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Callaway unveil a new X Forged Utility Iron upgrade for 2021

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Utility Irons are a popular choice on Tour, especially as a “fairway finder” off the tee and a versatile club into the green on Par-5s. And our new X Forged UT Irons are packed with Callaway’s best technologies in a confidence-inspiring, hollow body construction. For the better players who want a new go-to club in their bag, this is the player’s utility you’re looking for.

High Ball Speeds

Our A.I.-designed Flash Face Cup creates a sophisticated face architecture, for high ball speeds with outstanding spin robustness.

Extremely Soft Feel

Forged 1025 mild carbon steel and hollow body construction combine with our proprietary urethane microspheres for pure feel.

Enhanced Launch and Control

Our external MIM’d tungsten weighting allows us to precisely locate the CG position for optimal trajectory and launch. A longer blade length and a wider sole versus a traditional long iron provide forgiveness and control.

Premium Components

The Project X U is specifically designed to work with utility clubs for stability and control. The Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black HY is a player’s graphite shaft designed with low torque for aggressive swingers. Golf Pride’s Z Grip features a firm feel and exceptional traction.

 

Available in 18º, 21º and 24º, Callaway’s new offering comes with either a Project X U shaft, designed specifically for stability and control in utility clubs, or a Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black HY, a player’s graphite shaft designed with low torque for those who like to swing aggressively. All include Golf Pride’s Z grip, which provides a firm feels and exceptional traction.

Callaway X Forged UT Irons will be in store across Ireland from October 29, 2020 and will have an RRP of €279

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