons review Video: - Callaway FT fairway wood video review Galleries: - Callaway x22 irons and Callaway x22 Tour irons pictures - Callaway Big Bertha Diablo driver and Callaway FT-9 driver pictures Blogs: - Callaway range - Jeev Milkha Singh: What's in the bag?