Our Review:Many consider the Apex an iron for low- or middle-handicappers, but the XR is definitely for those in need of forgiveness and distance. The larger clubhead and generous offset are obvious signs of clemency, and the guts of the club produce plenty of yardage thanks to a face that wraps around the top and bottom of the club to help increase flex.
Specs: 6-iron: 26 degrees; PW: 44
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowA consistent club. Gets the ball in the air and helps it go straight and far.
midThey hide the game-improvement features well. After a few swings, I was ripping every shot.
midIt’s smooth through the turf and has a nice amount of bounce on the sole.
highA bit chunky in size, but the technology is masked well. There is a power to these that makes you want to keep hitting balls.