The 2011 Callaway Diablo Forged irons are making a splash on courses this summer as more and more players begin to pick them up. Callaway has a long, hard-earned reputation for being one of the top club manufacturers in the industry, and the Diablo Forged irons are going to strengthen that reputation.
The 2011 Callaway Diablo Forged irons have earned very positive reviews from most of the professionals and amateurs that have tried them out. They even earned a spot on Golf Digest’s Hot List Gold for 2011 clubs, and were praised for their innovation and performance on the course.
The specifications of the Callaway Diablo Forged irons are also impressive, and one of the main reasons they are creating this stir. The undercut cavity is designed to improve the stability of the clubhead on off-center hits. This added forgiveness means that even when you don’t hit the ball in the dead-center of the clubface it will still give you a positive result.
The 2011 Callaway Diablo Forged irons are also designed with a Carpenter 455 forged-steel face. This gives the club additional strength, which in return gives the user more power and greater distance. The addition of this small but important detail helps make the Callaway Diablo Forged irons some of the most powerful irons on the market, all the while maintaining a relatively soft and comfortable feel.
Overall the Callaway Diablo Forged irons are a solid set of 2011 irons. They are built with Callaway’s precise craftsmanship, and are sure to stand the test of time on the course. There’s no doubt that the popularity of these clubs is no accident, and will continue to grow.
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