Callaway Apex 19 hybrids – FIRST LOOK!

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Callaway’s new Apex 19 hybrids offer Jailbreak performance in a sleek and compact player's hybrid.

Although Callaway introduced Jailbreak tech into its Rogue hybrids last year, for the first time ever, Callaway has engineered its revolutionary technology into a bespoke player's hybrid.

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Apex provides the benefits of a hybrid while maintaining the spin characteristics and controlled ball flight of a long iron that better players and tour pros want.

The hybrids are expertly crafted with beautiful shaping and a classic PVD finish to give these clubs a premium feel and look.

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The sleek design will suit the eye of better players as it transitions perfectly into the shaping of your long irons and provides a neutral bias for the controlled ball flight with workability you want to see.

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It isn’t simply control and workability on offer. Callaway’s ground-breaking Jailbreak Technology incorporates two steel bars that stiffen the body, placing more impact load on the face to promote fast ball speed and distance.

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The Forged Face Cup, meanwhile is made from Carpenter 455 Steel and is designed for increased ball speed at every impact location.

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These hybrids serve as the perfect complement to the new Apex 19 irons. If you consider yourself a bit a ball striker or are a low handicapper then you simply have to go and give these beauties a shot. They look fantastic and deliver the ideal blend of speed and control.

Available: Now

Loft options: 2H (18°), 3H (20°), 4H (22°), 5H (24°) – (LH 3H & 4H)

Stock shaft: True Temper Catalyst

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