Callaway i-brid irons

Callaway i-brid irons

Callaway Golf says its new FT i-brid iron set can help change your game and is the latest in a long legacy of innovation aimed at helping to make the game a little easier.

 Callaway says their “most technologically advanced game-improvement set” yet includes three “i-brids”, hybrid-like clubs designed to replace hard-to-hit long irons.

 The company says the i-brids “blend the control and accuracy of irons with the forgiveness, distance and versatility of hybrids. The low, deep center of gravity (CG) helps get the ball in the air quickly and easily, and the wider sole improves turf interaction.”

 The set then “seamlessly progresses” to game improving short irons that are designed for the ultimate in forgiveness and playability.

 The Mid and Short Irons have an oversized design with an increased offset, a large effective hitting and a wide sole for better turf interaction.

 The company says the clubs incorporate its “Fusion Technology, the superior weight shifting science created by Callaway Golf”.

 “Multi-material construction enables weight to be shifted for optimal performance,” it says. “The lightweight titanium body allows for an oversize club head with increased offset for greater forgiveness and an increased effective hitting area. Heavy Tunite® weighting in the sole has been concentrated more toward the heel and toe for a higher MOI and better stability while keeping the CG low and deep. The TPU SenSert® is composed of a chemically engineered thermoplastic urethane that decreases vibration and creates an incredibly solid feel.”


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