XR OS Irons
XR OS Irons
XR OS Irons
XR OS Irons
XR OS Irons


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Easier To Hit, More Forgiving, and Long with our Industry-Leading Face Cup. The XR OS Irons are easier to hit, more forgiving, and long with our industry-leading 360 Face Cup technology and wider soles. They’re easy to launch for a ball flight that leads to more distance.
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Long With Our Industry-leading Face Cup

Easier To Hit

More Forgiving

Progressive Lengths and Lofts

Hybrid Option Available

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Date: 18 Jan 2016

Callaway XR OS Irons – Easier to Hit & More Forgiving

For the XR OS Irons, we took our industry-leading Face Cup technology that’s helped make Callaway the #1 iron in golf, made the Face Cup even faster, and put it into a wider sole design that’s easier to hit and more forgiving. It’s easy to launch and easy to pick up distance with the Face

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Date: 18 Jan 2016

How Easy To Hit Are Callaway XR OS Irons & Hybrids? – Callaway Talks

Callaway’s SVP of R&D, Alan Hocknell, explains the groundbreaking technology that makes XR OS Irons & Hybrids so forgiving and easy to hit. Watch More Recent Callaway Talks Are The New XR 16 Drivers & Fairway Woods Really THAT Forgiving? 

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Date: 15 Jul 2016

How We Build Your Custom Callaway Irons…

What happens when you click submit on a custom irons order on CallawayGolf.com? We open the doors to our manufacturing facilities to showcase the extensive process your clubs go through before they reach your doorstep. The No. 1 Iron Brand in Golf Selector Tool: Which Iron Should You Play?

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Date: 15 Apr 2016

[Infographic] How We Got to #1 in Irons

Click to Enlarge What Exactly is 360 Face Cup Technology? Reviews: Read What People Are Saying About Our New Apex & XR OS Irons

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Date: 4 Apr 2016

5 Reasons Why Callaway is the #1 Iron Brand in Golf

At Callaway, we’re incredibly proud to have the #1 irons in golf*. It’s a credit to our world-class R&D team and all of the major technology breakthroughs they’ve made in the iron category over the past few years. It would take way too long (and consist of too may big words to list them all), so

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XR OS Irons is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 127.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very chunky I previously swung the regular Callaway XR irons and liked the feel of them. I wish I had stuck with them. These feel heavy and I don't really like the sound they make. Doesn't really produce a clean feel off the face and seem to come out lower than my old clubs. If I had to do it again, I would get the regular XRs, or maybe the XR OS with the lighter graphite shafts. I was expecting a larger jump from my 15 year old clubs.
Date published: 2017-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great irons I went back to steel shafts from previous graphite Callaway irons. These clubs are noticeably heavier and also have a larger sole plate. Took me a few rounds to adjust but the end result is better. These clubs make it easier to swing slowly through the ball. I bought 5 thru SW and hit Callaway hybrids for 3 and 4. these clubs were a birthday present from my wife and I really enjoy them
Date published: 2017-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice feeling from these irons These clubs have a great feel. I was easily able to get the ball high into the air. I instantly gained 10-15 yards per iron. I highly recommend trying these clubs.
Date published: 2017-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not Just For Beginners...A Real Game Changer If your a low handicapper and have a small wear pattern on your irons then you can skip this review. For all other mid to low handicappers that are looking for an advantage in overcoming inconsistency with controlled workability, these irons may be what you are seeking. I have been hitting Taylormade Rocket Bladez Tour Irons for about 4 years. When I hit them well, they are long and workable. Unfortunately, my ego refused to accept that I have no business playing with tour caliber irons when I only hit the sweet spot 25% of the time. I routinely left my approach shots short or off the green on either side. To wit, my statistics from over 200 rounds of golf show that I hit the fairway over 50% of the time yet I only reach greens in regulation 25% of the time. My short game and putting are making up for my missed approach shots. I decided to go to the Callaway Performance Center in Carlsbad for a fitting and it was well worth the wait for the appointment. The fitter and I worked through multiple combinations of club heads and shafts, hitting about 10 balls per combination. I hit the Apex CF16, the Steelhead XR, and the XR 16 OS and the numbers spoke for themselves. Interestingly enough, the yardage with each club head was about the same, on average within 5 yards of each other. Yet the lateral dispersion with the XR 16 OS was easily half of the other two club heads. In fact, because I hit the XR 16 OS more efficiently than the other two clubs, my yardage with these irons set the high end of the average yardage. Of course, I proved on a handful of occasions during the fitting that no piece of equipment can overcome a horrible swing.... I have since ordered and received these irons and they are now in my bag. Hitting them off of grass and in the elements, as opposed to the controlled environment of the fitting center, has not changed the outcome. I have a practice area near my house where I set up a flag from 60 to 140 yards. It is quite clear that I am playing a club less than I used to because of my better efficiency in transferring club head speed to ball speed. My routine for the past 3 years has been to hit 20 balls and count the number of balls within a 20 foot radius from the flag. With my old irons and inflated ego, I considered 50% a good number since I was typically achieving only 30% (consistent with my statistics on the course). I am now hitting 12-15 balls consistently within 20 feet of the flag. I can still work the ball left or right, yet I am no longer living in fear about how far left or right the ball will go. The best part is that my average scores are dropping along with my handicap. Well, maybe that's not such a great deal since I will need to start given more strokes to my sandbagging playing partners. Summary: These irons are as long, or longer, than the smaller center of gravity clubs that are available. This is mostly driven by the fact that these irons deliver better efficiency at impact for most amateur players. If you can let go of your ego and accept lower scores with less "pretty" irons, then I would definitely recommend you try these clubs during a fitting session to see how they work for you.
Date published: 2017-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great club Trying to transition from steel to graphite. All my buddies can hit them so it's not the club. Seventy years old and still prefer the steel.
Date published: 2017-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Game changer! Ball flight is fantastic: soars high, and far. Amazing game improvement iron set - after playing just 3 rounds, I've already chopped a good 10 strokes off my score!
Date published: 2017-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy, Happy, Happy I too had been playing the Big Bertha RCH 96's for about 20 years.Thought there was nothing out there more forgiving and easier to hit. WRONG. These XR OS graphite shafted irons are easier to hit, longer by 10 yards, smooth and fast off the face. My set in very good condition turned out to be excellent. Easy transaction. Once again, happy, happy, happy.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The clubs are terrific. I recently got a hole in one using the 7 iron The clubs are excellent and I seem to improve my accuracy with my irons. On Tuesday April 18 I got a hole in one using the 7 iron.
Date published: 2017-04-23
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