The main feature of the Callaway Diablo Edge irons is simply put… added distance. These irons are long and control is given the premium as well. In fact, it’s Callaway that has stated: “Our longest stainless steel iron ever…” Wow, now that’s a big claim! It’s a well known fact, Callaway is noted for their R&D and technology and have not taken a back seat to anyone when it comes to the these two, highly sought after, endearing qualities (distance and control).
So how did Callaway do it this time? The low deep CG (Center of Gravity) coupled with an absolutely massive sweet spot, makes this iron much more accessible, especially for the mid to higher handicapper. Core technologies like VFT, S2H2, a 360-Degree Undercut Channel and Modified Tru-Bore work together in harmony to max out distance, feel and control.
Callaway Diablo Edge Video-
Here’s another, possibly less objective video:
Actual Player Feedback
“The ball just explodes off the face without any bad feedback in the hands”
“The feel is a little like Novocaine – you don’t feel a thing. These clubs are so good even better players should take a look”
[review pros=”Besides being aesthetically keen, this iron flat out performs. Distance and control is at the forefront and baked into the design. The standard set comes with two hybrids (3 and 4) along with six irons. The Edge is also a great anti-slice iron with a big sole glides through rough as well.” cons=”Not making graphite stock option shafts available to the masses may prove an oversight by Callaway. The thicker topline can be distracting for some.” score=99.7]
Magnificent set of irons. The Callaway Diablo Edge irons are certainly atop of the class of 2010′ for the game-improvement irons (actually classified as Max Game Improvement Irons class). Even some of the better players may want to take a hard look at this set. Making the Golf Digest 2010′ Gold list is certainly no small feat.