|CALLAWAY FUSION WIDE SOLE 4-PW IRONS STEEL UNIFLEX 82268|
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|The Callaway Fusion Wide Sole is a product that has its own niche. This type of golf club with a wide sole and larger head is known to be amongst the most forgiving irons. In that respect, the Callaway Fusion Wide Soles score heavily. More skilled golfers may prefer smaller soles, but for those who need to feel more confident in their irons and require a larger face, but lesser weight, these golf clubs should do the trick. With the added advantage of being a quality product from a great equipment company, the Callaway Fusion Wide Sole would certainly add to the quality of your kit.|
|Model||Fusion Wide Sole|
|Club Type||Iron set|
|Head Material||Tunite/Titanium/TPU SenSert|
Average review score based on 29 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
As I'm not the world's gift to golfing, I selected my clubs by how I felt looking down the shaft at the heads. Not being certain Golf was going to be my sport of choice, I looked "down the barrel" of several brands. I liked the strong "feel" of confidence when I looked down the shaft of the Callaway Fusion Wide Sole irons.
That confidence soon went away when I looked at the price, so I elected to buy a set of Callaway Fusion Wide Sole clones. A year later, I was offered a set of Ping irons at a very reasonable price. After working with the Ping clubs for about three months, everything I was doing right, went away.
When I pulled out my clones I was back to that confident feeling. That was my true test. I sold the Ping clubs and found the "real thing" on eBay. It took me almost two years to validate my initial decision.
The Callaway Wide Sole irons are gentle on vibration, carry enough head weight to help me guide the direction of the ball, and offer equal control from 180 yards out to 15 yards from the cup.
How great that a real beginner can begin to hit with "Those League Players". Let them bring out their blade irons. I've got a great feeling club that plays better than I deserve. And, best of all, I carry the Callaway quality in my bag.
I have been hitting Wilson Fat Shaft Irons for several years. I hit them straight as an arrow and long. I bought the Callaway irons as a "back-up" to the Wilsons
but have switched to the Callaways based on there superior overall performance.
I think the "feel" as well as the "looks" of the club have also made me to decide to switch. I would highly recommend this club to golfers with a 12-14 handicap.
I bought these clubs because they were the most well known clubs on Roger Maltby's playability index; they were allegedly one of the most forgiving clubs available. Using them I broke 90 for the first time and I am now spending more time in the fairways and less in the jungle and desert.
They came as a full set with four wedges and I now have every distance from 200 yards to the green covered.
Very pleased with my purchase.
I got a fine deal on my Callaway Fusion Wide Sole irons. The follow I purchased them from was a little testy about all the questions I presented to him. These clubs have been counterfeited enough times where a buyer must be cautious. I tested them with a magnet and contacted Callaway with the serial number right after purchase was made. They are solid clubs. I played Callaway VFT for five years and these are better. They feel as sweet as any club I have swung. These are worth every penny i spent on them.
These clubs are long and forgiving, once a pretty good golfer who got older I just had problems with my steel shafted TaylorMades. The Wide Sole Fusions fitted with graphite "R" flex shafts brought back a lot of distance as well as control due to the wide soles, these clubs are smooth and because of the inserts no painful vibration into the hands and up the arms, which really helps the Arthritis. I hit a lot of clubs before choosing these and none came close.