Callaway Golf's Epic Speed Driver and Apex Pro21 Irons Are Designed by "A.I."

For players that want amplified speed, distance, and performance.

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Callaway Golf introduces its new composite clubs for 2021. The artificial intelligence-designed face for both the driver and irons structure velocity with tour representation to assure a better handle and tempo.

The Callaway Epic Speed Driver retains a hardened body in the upright orientation utilizing an A.I. blueprint from the Jailbreak Speed Frame. The present construction has face amplification to heighten ball speed since the titanium elevates forgiveness and spin. The bigger ribbon and flatter peak is designed for an accurate and modernized build, with Callaway’s Triaxial carbon covering a sizable section of the crown and toe. This is essential to the weight reduction of over 16 grams vs. a titanium crown.

In addition, the Flash Face Cup is a new technology introduced into the forged Apex Pro Iron with the assembly that generates COR’s (Coefficient of Restitution) for fast rate and upgraded spin for each club. Callaway’s trademark urethane microspheres dispense a fuse of sound and feel during ball strike. On top of that, the head’s physique is fabricated to 90 grams of tungsten for each iron to allow better loft and enhanced forgiveness.

Presale for both the driver and irons is on January 26, but registration must be done by January 19 to purchase. The driver is priced $530 USD, while the iron sets are priced at $1,295 USD. Visit Callaway Golf’s official site for more information.

In other golf news, PXG introduces entry-level clubs for beginners and professionals.

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