When the X-22 irons was one of the bestsales and leading the top irons list, and was becoming hotter and hotter in every golf shop, the Callaway released the X-24 Hot irons before the X-22 heat starts to fade. The company is touting the Callaway X-24 Hot irons as the longest and most accurate irons the company has ever made.
Like previous X Series irons, Callaway designed the faces of the X-24 Hot to progress from thick on the bottom to thin along the topline. According to Callaway, this lowers the center of gravity and makes getting the ball into the air a lot easier.
Like its predecessors (the X-22, X-20), the Callaway X-24 Hot irons also feature an undercut channel behind the face. The material and weight removed from that area are redistributed to the heel and toe areas to help create more stability.
Where the X-24 Hot irons differ greatly is in the finish. Instead of bright, shiny chrome the clubs come standard in a glare-reducing rusty brown finish.
Technologies employed by the Callaway X-24 Hot irons:
VFT® Face Technology: A robust, hot clubface with a large sweet spot generates faster balls speeds for maximum distance, even on off-center hits.
Precision Notch Weighting: More weight in the perimeter of the clubhead promotes pinpoint accuracy and control and enables an optimal CG position that provides strong trajectories.
Stealth PVD Finish: Dark Physical Vapor Deposition Finish comes from a high-tech process that produces a distinctive, non-glare finish.
Callaway Core Technologies: S2H2®, a 360-Degree Undercut Channel and Modified Tru-Bore® work together to provide total performance and enhanced feel for a wide range of golfers.