Callaway Legacy Forged Iron Set Fits For Beginners

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Published: 13th January 2011
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Callaway has followed up their new 2009 US releases with a model headed straight for Japan in the new year. It bears some resemblances to many of the previous models but has a couple differences that make it standout in our opinion.

The design of Legacy Forged Iron Set was supervised by Roger Cleveland specifically for the Japanese market featuring a easy to use head shape, slightly higher heel and semi goose neck. The target audience is the mid handicapper to lower handicapper looking for a blend of forgiveness, performance in a mid sized high tech forged cavity back.

Sweden’s iconic golfer, with nine Tour and two Ryder Cup wins to his name, spent almost a year in the world top ten at the start of the decade and reached a career-high seven in 2000 – the highest world ranking achieved by a Swedish golfer until Henrik Stenson surpassed it in 2007.

Callaway has slotted the Legacy right in between the X-Forged and X-20. The Legacy Iron features a soft forged body coupled with VAR (Vibration Absorption Rubber) and a high strength steel face for a solid but soft feel. Allows for exceptional touch and feel around the greens. Available in two finishes: durable Satin Chrome or Vintage, which is the look preferred by most tour players.

The 45-year-old has spent a lot of the last two years struggling with injury, but has been granted full exemption for the year for being among the top 50 all-time earner on the PGA Tour. But the Swede’s injury problems, which have restricted him to just 19 starts in 24 months, are far from behind him as he prepares for the second leg of the season-opening Hawaiin swing. Speaking to the PGA Tour website, he said: "This is something I’m going to have to deal with for the rest of my life, whether I keep playing golf or not.

It makes golf affordable and passes the savings on to you. You'll be well-informed about the purchase of clubs at the best discount prices, what golf equipment you really need and hot sale products list. Overall, they would definitely be a great iron set for a beginner or a senior golfer in particular.

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