ClubTest ‘Best in Show’: Two Callaway irons you can trust when it matters

Callaway Apex Pro and Mavrik Max irons

Callaway's Apex Pro and Mavrik Max irons.

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Covid-19 may have put any purchasing ideas you had in March on hold. Now, it’s game on, and time to reassess your equipment needs. So, we’ve compiled the “Best in Show” from ClubTest 2020 to give you a refresher. These clubs are bold and beautiful, like the game itself. In this edition, we highlight Callaway’s Mavrik and Apex Pro irons.

Why We Love Them

Callaway Mavrik irons

No two fingerprints are alike. The same can be said of Callaway’s Mavrik irons (Standard, Max and Pro), which were created using the same supercomputing capabilities used to craft the company’s metal woods. The end result is individual AI-designed clubfaces that optimize launch, spin and performance for every iron in the set.

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Callaway Mavrik Max irons

Buy your own Callaway Mavrik, Mavrik Pro and Mavrik Max irons here.

Callaway Apex Pro irons

Built for strong ball strikers who can handle a smaller, compact profile, each Apex Pro is forged from 1025 carbon steel and injected with tiny urethane microspheres behind the face to deliver a buttery-soft feel. The long irons (3–7) feature tungsten to lower the CG and 360 face cups for more speed.

Callaway Apex Pro irons

Buy your own Callaway Apex Pro irons here.

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