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Diamonds in the Rough
Edwin Watts golf offers some superb products that you definitely don't want to overlook. If they didn't get there deserved share of media fanfare when first coming to the market, then now is your chance to prosper. They're great pieces of equipment that can really boost your game and lower your score. And regardless of if they've been out in the market for a while of brand new to it, our Watts Experts have tested them out in the field and found them to be more than worthwhile. So here are some Diamonds In The Rough that will keep you out of the rough. We've found these gems to be terrific values for your game. We highly suggest you give them strong consideration.
Callaway X Utility Prototype Mens Iron Individual Steel
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X Utility Prototype Irons
The new Callaway X Utility Prototype Irons are made with a hollow forged construction and a high-strength steel face that produces high ball speeds. Available in three different lofts -18°, 21° and 24°- these forged Utility irons also feature a shallow face height (from sole to top line) with a deep center of gravity and a very appealing, strong sound at impact.
Crafted by Roger Cleveland
Callaway Chief Designer Roger Cleveland crafted these technical irons for tour pros who wanted to hit shots with higher launch angles and take on windy conditions. Cleveland has said that he wanted to develop a three-loft concept with a new design that was shallower, had a deeper CG, and that created a higher launch angle which is difficult to achieve in longer irons.
After Being Introduced In May, They Quickly Became A Popular Choice On Tour
The X Utility Prototype Irons were first introduced in May at the HP Byron Nelson Championship, where they immediately went into the bags of Callaway staffers like Ernie Els, Phil Mickelson, Kelly Kraft and Danny Lee. These clubs have continued to have great success on the PGA Tour, spurring Callaway to win the utility iron count at the Open Championship.