Some hybrids fight ineptitude and others enhance skill. Firmly place Apex in the latter category. Its compact shape will appeal to better players looking to provide a hint of forgiveness to their long-iron games. This doesn’t mean there isn’t speed here. The internal vertical “jailbreak” bars focus more flexing in the face to boost your distance, and the flatter, low-spin trajectory make this a hybrid that better players won’t see ballooning into the wind. Read more >>
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Muted sound and feel. You can shape it, knock it down or shoot it high—and it still feels powerful.
Smaller head, tour looking. Large face. Balanced. When I slowed down, this club performed much better.
I like the squarish shape and I also like that from front to back it's closer to the iron side than to the fairway wood side. It looks like a good transition club from irons to woods. Kind of a driving ball flight, but high enough.