Ben Hogan Apex Plus Forged Game Improver Irons Review

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  • RRP £599.00

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A Ben Hogan forged iron differs from any other irons because of its incredible performance, unparalleled feel, and jaw-dropping beauty.

When Ben Hogan introduced the first forged, perimeter-weighted irons in 1989, he built the club some said, "couldn't be made." The "impossible" combination of perimeter-weighted forgiveness and forged feel. This experience, technology and innovation shapes the Ben Hogan Apex Plus. Many golfers have aspired to play a Ben Hogan Apex. Now, the perimeter-weighted Apex Plus provides an appreciably larger sweet spot across the face of the club, from heel to toe. Off-centre hits will go longer, be more accurate and just happen to "feel" a lot better, too.

Apex Plus Features:

Perimeter-weighted for generous forgiveness of off-centre hits.

Modified muscle-cavity design for the ultimate in feel, feedback and forgiveness.

Forged 1030 carbon steel for excellent feel and feedback.

Progressive face thicknesses to move the Centre of Gravity where it is needed-low in the long irons, higher in the short irons-for trajectory control throughout the set.

Cambered sole for versatility on all playing surfaces and lies.

Progressive offset for higher trajectory on the long irons. Fort Worth craftsmanship and uncompromised commitment to quality.

Contact: 0800 7311480

Product Information

Left Handed available
Custom-Fit available
Forgiveness levelMedium
Graphite shafts available
Iron typeMuscle back

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