Harris English has signed a new multi-year equipment deal with Callaway having spent the past year under contract with PING.
The 24-year-old American is currently just outside the world's top 50 having won the FedEx St Jude Classic and OHL Classic at Mayakoba on the PGA Tour in 2013.
"I’ve been really happy with the new Callaway cheap golf clubs, and the team at Callaway has been fantastic,” English told the PGA Tour. “In a short period of time I’ve been able to take advantage of the resources they have and I’m excited about the start of (2014)."
The face of the Apex Pro is 17 percent thinner than that of the X Forged. This thin face places Apex Pro in a new flexible-face category, composed of irons intended to provide additional ball speed because of added trampoline effect in the face. Callaway, after extensive research and testing with its staff professionals, decided to bypass aggressive grooves in the Apex Pro.
The new X2 Hot driver foremost is redesigned with a new hyper speed face that is Callaway’s fastest, thinnest, and lightest all titanium driver face ever to produce more ball speed on shots across the face. With an improved 460cc head shape and made of the same 455 Carpenter steel featured in last year’s Callaway X Hot Fairway Wood, the material gives a ten percent larger sweet spot on the X2 Hot driver for more consistent distances - near eleven yards longer than the X Hot.
English first bagged a full set of Callaway Mack Daddy 2 wedges in Mayakoba last year and ended up winning the tournament by four shots.