The Fujikura Tour Rep just tweeted photos of the new Callaway Driving iron.

Golfwrx shot photos of this club back at the Las Vegas Open (last year?) when it was really raw & Ernie Els was testing it. Looks like it made the grade.

Click here to see more pics and read the discussion in the forums

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  1. If you are talking about your iron swing speed being 90, you should hit your 3 iron 240+. But to answer your question using your number, a 90mph swing transfers to about 105 with the driving iron. A driving iron with 24* loft will go 250-270 depending on steepness of your swing.

  2. I have club head speed in the mid 90″s but have always hit my 3 iron further than my three wood. How does the driving iron compare in distance for the pros vs. a driver? If I hit my three iron 220 – 225, how far would you anticipate that I would hit a driving iron

    • Hey Dave, I hit my forged 4 iron 230 carry. I am hitting my callaway proto 24 degree 248 carry. I have a driver club head speed of 118 and 92 for my irons. Hope this helps you. I love the club and glad I bought it as I can only hit irons well and fairway woods.