In this video, Hireko’s own Jeff and Rob will tell you a little bit more about the Power Play Caiman X2 Raw Power irons and how combined with today’s lighter weight, higher-launching shafts  is going to provide that extra distance many golfers crave, yet still provide all the game improvement features that will help them lower their score.

In addition, the intelligent design provides better distance gapping between each club in the set and yet consolidates one club in the bag.  Check out the video to see how you or possibly your customers can benefit from the Caiman X2 Raw Power irons.

Power Play Caiman X2 Rawpower Iron – Custom Assembled $24.95 each
Power Play Caiman X2 Rawpower Iron – Clubhead $9.95 each
Power Play Caiman X2 Rawpower Iron with Quikfit $14.95 each

3 Comments on Add Distance with the New Power Play Caiman X2 Rawpower Irons

  1. Well, the inflation transformation is nearly complete. In the mid-nineties, the typical set of irons was lofted at 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40, 44. But that was 3i-9i, not 4i-PW.

    I suppose that IS one way to get more distance from your irons. But I’ve always thought that, for all clubs except the driver and longest fairway club, CONSISTENT distance was more important than MAXIMUM distance. I know the philosophy doesn’t win the contest of, “I hit my 7-iron farther than you hit yours.” But it results in lower scores.

  2. Moe Selchen says:

    Are Project X Flighted shafts considered to be lighter weight, higher-launching?

  3. Jeff Summitt says:

    Moe:

    The Project X Flighted would be considered a heavier weight shaft and one that provides a low-ish ball flight. The new PXi is lighter (taper tip too), but still as light as the new generation of steel shafts.

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