Re: X20 tour vs X22 tourI had to get the X20 Tours because the hosel on the X22 Tour can't be adjusted for lie. So you buy them like the Pings with color dots. White is one degree up, green is one degree down, etc.. But they can't be adjusted. I was looking at a standard set that was new on the Callaway Preowned site and I need 2 degree upright so that was not an option. I got the X20 Tours instead and should have them in a week. Great place to buy from if you don't know. Got my X20 Tours "like new" (brand new on that site) and they adjusted lie up 2 degrees on all clubs (3-PW), added 1.25" of length, put on jumbo size grips, shipping free, no tax, and total was $421. Not bad for a brand new set of customized X20 Tours. If you buy "like new" on that site, you are getting brand new clubs. I have a FT-9 Tour driver coming in Wed I bought brand new for $240 ($430 club). Anyway, the guy said the X20 Tours were easier to hit than the X22 Tours. The X22 Tours have a slightly smaller head (and sweet spot I presume) than the X20 Tours. That is about all I know to be honest but that info came directly from Callaway so it should be solid. Reading you lost ten yards on these X20s makes me wonder about the shafts to be honest. Perhaps your older clubs had less stiff shafts and that is where the distance came from. That is what I am going through. I have the Big Bertha Golds (1993) with medium flex graphite. I hit the 5 iron about 200 yards and I need stiff shafts. I wanted Rifle 6.0 steel and that is what led me to the X20 Tours which have Project X 6.0 shafts. I got this set for about $100 more than a reshaft would have costed me on my current set. Point being, I hit these graphite medium flex shafts a long ways, but the fanning pattern is killing my accuracy. I am going to stiff steel for more accuracy but I could loose a few yards of distance. Accuracy is far more important though. Just thought it was worth mentioning since it is a possible cause for your loss of distance.