Callaway Apex 19 irons review: NCG verdict
I loved the 2016 version of these irons and the latest models don’t disappoint.
They’ve got a wide-range of appeal, suiting players from a teen handicap to tour players.
Personally, I’d be going for the regular Apex as I don’t think there’s any sacrifice at all.
They are a bit similar to the Mizuno JPX919 Forged in that regard as they give you the best of both worlds.
Superb sound, feel and accuracy but also a bit of assistance if you don’t find the middle of the clubface.
If you find the middle more often than not then the Pro model will be right in your wheelhouse.
They will be right up there with any players iron in 2019 and I’m certain they will get a lot of use on tour.
Some people may think about a combo set between the two but there’s a different finish on each model and that would put me off mixing the set.
And as I say there’s not any sacrifice on looks and feel with the regular Apex iron.
So were they worth the wait?
Callaway Apex 19 irons details
SRP: £ 1,299 (steel), £1,399 (graphite)
Stock shaft: True Temper Elevate 95
On-sale: January 25
More information can be found on the Callaway website