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Used Callaway RAZR X Irons

Callaway RAZR X Iron Set Preowned Golf Club
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The Callaway RAZR X irons feature RAZR technology which repositions the center of gravity lower and deeper in the head, resulting in the forgiveness of a wide-sole iron without sacrificing the playability of a thin-sole iron. This provides the player who desires shot-shaping capability and a clean look from address with the forgiveness of bulkier clubs. The new VFT Power System precisely positions the center of gravity and maximizes ball speed throughout the set.

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Clubs in Value Condition have been played frequently. All clubs in Value Condition are in 100% playable condition, as all of the markings will be purely cosmetic blemishes, and in no way will affect performance. This is the perfect option for the player looking for more bang for the buck. Among the wear that you may see on clubs in Value Condition: NOTE: Some irons are designed to rust over time. This is not considered adverse wear. Moderate face and sole wear; minor groove wear and/or chrome wear; rock dings on the leading edge and/or sole; light rusting; shaft wear. The ferrules may or may not be seated to the hosel on each iron in the set. The ferrule is purely cosmetic, and will not affect the playability of the club.
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I have a seven club Cobra S2 set I purchased from Global last year, can I trade them in on this set of Callaway senior flex clubs? What is the procedure?
asked by Charles H. on 10/18/2016
Yes, the Cobra S2 set is listed in our trade-in center which means it is accepted. You can either process the trade-in online and wait for the store credit gift certificate sent to your email before making the purchase or process the trade-in and new order at the same time. If you choose to make a purchase at the same time, we can refund the order for the amount of the trade-in after it has been reconciled here. For more information, please follow the link below for details. https://www.globalgolf.com/trade-in/ If you need further assistance, please contact our Customer Service Department by dialing 866-843-0262.
Emmett Brantly, PGA Professional
answered on 10/19/2016
This set is supposed to be +1, but in the Product Details section it says the length is 37.5". I am confused by this. Can you explain?
asked by Paul B. on 6/29/2017
The actual 6 iron length at +1" will be 38.5"
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 6/30/2017
what loft is PW?
asked by Andrew R. on 6/29/2017
The PW loft is 44 degrees.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 6/30/2017

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Great tech, great irons
By Shawn on 3/29/2011
50 out of 52 people found this review helpful.

In a world dominated by a quest for distance, Callaway wised up and released a fantastic all around iron set with the Razr X.

First off, these are GI clubs but not relegated to high handicaps. They are quite playable for most shots out there. High draw, check. Low fade, check. Straight, you bet.

The absolute greatest thing about these clubs is the distance control, so that's why I put it first, hoping that you'll at least read this far..... They're not the longest thing out there, but in terms of dispersion, their advertising is spot on. You can hit these things just knowing you're going to be in the target area. My biggest beef with the distance clubs is that you'll fly one shot way long, then the next slight mishit knocks 20+ yards off the shot. How can you expect to find the green if you've got a 20+ yard window between a perfect strike and a little miss? With the Razrs, I'd say it drops down into the 5-10 yard range for all but the most severe misses. That's good in case you were wondering.

Before moving on to looks and feel, let's talk tech. The distance control has been covered, but these things are revolutionary. Someone finally figured out that soles on GI clubs were getting too wide in an effort to get the center of gravity back and low. It was affecting shots. With the Razrs, Callaway kept the weight but moved it up a bit in their razr cavity (for lack of a better term). This creates the low, back COG we all desire, but it keeps the sole thin for turf interaction. Way to go Callaway! This should really open the clubs up to better players longing for a bit more forgiveness on their off days. BTW, I'm a 10 handicap and love GI clubs. A blade looks great at address, but I don't get to play a ton and want to have a good time when I do.

Looks wise, they look a bit busy, but that's not an issue when hitting the ball. All you see is a nice, thick, confidence inspiring topline. The chrome finish does scratch pretty easily, but it's a golf club that's designed to hit the ground.

As for feel, this is a GI club. You don't get that fantastic feeling on a perfect strike (still feels good) or have that pain shooting through your body on a bad strike. I'd call this right in line with most GI sets.

Forgiveness is huge with these. I've alluded to it with the distance stuff, but you really can miss quite a bit with good results. I'd say they're excellent for slightly thin shots, almost too good since the ball lands pretty hot and you might bounce right over the green. For missing left and right on the face, they're also quite good. If you miss high on the face (slightly fat), you'll see the most distance loss.

Ball flight with these is pretty high. That's good for most people and would probably be the biggest negative if you ask a lower handicap. But you know what? Most people have no clue how high really good players hit the ball. I hear a lot of whining about needing to lower flight, but unless you live in a wind tunnel, high is good. Just go watch a tour event in person, come back, and tell me if you think you hit the ball too high.

I'm not really sure what else to say.... give these clubs a shot. They're going to take me down to scratch, and they can do the same for you. These kind of remind me of my old Eye 2s with the thin soles and high forgiveness.

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Very Accurate
By Jimbuk2 on 3/22/2011
28 out of 31 people found this review helpful.

I have only been to the range with them a few times so far but have a lot of balls. I am an 8 handicap and was playing burner 2.0 model before this. I find the feel much better and they are defintley more accurate. I dont think are quite as long as the burner but very small difference if any. This is also teh first time I am using graphite shafts do to some arthirits so I was concerned they would feel dull but they are really solid and wehn you hit it pure the feel is similar to that of a forged blade. Mishits are very accurate. I am buying a second set of them so these are keepers, at least for this season!

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Getting better
By Luis Saca on 6/13/2011
24 out of 32 people found this review helpful.

Let me start by saying that I have been playing for about 1 solid year, I have tried a lot of different types of clubs and always tried to get the better game improvement clubs. I tried the Cobra SZ's, S2's and before getting the RAZR X's I played the Burner 2009's. Now you know that I have tried different kinds of clubs, let me say that these RAZR x's are the best, I went from shooting in the 100's to the high 80's with these with the possibility of shooting low 80's if I can get my putting right. Like everyone else says you do lose some distance with these, but you are awarded with consistent accuracy, I do recommend you range your clubs before you head out to the course since the distance will be different. Overall the feel, playability and the workablity with these is amazing for a GI club. HIGHLY RECOMMEDED if you don't want to suck at golf.

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Solid Clubs
By Daniel N on 3/4/2015
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 11-15  Plays Golf: I play monthly  Dexterity: Right Hand

Ordered these clubs in good condition but would grade them as very good to excellent! Consistant feel and they are very forgiving. Very happy with my purchase!

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By William N on 10/1/2016
2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 6-10  Plays Golf: I play weekly  Dexterity: Right Hand

I have been buying clubs from Global Golf for the last fifteen years! I always purchase "Very Good" or better. I just ordered a set of Callaway RAZR X irons in "Value Condition". I received the irons in two days and they looked like they were "Mint"!!!! I took them out the first day and shot 71. Love the clubs, love Global Golf! They are, simply the best!!

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