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Heavy Tunite weighting is put into the sole to create a stable center of gravity and a high moment of inertia.

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Pros

Long irons are replaced by hybrids- saves money if you planned on buying them

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Doesn't vibrate when you hit a poor shot

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It's really easy to get the ball up in the air, even out of the rough

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Excellent clubs for beginner golfers since they're extremely forgiving

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Cons

Clubs may be too heavy for some slower swinging people

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The look really different- will take some time to get used to if your switching from a generic iron set

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The high price point is going to scare people off- especially beginners

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Lacks the feel of a more traditional irons- may experience some of those "unexplainable" shots

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The Callaway FT i-bird irons are made using a multi-material construction which creates a lightweight titanium body and an oversized clubhead. Heavy Tunite weighting is put into the sole to create a stable center of gravity and a high moment of inertia. Like some of the other Callaway drivers, the FT i-birds use TPU SenSert to decrease vibration in the swing and impact. The main feature of the FT i-birds is the low center of gravity and the wider sole for interaction with the turf. The Callaway FT i-bird irons are designed to be forgiving, so they are good option for more inexperienced players.

Features
  • Fully Integrated Set Design
  • Modified True-Bore Design
  • Improved Mid and Short Irons
  • Low center of gravity
  • Wider sole
  • TPU SenSert
  • Turnite weighting
  • Features: three hybrid clubs
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