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Apex Hybrids

Golf Digest 2017 Hot List Gold Medal Winner! The Apex Hybrid delivers a Forged Face Cup for high ball speed and controlled ball flight for Apex players.

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    Controlled Ball Flight and Workability From Precision Shaping

    The design appeals to better players and Tour Pros, and it transitions perfectly from your irons. It has a longer, more-iron like blade length with the traditional CG of an iron. And it provides a neutral CG bias for the controlled ball flight with workability that better players want to see.

    High Ball Speed From A Forged Face Cup

    The Forged Face Cup is made from Carpenter 455 Steel, and designed for increased ball speed at every impact location. Center hits are going to be faster and off-center hits are going to be faster too. This is the first hybrid for the Apex player.

    Versatility From The Internal Standing Wave

    The Internal Standing Wave positions the weight so that we can move the CG where better players want it. That’s how they get the versatility and precision they are looking for in a hybrid.

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    Apex Hybrids is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 62.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not just for better players I have Big Bertha 3 and 4 hybrids which are easy to hit, but they require a different swing than my irons-more like my woods. Like others have mentioned, you can't really step on many hybrids without getting a sever hook. Plus I can not figure out how to curve them low-or for that matter curve them at all. So, I have stubbornly keep my 5 iron, which I don't hit all that well unless teed up, but can use for those low or low and curving shots. I got the apex 5 hybrid after trying a friend's. It is much closer to a iron than a wood. Way more consistent than my 5 iron, unfortunately way longer, but that is another problem, plus when I want, I can change the trajectory or shot shape just like my iron. Just what I was looking for. But here is the thing that surprised me and why these should not be overlooked by average players. It is very easy to hit. Mine is a lot easier to hit than a long iron. Also since I struggle to avoid hooking my Big Bertha's, easier to hit than them. So don't just pass them by because they are marketed to "better players". Give them a try.
    Date published: 2017-02-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from long Always been a long iron player but as I got older my swing has changed. So to help my ever changing swing I began to playy hybrids.The trouble I had was finding the right one, too many looked like fairway woods or were game improvement which would cause me to hook the ball. Then I went to a callaway demo day and found the apex hybrid. Now I have the confidence to take full swings and not have to worry about the dreaded hooks.
    Date published: 2016-12-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very controllable I have been playing the 3h and 4h for a couple of months now. Went with the stiff flex for the extra control. This is the first hybrid I have ever played which was not a hook machine. The club is very workable high, low, left and right. For the first time I feel like I can release the club without worries of the left to left miss. Best hybrid I have ever played.
    Date published: 2016-12-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Callaway Apex Hybrid The Callaway Apex hybrid is the best hybrid I have ever hit and I've tried every hybrid on the market. Most hybrids are set up for a draw bias and the Apex is set up with a square face and much easier to work ball from right to left or left to right with very good distance. I would highly recommend the Apex Hybrid.
    Date published: 2016-12-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great hybrid My problem with hybrids is that they want to go left. This had little to no draw bias. Easily jumps up in the air. Great for tee shots on tight holes. I had an older 17 degree Nickent hybrid that I've been using for years and have finally found its replacement. I love the look of this club, it has a much smaller head. I tried the XR hybrids but they looked a little too large when sitting behind the ball. I had to almost adjust my swing to stop them from going left. Highly recommended.
    Date published: 2016-12-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best hybrid I have hit. Have off & on trouble hitting hybrids straight. I used several models of different brands. Most all seam to set up with a very closed face or with what looks like offset. Bought a used Apex 3 / 20 degree as a possible solution to my X2Hot 4 / 22 degree. Sure enough no more fades or slices. Ball flight is great and it only goes straight! Love the smaller head, flatter face surface and weighting is perfect for my less experienced senior swing. When I can feel I'm in the slot I can really go after it and hit it nearly as far as my driver. Considering the 2 & 4 now!
    Date published: 2016-11-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for mid hcps too Although marketed as a players club, I, a 15 handicap find that this club suits my steeper swing plane. I consistently hook larger head hybrids and find these much easier to hit straight. Great feel and distance too--I think the 3 Apex wants my 5 wood's job. Absolutely love these clubs. Just swing em like an iron!
    Date published: 2016-11-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long and straight Bought a three hybrid and this club was immediately a game changer. Very long and very straight. No longer need a three wood in my bag.
    Date published: 2016-11-21
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