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Sign up Closed: 2023 MGS Forum Test: Callaway Paradym Irons

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8,806 signups
Equipment Type: Iron Set
Vendor: Callaway

 

 

 

 

 

Callaway knows that Distance Irons are long, but players also want a high level of feel. 

Enter the Paradym and Paradym X Irons:

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Integral to each set of Paradym and Paradym X Irons are 4 key features wrapped around either a Refined Players shape in the Paradym or the Refined Forgiving Shape of the Paradym X:

- Callaway's Most Powerful A.I. Designed Forged 455 Face

- Fast Ball Speed from Forged 455 Face Cup & Hollow Body with Speed Frame Construction

- Exceptional Feel from a Forged Face and Patented Urethane Microspheres

- Improved Launch via Dual Tungsten Weighting

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415 Comments




I would be very interested in testing these irons.  I am a senior golfer whose speed has dropped and was considering more forgiving irons with softer shafts..

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Nice opportunity here!  I've heard that these give 15 yards over their older clubs for someone with a swing speed closer to mine.  I'd love to put that to the test and let everyone know about it.   My last upgrade gave me an extra club in distance and is almost getting me to hitting greens in reg during winter play.  

It was fun to hear about how this came about, other upcoming tests that should be a ton of fun, and more about the testing and forum in general during today's community call!

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It would be awesome to get to be part of this group. The clubs are sharp looking. Been awhile since I played Callaway irons, but I've always likes the feel. Would love to carry the Paradym irons in my bag.

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I work on maniac hill which is the name of the driving range at Pinehurst resort the biggest driving range in the world.I currently use taylormade m4 v2 irons,I would love to test these callaway irons,not only me but I can get feedback from alot of people including our pga pros.

 

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I've been a Taylormade irons guy since the Bubble Burner irons, only deviating for a couple of years to try the Mizuno JPX-900's.  Then came back to Taylormade irons.

Not sure why, but thinking this would be an excellent opportunity to try Callaway irons.  I've heard the hype, but would love to find out for myself!

-- Peejer

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Just obtained the titleist T200 irons!! Would love to go out and test these round for round, shot for shot with the Callaways!! 

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Once again thanks to all the 1300+ for registering! 

We will be announcing Testers not this Tuesday, but the Tuesday after sign up closes.

Later today we will see the Testers Wanted come from the main site social accounts and then I fully expect this to go from 1300- 4000 or even 5000 plus!!!

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15 minutes ago, GolfSpy_APH said:

Once again thanks to all the 1300+ for registering! 

We will be announcing Testers not this Tuesday, but the Tuesday after sign up closes.

Later today we will see the Testers Wanted come from the main site social accounts and then I fully expect this to go from 1300- 4000 or even 5000 plus!!!

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The pictures on the site look great I am looking at trying to get a little more forgiving iron. But definitely need to stop by a store and see the wedge and 9 iron in person. That is where I get picky on the look/size and no need to possibly take a spot if it’s not my style. 

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Would be very interested in testing these. I currently play the Mavrik Pro, which I like and fits me well - they're kind of a player's iron shape with some very nice forgiveness packed into the compact head.  They also feel darn good for a non-solid-forged iron. One noticeable characteristic is they are relatively low spin (of course some of that is shaft-dependent), which has some advantage and some disadvantage.  Callaway has always tended to be a good iron for me. I would love to see how these compared on feel since they're forged, and that seems to be a big part of the story, and of course on distance, spin, accuracy, turf interaction, consistency, forgiveness, etc.   

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