Very quickly, I narrowed the choices down to the two newest Callaway models, the RAZR and the Diablo Edge. Both are considered game improvement clubs, although the Edge clubs are more forgiving while the RAZR will give you more feedback. Titleist 712 AP1 Fers I was at one of those stores where the salespeople work on commission, meaning the gentleman kept pushing me toward the RAZR (more expensive by about $100). Fortunately, I took so much time with testing them out that he went on break, leaving me in the hands of an actual Callaway fitter who happened to be in the store that day. Since I was already choosing between two different models from his company, and he didn't get paid based on what I bought, his only goal became to figure out which of these two models worked for me.
Despite the hype surrounding the RAZR (it is an excellent club), he was very frank that the EDGE is more forgiving and easier to get in the air.Callaway X-24 Hot Fers I consistently performed better with the EDGE clubs (much to the chagrin of my salesperson when he returned). Honestly, if I was a consistent 12-18 handicap, I would have picked up the RAZR in an instant. They are a gem to hit and provide more feedback than the EDGE irons. But, simply put, the EDGE's are more forgiving and I'm not a consistent 12-18 handicap. Taylormade RocketBallz RBZ Fers Given that I work more and play less, I'll probably hover between 20-25 unless I make a few million and retire early, spending much of my time on the course (I still hold on to my X-14 Pros just in case I wake up one day as a scratch).They're really great clubs. The extra club face goes a long way. This is my third set of clubs and are by far my favorite.