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||By dan j on 3/27/2016
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Handicap: 0-5 Plays Golf: I play more than once a week Dexterity: Right Hand
upgraded from the 14 apex pros. The finish on those wore quickly and I liked the thinner top line on these. Forgiveness is excellent and feel is great as well. Plus you can upgrade some shafts and grips if you like.. which is very because I am not a project x fan.
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The Callaway Apex Pro 16 Irons
The Callaway Apex Pro 16 iron is set up with a forged performance geared towards the skilled golfer. This iron came from leaning on Tour players to create exactly what they like in terms of performance, looks, and playability. Callaway gave it to them. These irons have a traditional look with a super soft feel; exactly what Tour players demand. It’s also packed with technology so it can be played by top Tour players and skilled players alike.
The Callaway Apex Pro 16 iron has a shape that was heavily influenced by Tour players. It has a nice thin topline with clean and crisp lines. It’s manufactured from 1025 mild carbon steel through a quadruple net forging to create the ultra soft feel. The iron set also features a progressive center of gravity for exact precision and optimum playability.
The longer irons (3-5) feature more offset and even have tungsten inserted to help launch the ball higher. The shorter irons (6-PW) have a slightly higher center of gravity to create a more penetrating ball flight. The Callaway Apex Pro 16 irons will have a Project X shaft as the stock shaft, while there’s also a wide variety of steel shaft options to dial in your playing preferences.