Callaway unveil new RAZR XF irons

New RAZR XF game-improvement iron features a blend of increased distance and improved accuracy

Andy Roberts's picture
Wed, 14 Sep 2011
Callaway unveil new RAZR XF irons

Hot on the heels of consecutive European Tour victories by staff player Thomas Bjorn, Callaway Golf is launching its RAZR XF irons in October, with a stock 9-club set costing more than £1,100.

Callaway describes the clubs - each with a black PVD finish, as its highest specification game-improvement iron yet, claiming to blend 'unparalleled forgiveness and accuracy with premium material and exceptional styling.'

RAZR XF Irons are targeted toward the mid to low-handicap golfer, with a wide sole, low centre of gravity compensating for those off-centre strikes. Callaway engineers add that the 455 Carpenter steel face generates faster ball speedsfor more morer distance.

“RAZR XF Iron will appeal to  committed players focused on maximising their potential," says Callaway's European chief Neil Howie.

The RAZR XF will have a recommend price of £1,149 for the steel shafts and £1,299 for graphite, both available in both right and left-handed models (3-SW). A 7-club women's right-handed version features 5-iron to SW.

For details of the complete Callaway product range, visit