The man behind this hybrid, Michael Vrska, designed some of Adams best hybrids ever, so the expectations here are sky high. Read this review to see if the FG Tour M3 hybrid meets them.
With the 588 hybrid, Cleveland has another under-hyped, solid performing golf club. If your long game needs a boost, this club is worth checking out.
Tour Edge Exotics proves once again that they’re more than just a fairway wood company. Check out this review of the outstanding CB PROh driving iron.
Looking to replace your long irons? The Adams Pro DHy gives you the best characteristics of an iron but with the forgiveness of a hybrid.
By combining Tour-quality good looks with #Ridonkulong distance, Callaway has created a pair of hybrids that are at the top of a strong 2014 hybrid class.
Do you want to play straight-forward, no nonsense, down to business golf? Then the Ping i25 hybrid is the club for you. Read Bill’s review of the new Ping i25 hybrid here!
Nike’s Covert 2.0 drivers are soaking up the spotlight, and deservedly so, but the hybrids deserve some, too. If you want hybrids that can deliver the same distance swing after swing, you need to check these out.
Silly golfer, low, forward CGs aren’t just for drivers. They can also make hybrids, like the TaylorMade SLDR Rescue, ridiculously long and easy to hit.
Adams is notoriously one of the leaders in hybrid clubs. Read here to see if Bill thinks they have maintained their place at the top.
What’s so “Super” about this hybrid? Distance for days.