Golf geeks, rejoice!

The new Apex CF 16 – Apex Pro 16 irons are now available in a beautiful, satin chrome finish combo set.

From the moment we launched the Apex CF 16 and Apex Pro irons, we’ve been getting flooded with questions from you guys about the best way to build your own combo set. The only issues were that the lofts between the two sets are slightly different (which could cause gapping issuses) and that the Apex Pros had a shiny chrome finish which differed from the satin chrome of the standard Apex CF 16s. Welp, we’ve fixed all of that.

The new Apex combo set truly represents the best of both worlds. In the lower lofted irons (3-7) we offer the 360 Face Cup technology for incredible ball speeds, and the higher lofts (8-A) have the shaping and progressive CG of the Apex Pro.

Order Your Combo Set HERE!

And finally, the lofts have all been adjusted for proper gapping and a seamless transition throughout the set.

This is a custom built combo set only, available in RH in 3-PW, 3-AW, 4-PW or 4-AW. Both sets have the standard Apex CF 16 thru the 7-iron. And as always, you can choose among our wide selection of  steel shaft options at no up-charge.

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  • Jeff Kisner
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    Considering Callaway’s # 1 endorsement uses left handed sticks, you would think that a left handed golfer would be able to take advantage of the combo set as well. Phil….. can you chime in on the discussion?

    • LeftyBombs13
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      Phil pretty please help to get this set available in LH…so want to replace my Apex Pro’s with this gorgeous set makeup!!

  • Mark Hodgson
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    Will these be available as singles. I have x prototype utilities in 21 and 24 and an md3 50 so it looks like 6-pw would be the right clubs to fill the gaps.

  • Christopher Berberet
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    Will these be available with Recoil graphite options? Specifically Recoil 95?
    Oops…never mind. Got my answer by going to the ordering site! Thanks!

  • Stone Gossardish
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    I think we’re finally inching towards a set of Apex Irons that eclipse the ones from the late 80s and early 90s. To date, other than being longer than those, have they ever been better? Probably not. Go hit those old ones and let the feel tell you.

  • Billy Hayes
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    I just sold my set of apex irons which consisted of Apex standard irons 4-5-6 and Apex pro 7-8-9-wedge. I know within 1 week just how much I am missing them. I foolishly bought a set of Ping G irons and cannot get on with them. What configuration would you suggest.

    • A.J. Voelpel
      A.J. Voelpel
      Reply

      Questionable move Billy! Was there something about the Apex irons that were giving you fits?

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