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TESTERS ANNOUNCED: Callaway Steelhead XR/XR Pro Irons

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Geoff


Valdosta, Georgia


9.8


Left Hand - Miura CB 4-8, MB 9, PW - Nippon 950 Stiff


Strength - Consistent, repeatable swing, consistent ball flight


Weakness - Distance mainly but looking for more forgiveness and a little more height on my shots


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James

Illinois

8

Ping s55

Biggest strength: ball striking, distance control

Biggest weakness: working the ball with a fade (I hit a natural draw)

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Brad

Squamish, BC Canada

Handicap: 8

Currently: taylormade r11...always played TM, would love to see how these Callaways measure up.

 

 

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Strength: mid-short irons and wedges

Weakness: putting...and clearly sending forum posts too early.

 

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Stephen


Kentucky


15 handicap


Ping i-series, green dot w/KBS tour stiff


Strength: ball-striking & trajectory consistency


Weakness: distance variability/shot selection


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Mike

North Carolina

16

X Hot

Consistency 

 

I've played Callaway irons ever since a fitting at Callaway's headquarters in Carlsbad years ago.  I've owned Big Berthas, X-18s and X-22s before my X Hots and would love to test the Steelhead XRs.  I'm retired, live on a golf course, and play 4X / week year round, so they would get an extensive test.

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Justin


TX


16


Bridgestone J38 Dual Pocket Cavity


Strength: Short irons; workability & distance control


Weakness: Longer irons & overall consistent ball flight. 


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Willard

Georgia - USA

14 Hdcp

Mizuno MP33


The biggest strength in my iron game is consistent distance with each iron. The greatest weakness is my towards isn't always in line with my shoulda had oughta.

Iffin I had my druthers, I'd love to test the XR Pro version.

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ANDREW PASCHENKO

Springfield ma

Handicap 13.2

Exotics XCG5

Strength: short irons 8 thru wedges

Weakness: 6 thru 4 irons

 

 

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Hayes

Nebraska

12

Mizuno MP-H4

Strength: Short irons

Weakness: an occasional block with longer clubs

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Chris

California

+1

RSI Tp's

Accuracy is my biggest strength. Mishits are my biggest weakness.

 

 

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Mike

San Diego, CA

Hndcp 14

Callaway X2 Hot Irons

Callaway XR16 Driver

 

Strength:  Mid Irons

Weakness: Chipping....

 

I am currently on my 4th set of Callaway Irons going back to the X12s, and looking for a reason to upgrade!!!

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John 

New York ( Albany area)

Handicap- 5.7

Mizuno 850 forged

Greatest Strength -  Iron distance control and accuracy

Greatest Weakness-  60 years old and driver swing speed has declined from 105 to 100.

As a result I am begining to fight distance and trajectory issues so technology and shaft selection have moved to the forefront of my thought process. 

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Your first name: Tom

Your home state/province: Texas

Your current handicap: 14

Your current iron set: Taylormade Rockebladz Max

Your biggest strength & weakness to your iron game:

 

Strength: tempo

 

Weakness: accuracy at long iron distances

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Tim

Pennsylvania

17

taylormade Rocketbladz

strength, solid hits

weakness: distance and accuracy

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Adam

Oklahoma

5

Titleist AP2 716

 

Strength: swing speed/smooth tempo

 

Weakness: consistent ball striking

 

 

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