The Callaway Tour Series X-20 golf clubs are a professional-quality set of clubs that are fit for any game. This set of nine clubs were manufactured by Royal Precision for Callaway Golf and includes the Callaway Golf logo on the head of the clubs. These clubs are available with either steel or graphite shafts and for both right- and left-handed golfers. The Callaway Tour Series X-20 set of golf clubs have been discontinued by Callaway.
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A set of Callaway Tour Series X-20 golf clubs includes eight basic clubs numbered two through nine. All of these clubs have a swing-weight classification of D2, but their individual specifications vary from there. For instance, the 2-iron has a loft angle of 18 degrees, a lie angle of 59.5 degrees and a bounce angle of 1.0, while the 6-iron has a loft angle of 30 degrees, a lie angle of 61.5 degrees and a bounce angle of 3.0 The 9-iron in the Callaway Tour Series X-20 has a loft angle of 42 degrees, a lie angle of 63.0 degrees and a bounce angle of 6.0. These clubs also vary in length, with the shortest of the numbered irons, the 9-iron, measuring in at 36 inches and the longest, the 2-iron, at 39.5 inches.
A set of Callaway Tour Series X-20 golf clubs also includes one pitching wedge. The pitching wedge has a loft angle of 46 degrees, a lie angle of 63.5 degrees and a bounce angle of 7.0. The pitching wedge has a length of 35.5 inches and a swing weight classification of D3.
Royal Precision manufactured three separate lines of Callaway Tour Series X-20 golf clubs. All are low-torque clubs with flighted kickpoints, but flex ratings range from 5.0 to 6.5.
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