TaylorMade P770 VS NEW Callaway Apex Pro 21 | Brand Battle

In this video, Alex from GolfMagic compares the NEW Callaway Apex Pro 21 iron against the best iron of 2020, the TaylorMade P770 iron.

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Thu, 11 Feb 2021

TaylorMade P770 VS NEW Callaway Apex Pro 21 | Brand Battle

GolfMagic is back with another brand battle and this time, two of the latest irons in the players category go head-to-head, with the new Callaway Apex Pro taking on the TaylorMade P770.

The TaylorMade P770 hit the market last year, developed from the extremely popular P790 iron, but in a smaller and cleaner profile, making them the perfect clubs for confident ball strikers looking to pack a punch with their irons.

Callaway launched the Apex Pro irons just last month, aiming to promote Tour distance and performance for scratch or single figure handicap golfers. They also utilise an A.I.-designed Flash Face in each iron for high COR’s and fast ball speeds.

Both of these irons are not only two of the top performing clubs we have tested recently, but they look aesthetically incredible too.

We've reviewed both the Callaway Apex Pro and the TaylorMade P770 already, but which one came out on top when we put them head-to-head? Watch our latest video and find out...

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THE DETAILS

Callaway Apex Pro

The new Apex Pro 21 Irons promote Tour distance and performance for scratch or single-digit handicap golfers.

They also utilise an A.I.-designed Flash Face in each iron for high COR’s and fast ball speeds, along with extremely soft feel from an all-new forged 1025 hollow body construction and urethane microspheres.

There are up to 90 grams of tungsten in the longer irons, the most ever for any Apex model, to improve launch characteristics while simultaneously improving forgiveness.

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TaylorMade P770

Constructed from a forged hollow body with SpeedFoam™ injection and advanced tungsten weighting, this latest model is more akin to its powerhouse sibling the P•790.

In comparison to its sibling, the P•770 has a thinner top line, narrower sole and shorter blade length. The smaller construction helps inspire confidence at address, while also promoting enhanced workability and control.

Within the face is Progressive Inverted Cone Technology, which is now uniquely positioned in each P•770 iron to both increase the sweet spot and minimise the effects of common mis-hits.

ICT is positioned in the centre of the face on mid irons and more towards the toe on long irons to deliver performance exactly where golfers need it the most. SpeedFoam™ debuted in the original P•790 irons and continues to play a pivotal role in the performance of P•770.

The company’s patented Thru-Slot Speed Pocket™ (3-7 iron) is engineered for increased ball speed and distance while protecting performance on shots hit low on the face.

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Two incredible irons that any solid striker of the ball would love to have in their bag, so make sure you watch the video to see which iron won this brand battle. If you enjoyed the video, help us out my hitting that like button and comment which iron you prefer! Make sure you're subscribed to our YouTube channel so you can keep up to date with all of our content!

 

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