2021/2022 PGA Tour Season is underway and #teamcallaway is at The Summit Club in Las Vegas, Nevada for the CJ Cup. The field is packed and based on what I saw during the practice rounds, this is going to be a birdie extravaganza. Look out for someone or a few people to go insanely low this week.
Apex UW was the hot item on the truck with multiple players either testing on site or getting them built up to test in the off-weeks. The feedback has exceeded our already high expectations and I believe this club will a hot ticket item well into next year leading up to Augusta. It’s that good.
On-site we had Tour Manager Jacob Davidson, Dean Tekyl, Kellen Watson, Greg Shaw, and Odysseys Joe Toulon.
Take a look at what happened on the Callaway Tour Truck this week and enjoy the photos!!
Three main reasons Apex UW is getting so much attention:
NO HOT SPOTS, it maintains a tight spin window up and down the face.
Very neutral CG with a fade-biased look. Players like that it’s easy to move around IE Fade, Draw
Turf interaction, you can get this thing in the ground like an iron, and the face contact is optimal. Most TOUR players hit down on everything but a driver so having a club in that 18-21 region that they know can get thru the turf is a bonus. One of the aspects of fairway woods is the more you hit down the more of the top of the face you present. For some players that equals that low spin knuckle heater or for players trying to keep it down, it could mean TOO much spin. Apex UW doesnt do that.