The Callaway Apex hybrid.

ClubTest 2021: Callaway Apex hybrids

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For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 20 new hybrids to help you find the right one for your game. (For more on our testing process, click here.) Below are the results for the Callaway Apex hybrids. You can find the full list of hybrids and test results here.

Callaway Apex, Apex Pro

Apex: 19°, 21°, 24°, 27°; Apex Pro: 18°, 20°, 23°, 26°

Our take: “It has an iron look, but the ball flat out goes,” a tester commented while taking a few cuts with Callaway’s Apex Pro hybrid. Testers gave high marks to the consistency of the standard Apex and the slim profile of the Apex Pro.

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Callaway Apex 21 Hybrid

$269.99
OUR TAKE: “It has an iron look but the ball flat-out goes,” a tester commented while taking a few cuts with Callaway’s Apex Pro hybrid. For club that’s built to replace those pesky traditional long irons in your bag, you want something that doesn’t look too bulky but offers a level of forgiveness you otherwise wouldn’t sniff in your 4- or 5-iron. Testers gave high marks to the consistency of the standard Apex and slim profile of the Pro.  THE DETAILS: Callaway’s newest Apex hybrid blends an AI-designed cup face and internal “Jailbreak” blades — connecting the crown and sole — to produce greater face flexing on misses catching the upper and lower portion of the face. Otherwise known as the common misses for most golfers. The standard Apex has a larger profile, includes an adjustable hosel to alter launch and features tungsten in back for forgiveness and launch purposes. The iron-like profile and low launch characteristics of the Pro should appeal to better players.  Check out 150+ reviews from our gear experts in the ClubTest 2021 collection.
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Callaway Apex Pro 21

$269.99
OUR TAKE: “It has an iron look but the ball flat-out goes,” a tester commented while taking a few cuts with Callaway’s Apex Pro hybrid. For club that’s built to replace those pesky traditional long irons in your bag, you want something that doesn’t look too bulky but offers a level of forgiveness you otherwise wouldn’t sniff in your 4- or 5-iron. Testers gave high marks to the consistency of the standard Apex and slim profile of the Pro.  THE DETAILS: Callaway’s newest Apex hybrid blends an AI-designed cup face and internal “Jailbreak” blades — connecting the crown and sole — to produce greater face flexing on misses catching the upper and lower portion of the face. Otherwise known as the common misses for most golfers. The standard Apex has a larger profile, includes an adjustable hosel to alter launch and features tungsten in back for forgiveness and launch purposes. The iron-like profile and low launch characteristics of the Pro should appeal to better players.  Check out 150+ reviews from our gear experts in the ClubTest 2021 collection.
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The details: Callaway’s newest Apex hybrid blends an A.I.-designed cupface and internal Jailbreak blades, connecting the crown and sole to produce greater face flexing on misses catching the upper and lower portion of the face — otherwise known as the common misses for most golfers. The standard Apex has a larger profile, includes an adjustable hosel to alter launch and features tungsten in back for forgiveness and launch purposes. The iron-like profile and low-launch characteristics of the Pro should appeal to better players.

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See the Callaway Apex hybrids from every angle…

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Callaway Apex

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Callaway Apex

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Callaway Apex

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Callaway Apex

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Callaway Apex Pro

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Callaway Apex Pro

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Callaway Apex Pro

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Callaway Apex Pro

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