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Reaching the Apex: Callaway Apex 21 Pro Irons Review

Golf Equipment test and review: Callaway Apex 21 Pro Irons review

 

Golf Club Tested

Club: Callaway Apex 21 Pro
Shaft:
True Temper Elevate ETS 85g
Flex: Stiff

Lie: Standard

Golf Equipment test and review: Callaway Apex 21 Pro Irons review

Golf Equipment test and review: Callaway Apex 21 Pro Irons review

Golf Equipment test and review: Callaway Apex 21 Pro Irons review

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Golf Equipment test and review: Callaway Apex 21 Pro Irons review


Technology:

Callaway have announced their new family of forged Apex irons which are the Apex 21, Apex DCB, Apex Pro 21, Apex TCB and Apex MB Irons. After the success of utilising AI in their drivers, Callaway have developed an AI designed Flash Face Cup to improve ball speeds, increase spin and robustness across the face.

The use of a Tungsten energy core has increased forgiveness, while the forged body and propriety urethane microspheres deliver a solid sound and feel at impact. Callaway have also enhanced the clubheads shaping for better turf interaction.

The Apex Pro 21 Irons utilise the AI designed Flash Face achieving a high CORís and fast ball speeds, while still maintaining that soft feel from the all-new forged 1025 hollow body construction and urethane microspheres. There are up to 90 grams of tungsten in the longer irons, the most ever for any Apex model and this helps improve launch characteristics while simultaneously improving forgiveness.

Conclusion:

I had two choices of shaft to test in the Apex 21 Pro and decided on the lighter Elevate ETS stiff shaft weighing 85g thinking that I may get some extra yardage over the 110g option, but while I didnít get a chance to compare them I really did enjoy playing the lighter shaft while still having that stiff flex for control.

I really enjoy the look and more importantly the feel and sound at impact. The propriety urethane microspheres certainly delivered on that front. The Apex 21 Pros gave me a great ball flight, slightly higher than I expected especially with the lower irons, but this also helped with control going into the greens.

Because of the COVID limitations I was only able to get these out on to the golf course once, but between that and the studio testing I was more than impressed with the Apex 21 Pros and would certainly recommend you get them in your hands for testing if youíre in the market for a new set of irons this year.



Golf Equipment test and review: Callaway Apex 21 Pro Irons review

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