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Callaway Mavrik Single Iron

Callaway Mavrik Single Iron

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The Callaway Mavrik Iron is the newest game improvement offering from Callaway designed for mid to high handicap players looking for improved ball speed and forgiveness.

Key Features:

  • Flash Face Cup Technology - With the use of artificial intelligence, face architecture is unique to every loft to boost ball speed and optimize spin.

  • Tungsten Energy Core - Tungsten weighting in the iron allows the CG (center of gravity) to be placed to optimize launch and spin.

  • Urethane Microspheres - Callaway‚ patented urethane microspheres absorb vibrations to improve the sound and feel at impact.

Club Type
Irons
Gender
Men's
Grip name
Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 Soft
Iron Set Type
Single Iron
Model year
2020
Product line
Callaway Mavrik
Shaft launch
Low-Mid
Shaft spin
Low-Mid
Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
Are Callaway Mavrik irons worth it?
Yes, Callaway Mavrik irons are an excellent choice for someone who wants the most distance and forgiveness out of their irons. Plus, since these are a couple of years old at this point, the price of Mavrik irons compared to newer 2022 irons is unbeatable.
Golf Expert Joe MallockGolf Expert Michael V
by Joe Mallock on July 14, 2022 · view 1 other answer
Does Callaway still make the Mavrik irons?
The Mavrik irons came out in 2020, so they are now a generation old and no longer in production by Callaway. They were replaced by the Rogue ST irons in 2022.
Golf Expert Joe MallockGolf Expert Michael V
by Joe Mallock on July 12, 2022 · view 1 other answer
Are Callaway Mavrik good for beginners?
The Callaway Mavrik line is highly recommended for beginners although some would benefit more from the Mavrik Max which has a larger clubhead and sweet spot than the standard Mavrik
Golf Expert Christos L.Golf Expert Michael VGolf Expert Joe Mallock
by Christos L. on July 6, 2022 · view 2 other answers
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Ryan Kern
Ryan Kern
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

These irons are designed for the 8-20 handicap golfer who wants to add distance and take their ball striking to another level. It features A.I. computer generated technology in every head. Some of the technology unique to the Mavrik irons are:

  • Flash Face Cup Technology: Advanced A.I. designed face, unique to every loft that boosts ball speed and spin.
  • Tungsten Energy Core: Custom tungsten weights strategically placed to optimize launch and spin for each loft.
  • Urethane Microspheres: Small spheres behind the face that help absorb unwanted vibration for better feel even on off center strikes.
Craig Kendall
Craig Kendall
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

These irons are designed for the 8-20 handicap golfer who wants to add distance and take their ball striking to another level. It features A.I. computer generated technology in every head. Some of the technology unique to the Mavrik irons are:

  • Flash Face Cup Technology: Advanced A.I. designed face, unique to every loft that boosts ball speed and spin.
  • Tungsten Energy Core: Custom tungsten weights strategically placed to optimize launch and spin for each loft.
  • Urethane Microspheres: Small spheres behind the face that help absorb unwanted vibration for better feel even on off center strikes.