How much are Danny Willett's irons worth?

Danny Willett
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The Apex Pro irons that Danny Willett uses have a one-piece, 1020 carbon steel, forged construction designed specifically to deliver a soft and responsive feel.
By John Holmes
PGA.com

Series: Product Spotlight

Published: Monday, April 11, 2016 | 3:27 p.m.
 
Many golf fans might remember this Masters as the one that got away from Jordan Spieth, but the fact is Danny Willett played steady golf in trying conditions all week and pounced on the opportunity when it presented itself. More impressively, he did it only days after his son was born – and after arriving at Augusta National on Monday night of Masters Week. In fact, he was the last player to check in for the tournament.
 
Willett played the Masters with a bag that includes a brand-new Callaway XR 16 driver and fairway woods. But he won the green jacket with his Apex Pro irons – he was tied for sixth in Greens in Regulation, hitting 48 of the 72 greens. And of his five final-round birdies, four of them came after hitting irons into the greens.      
 
 
The Apex Pro irons from Callaway have a one-piece, 1020 carbon steel, forged construction designed specifically to deliver a soft and responsive feel. Their heads are 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. And tungsten inserts in the soles of the long irons make them easier to swing.
 
 
The Callaway Apex Pro irons made their debut at retail in 2014 with a suggested retail price of $1,375 per set. They currently have an estimated trade-in value of $232 per set and an estimated resale value of $406 per set, according to the PGA.com Value Guide and Trade-in Network.
 
Are you looking to buy these irons? Do you have some and want to sell them? Either way, it's easy – you can find out all you need to know by clicking the links above. On the Value Guide, you can look up the trade-in value on virtually any golf club made in the past 10 years. And because it is the national standard for golf club values, you'll know you're getting the fair market value. 
 
 
About the PGA.com Value Guide
The PGA.com Value Guide was created to fill a need in the used golf club market for credible, powerful value standards – and to make the buying, selling and trading of used golf clubs more efficient and fair for both retailers and consumers. With the PGA.com Value Guide, the trading, buying and selling of used golf clubs is easier and more used golf clubs are available at fair market prices, making the game more affordable to more people.
 

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