Beginning on August 24 2018 the Stars and Stripes version of the Chrome Soft Truvis as well as a Chrome Soft X Truvis with the same Stars and Stripes pattern will be available at retail.
A forged carbon steel clubhead further enhances feel at impact while an internal face perimeter cut-out design increases the effective hitting area on the face by about 15%. This provides more forgiveness on off center hits and better ballspeed retention overall.
The new GAPR clubs are of interest to a lot of folks and for good reason as they do what they’re designed to do very well. The simple answer to your question is yes the GAPR line is designed for any player who needs to bridge the gap between their longest iron and shortest fairway wood which in reality is pretty much everyone.
The GAPR MID is slightly wider and more forgiving than the LO and will appeal to the widest range of players while the HI features the largest clubhead of the three models and a profile that most resembles a traditional Rescue club. A low and deep CG location in the GAPR HI promotes the highest trajectory and the most forgiveness.
One big difference is the addition of a new four-model structure with Tour (T) Players (P) Extreme Forgiveness (XF) and Super Game Improvement (SGI) now offered. But the real design difference has to do with the a new material used in the clubs that produces more speed and distance among other things.