I hit these today to start my club search for my bag set up in the Morgan Cup 2.0 as a Callaway Staff member. First thoughts:
Looks: These are some of the cleanest irons I have ever held in my hands. They just scream players iron. Very nice thin top line, with very little coloring or decoration on the back. Very simplistic and very beautiful with a nice chrome finish.
Feel: They are exactly what they say. As a forged iron, when struck well, they feel amazing. The ball just wants to jump off the face of the club. However, there was quite a bit of feedback when struck thin. This was expected as that is exactly what is advertised. Personally, I do like feedback in my irons.
Workability: I hit these inside so it was tough to tell. But according to the computer system that I used, the ball did exactly what I wanted, when I wanted it to. My normal ball flight (slight fade) was apparent and if I turned my hands over, a slight draw was visible. I also hit several balls that were dead straight down the line. I can't wait to hit these outside to actually see it for myself.
Distance: These were about 5-8 yards longer for me than the Razr X Tour Forged. I hit about 35 balls with the 6 iron, and the distance average was 188 yards with several that measured over 194. My longest was 198. Again, this was inside on a computer generated system. This distance was comparable to my current 6 iron, if not slightly longer.
Final thoughts: I was in love with these the moment I looked at them. If you are looking to purchase a true players iron with a ton of workability, lower ball flight, and a club that feels great on well struck shots as well as letting you know when you when you don't get it flush, give these a test drive.