Callaway Apex 19 irons review: The results
These irons were already ticking a lot of boxes for me before I gave them a hit.
They look fantastic in the bag and in the address position and you can tell they are loaded with technology.
So it’s a nice blend of clean, stylish looks while still offering a bit of help and forgiveness.
The regular Apex 19 iron is easy to hit but has a lovely forged, blade-like feel at impact.
When switching to the Apex Pro there’s not quite the same forgiveness levels but the feeling when you strike it out of the middle is sensational.
There are fairly traditional lofts here so don’t expect to be hitting distances of some of the strong-lofted distance irons on the market.
And while these irons do feel quite powerful, they are more about the feel and precision which better players crave.
Or what mid-high handicappers want as they look to improve. It’s certainly what I’m looking for in an iron these days.
So which of the Apex 19 irons should be going in your bag? Read our expert’s verdict on the next page…