Callaway Apex Hybrid
Forged Face Cup Hybrid with Apex Precision
This is the first hybrid for the Apex and Apex Pro player. It takes Callaway's Forged Face Cup that leads to high ball speeds and fuses it with their Internal Standing Wave for versatility. It has precision shaping with a longer, more iron-like blade length and a neutral bias for better players. And it transitions perfectly from your irons set. Now you have a hybrid that’s built for the distance, controlled ball flight and workability that Apex players have always wanted.
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.
Callaway Apex Hybrid Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
Designed for better players, precision shaping creates a more traditional iron-like CG, a neutral bias and a more controlled ball flight with workability. The Apex Hybrid takes Callaway’s Forged Face Cup that leads to high ball speeds and fuses it with their Internal Standing Wave for versatility.
Who's It For?
Without a doubt the new Callaway Apex Hybrid is for the better player. It has a smaller head size producing iron-like performance without the draw bias like many of the hybrids these days. Perfect off the tee on tight holes, or into Par 5’s in two.
The Apex Hybrid sits really square and the smaller head shape is noticeable. After testing it I feel it plays much more like an iron than a fairway wood. The Apex is one of the hotter heads on the market and it produced a top notch penetrating ball flight with tight dispersion. I found the feel incredibly solid with excellent distance. The flat black head was enjoyable to me, a very nice club indeed.
Club Tested: 3 Hybrid; Shaft: Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Black 80; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 20°Read the 2016 Hybrids Guide