Callaway has always intrigued me when it comes to "players" clubs because they are known for having super forgiving, hot equipment (which is a good thing). Upon first look, the apex hybrid is small and closer to an iron look than a hybrid. I chose the 3 hybrid (20 degree) with the stock Kuro Kage stiff 80g shaft. The first thing I notice is that the shaft is static, meaning no adjusting loft or lie, or easily swapping shafts. I'm a little concerned with that aspect as I like to stick with shafts for years, however, I can say I have never tried the Kuro Kage and it is really consistent and has excellent feel! For a stock option, it is well worth the money!
For good players, this is a hybrid worth looking at. This is the first hybrid I have ever hit that doesn't consistently go left. The head weight matched with the shaft weight allows you to be able to feel the club through the entire swing. The reason I would consider this for low handicappers is because the misses are drastically different than the good strikes. You will know when you hit it well and, conversely, you will also know when you miss hit it! Even though I hit the ball high, this is not a hybrid I use out of the rough or on approach shots. In my opinion, this is more like a driving iron, as the face and shaft combination produce a lower, boring flight. This is great for off the tee on holes you don't want to hit a wood and desire the look of a not-so-traditional hybrid. .
Doesn't go left!
Confident off the tee
Not very forgiving Hybrids
Should be versatile and not for just off the tee (could just be me and my swing)