As you can see that many golf clubs for sale are available in 2 closed series, especially the irons. Several golf brands would promote both of the common irons and pro irons. They are 2 same series but also different in some tencholog. For example, not long ago, Callaway has launched updates to the popular Callaway Apex Irons, which is called Callaway Apex Pro Irons, now tailoring its face cup technology toward the better player looking for a soft feel and precision. Both will go on sale on October 30th.
The Callaway Apex Pro Irons for sale are Callaway’s first forged players iron to feature 360 Face Cup technology found in the brand’s fairway woods, hybrids and game improver irons that allows more of the face to flex for extra ball speed. It has been precision engineered in the 3-7 irons to provide consistent ball speed across the face in a forged Apex design. In the shorter Callaway Apex Pro Irons, a uniquely engineered face plate enhances feel and distance control.
The set is progressive too, meaning that the offset, sole widths, CG height and notch weighting change as the Callaway Apex Pro Irons get shorter to provide the right balance of ball flight, playability, forgiveness and control for each Callaway Big Bertha Alpha Driver. The longer irons feature more offset where you need it for more forgiveness, while the shorter irons have a more compact shape with less offset for feel and control.
An extremely precise quadruple net forging, precision milling, and 1025 mild carbon steel produces the soft feel better players expect from a forged iron. Some golfers who’ve never been able to play a forged iron because they haven’t felt they were good enough, now the Callaway Apex Pro Irons give them the distance and forgiveness that they needed but with the aspirational aspect of a forged iron.
In a word, these 2 new irons would meet most golfers’ demand at any level. It works for golfers who are evolving and getting better with their game. Everyone wants to improve his or her game, right?