The most unique par-3 in golf?
The 11th at this year’s U.S. Open is in use for the first championship since 1913, and it got us wondering how we’d all fare on the rather special design…
What did a good iron shot look like for you in 2021? What did a bad shot look like? We ask because we have a way of making both of those better. In fact, we have a way of helping you with whatever part of iron-play you struggle with...
You might already know about the new Callaway Rogue ST range, but how much do you know about the irons? They’re designed with speed-tuned tungsten weighting, which enhances stability for a clean, confident strike across the face. The incredible amounts of forgiveness this provides means mistakes are punished less and you can find good shots more consistently. Sounds good, right?
Callaway has had plenty of famous Tour-player irons. The Apex irons have been hugely successful, with a compact shape and forged-blade feel that delivers ultimate playability for you to attack the flag at will. And, if you’re a particularly confident iron player, you might even opt for the Apex Pro’s ultra-compact design.
Bridging that gap between game-improvement irons and players irons is Callaway’s Apex DCB model. While you can enjoy Callaway’s iconic forged feel, you can also feel confident in your strike thanks to the deep cavity back, wide sole and smooth turf interaction.
All this adds up to more accuracy than last year, whether that’s pin-seeking or just finding fairways & greens more regularly. We have no doubt you’ll see the results, and all you have to do is book yourself an iron fitting with us to really maximise your potential in 2022.