The two-piece clubhead has a 360-degree cup-face design to boost ball speeds on shots struck all across the face.
Meaty sole gives you the ability to slash through the thickest stuff—this club shines in the rough and other trouble shots; testers can move the ball in either direction without much effort; a relatively penetrating flight.
A very powerful club that offers a bit more help on misses than many others in the category. The XR Pro is a smart option for guys looking to move from a game-improvement model into the better-player category.
One of the more forgiving sets in the better-player category; high marks for consistency, particularly if long and straight is what you want; short irons are real pin-seekers.
Its strongest asset—some guys pick up as much as one full club over their current set; testers rave about the distance on center strikes and report strong carry on misses as well.
Soft, dampened impact sound and feel on misses with the XR Pro; stable, well-balanced sticks throughout the swing; some testers report a noticeable rebound effect at impact that makes balls jump off the face.
For a handful of guys, the midsize face is reassuring at address; a thicker topline and wider sole than most tested; attractive, solid appearance overall.