When did Callaway X-14 irons come out?

When did Callaway X-14 irons come out?

CARLSBAD, CA, October 24, 2000 – Callaway Golf Company (NYSE:ELY) is introducing the Big Bertha® Steelhead™ X-14® Pro Series Irons, a new design based on the tour-proven Big Bertha Steelhead X-14 Irons introduced this past January.

What year did Callaway x16 Pro Series come out?

Steelhead X-16 Irons will be available in standard and Pro Series versions and are currently scheduled to ship to golf shops by January 2003. These new irons join the Hawk Eye(R) VFT(R) Tungsten Injected(TM) Titanium Irons, Big Bertha Irons and Steelhead X-14 Irons in Callaway Golf’s product line.

Are Callaway Steelhead x16 irons forgiving?

But they really are forgiving clubs, with a large sweet spot: my natural slice is much more controllable than usual, with less balls winging into the jungle. I’m hitting the ball longer. Also, for some unknown reason, I’ve yet to hit a bad shot with the 4-iron. And I’ve had a few rounds with these clubs.

Are Callaway clubs good for beginners?

Callaway Golf is well known for engineering the easiest to hit, most forgiving, and longest clubs available in the market today. We have the best golf clubs for beginners to make the game more enjoyable as you continue to learn and develop your unique swing.

Are Callaway irons good for beginners?

Best Choice: Callaway Rogue Irons “The soft feel of these irons are great for beginners and players with lower swing speeds who are looking for more distance.”

What year did Callaway Big Bertha x12 irons come out?

X-12 Irons The Big Bertha X12s hit shelves in 1998 and featured stainless steel heads along with a lower CG for high launch.

What year were Callaway x12 irons made?

X-12 Irons The Big Bertha X12s hit shelves in 1998 and featured stainless steel heads along with a lower CG for high launch. The lower CG improved the irons’ forgiveness and they proved very popular as they had a smaller profile than the original Big Bertha.

Which is better Callaway X 14 or x 16?

The standard X-16 Irons have a shorter blade length and a higher topline than the X-14 irons, with the benefit of Callaway Golf”s new “Notch” weighting. This moves the weight to the perimeter for strong, confidence-enhancing look behind the ball.

What are the names of the Callaway X-16 Irons?

Callaway X-16 Iron Set Name Loft Lie Bounce SW 1 Iron 16° 58.5° 0° D0 2 Iron 18° 59.2° 0° D2 3 Iron 21° 59.9° 0.5° D2 4 Iron 24° 60.6° 0.5° D2

Why are Callaway irons used in Swing Golf?

This increased Moment of Inertia allows shots struck off-center to keep their line and retain ball speed for distance. Fitting Message Make sure your Callaway irons are giving you the best possible performance.