Callaway designed the Apex Hybrid to perform more like a 2 or 3 iron than a fairway wood.
The Apex depends on a deep - but high - CG to make it perform more like an iron.
Callaway Apex Hybrids come in four models:
Callaway's XR OS Hybrid is larger than the typical hybrid - OS stands for 'oversized' - and plays more like a wood than an iron.
The face wraps around the front of the club which increases ball speed and gives golfers plenty of forgiveness.
Two rails on the sole reduce contact with the turf by 50% for grass-busting penetration.
The XR OS is a game-improvement hybrid for average-to-slow swingers that need more accuracy and distance.
The Callaway X2 Hot Hybrid is designed for average-to-better players looking for faster ball speeds and greater distance.
The X2 comes in two versions: X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro.
Testers report the X2 Hot hybrids offer penetrating ball flight, low spin, and a draw bias.