Callaway has added to its Apex product line, first introduced two years ago, with the launch of its new Apex irons, Apex Pro irons and Apex hybrids.
Apex CF16 Irons
Available in three iron through sand wedge, the new Apex CF 16 irons are engineered with Cup 360 technology for consistent ball speed across the face and playability in a forged players iron.
The progressive design is used to create scoring performance through the set from long irons to short irons.
Multi-piece construction combines distance, feel and control, with soft feel coming from quadruple net forging and mild carbon steel.
The Cup 360 technology has been a staple of Callaway fairway woods and irons and now offers consistent ball speed across the face in a forged Apex design.
The progressive offset, sole widths, centre of gravity height and notch weighting are in place to provide the right balance of ball flight, playability, forgiveness and control for each iron.
The longer irons feature more offset for more forgiveness, while the shorter irons have a more compact shape with less offset for feel and control.
The longer irons (three through seven) utilize the Cup 360 to increase ball speeds and forgiveness across the face. In the shorter irons, Callaway included an engineered face plate to enhance feel and distance control.
Callaway also applied a precise quadruple net forging, precision milling, and 1025 mild carbon steel for soft feel in a forged iron.
Shaft options include the UST Mamiya Recoil 760/780 in graphite and True Temper XP 95 in steel.
Apex Pro 16 Irons
Callaway focused on its tour players and what they like and relied on their feedback for a forged design that has a classic, authentic look and soft feel from quadruple net forging.
The 1025 mild carbon steel and advanced quadruple net forging creates that soft feel, while multi-material design is used to optimize centre of gravity in each club.
The longer irons have more offset and a tungsten insert to lower CG for higher launch. The shorter irons have a higher CG for a controlled, penetrating trajectory.
Shaft options include a UST Mamiya Recoil 95/110 in graphite and True Temper Project X in steel. Project X stock steel offerings with a wide selection of steel shaft options are also available at no upcharge.
Available in two through five, this is the first hybrid for the Apex and Apex Pro player, using a Forged Face Cup for ball speeds and Internal Standing Wave for versatility.
It has precision shaping with a longer, more iron-like blade length and a neutral bias for better players.
Designed to transitions perfectly from your irons. It has a longer, more-iron like blade length.
The Forged Face Cup is made from Carpenter 455 Steel and designed for increased ball speed at all impact locations.
Stock Shaft is the Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Black