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Callaway Apex 21 Hybrids

Apex 21 and Apex 21 Pro hybrids from Callaway Golf have an A.I.-designed face and Jailbreak rods to produce high launch while improving off center impact forgiveness.

Fast Facts:
Apex 21 Hybrid
Game-improvement category
Jailbreak rods behind face
A.I.-designed cup face
Internal tungsten weighting
Adjustable hosel
Lofts: 3H, 4H, 5H, 6H
Stock shaft: UST Recoil Dart 75
Stock grip: Golf Pride Z
Available Feb. 11
$269.99 each

Apex 21 Pro Hybrid
Players category
Compact head
Jailbreak rods behind face
A.I.-designed cup face
Lofts: 2H, 3H, 4H, 5H
Stock shaft: Mitsubishi MMT
Stock grip: Golf Pride Z
Available Feb. 11
$269.99 each

WYNTK:
For several years Callaway Golf has manufactured the most-played hybrids and the new Apex 21s combine the best of what was learned with cutting edge software. Making use of their supercomputer and artificial intelligence machine learning they designed the new Flash Face SS221 and internal rods connecting the crown and sole. The company says the combination of the face and these Jailbreak rods produce more ball speed with the rods stiffening the head and directing more energy to the ball.

Weighting is concentrated in the sole and the center back providing both forgiveness on imperfect impacts and a tendency for high launch. The regular Apex 21 hybrid also offers increased versatility of ball flight control with its adjustable hosel.

The Apex 21 Pro has a much smaller head than the regular model having the compact look at address favored by better players in hybrids. Callaway says both shaping and placement of the center of gravity are similar to the previous Apex 16 model. The Pro shares the A.I. Flash Face and Jailbreak Rods features with the regular Apex 21s but have a forged 455 steel face. According to the company, Tour pros and better amateurs will appreciate the iron-like control and workability of the Pro with the clean lines and fixed hosel.

Ed Travis
Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is regularly seen in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Travis still plays regularly. He and his wife live on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.

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