Callaway Apex DCB Vs Titleist T300 Comparison And Review
Callaway and Titleist are two of the most famous brand names in golf and their irons are always at the top of the market.
While Titleist has been known to produce irons for better players excelusivly, they have now branched into more beginner friendly clubs, including the T300’s
The Apex are a quality family of forged irons and the DCB are the longest and most forgiving while still maintaining an element of feel and shot shaping ability.
Callaway Apex DCB Irons Overview
The Apex DCB irons are the most forgiving member of the Apex forged iron family with the Apex and Apex Pro completing the set.
The Apex DCB are the largest and have the longest face design with perimeter weighting and the toe and heel to expand the sweet sport.
The thick soles are designed for distance and you also get plenty of turf interaction and spin rates with these cavity backs.
The forged, carbon steel, ultra thin face leads to excellent ball speeds and also gives the golfer an optimal amount of feel and control.
While the clubs suit high to mid handicappers, there are more forgiving irons out there for complete beginners. This is more for someone with aspirations of becoming a high level golfer.
Titleist T300 Irons Overview
One of the nicest game improvement irons in the game with the Titleist T300, a high to mid handicap iron, brimming with advanced features.
On thing to notice is the thick sole that manages to look compact at address and a deep undercut for really getting hold of the ball.
The irons are progressive, meaning they are longer and more forgiving in the long irons and a lot more workability in the short irons for adding spin and hunting the pin.
The polymer badge adds to stability and dampens vibrations in the longer irons but disappears in the short irons.
The forged face offers exclusive feel but it’s also ultra thin to promote fast ball speeds.
You can expect feel, workability and distance from these irons, any golfer can benefit from using them.
These Irons are going to be very similar but we find the Titleist T300 to be just a little bit classier and we recommend the T300’s despite the hefty price tag.