Matt Every won the Arnold Palmer Invitational for the second straight season on Sunday thanks in large part to his iron game – for the week, he was second in Greens in Regulation and led the field in Strokes Gained from Tee to Green. Every has been playing Callaway Apex Pro irons recently, and carried Apex Pro 4- through 9-irons at Bay Hill.
The Apex Pro irons were introduced in 2014 with a suggested retail price of $1,375 per set (3-iron through pitching wedge). Their heads have a one-piece, 1020 carbon steel, forged construction designed specifically to deliver a soft and responsive feel.
They're more compact than the standard Apex clubs, and have less offset, a thinner topline, a narrower sole and a shorter blade length from heel to toe. The faces include Callaway's High Performance Wide Groove profile to keep better players from generating too much spin.
These Apex Pro irons currently have an estimated trade-in value of $288.58 per set and an estimated resale value of $459.11, according to the PGA.com Value Guide
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