From GOLF Magazine (December 2012)
DESIGNED FOR: 8+ handicappers
Like its predecessor, the XCG5, these “game-improvement” irons boast four tungsten weights along the sole to increase launch and forgiveness. The weights are marginally heavier (7 to 12 grams each) and spread lower and more toward the heel and toe areas. In addition, a thinner face accounts for 5 percent more ball speed and 3 to 4 more yards than the XCG5. A “split-level” sole provides the benefit of a thin sole (minimal contact area) with a wider sole (deeper CG). The XCG6 is also available in a combo set with two hybrids (3, 4) and six irons (5-PW) for $799, steel, or $899, graphite.