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Golf Australia Express : September 2014
the gear N OT a fan of hybrids but still having trouble consistently hitting your long irons? What you might be looking for is a 'utility' club, and the latest Apex out of Callaway's offices should have you breathing a sigh of relief on those reachable par-5s. A classic long iron shape will please many traditionalists, while its Carpenter 455 Forged Face Cup — the same one used in Callaway fairway woods and hybrids — should help generate higher ball speeds and serious distance. Sole weighting lowers the centre of gravity in these irons, which should assist in achieving a higher ballflight. Each loft offering (18, 21 and 24 degrees) comes standard with a KBS Tour-V shaft. The UST Recoil 680 F4 Shaft (graphite) is also available as a custom option. OTG BEAUTILITY CALLAWAY'S APEX UTILITY IRON View the Apex Utility Iron Image Gallery Available October 1 with a $269 price tag.