The Callaway Apex UW 2024 has the versatility the made it a hit with better players but adds more forgiveness. Full review here.
The Titleist TSR3 hybrid has the players look you’d expect combined with a shocking amount of ball speed. Full review here.
The Cobra AEROJET hybrid has the family DNA which includes good ball speed, low spin, and plenty of forgiveness. Full review here.
Titleist proves that they aren’t just focused on Tour with their latest hybrid. Full review of the Titleist TSR1 hybrid here.
The 2023 Adams IDEA hybrid can help golfers of all ability levels hit longer, more consistent approach shots. Full review here.
The Callaway Paradym X hybrid maximizes distance and forgiveness while adding a slight draw bias. Full review here.
The TaylorMade Stealth 2 HD Rescue makes it easy to sling right-to-left shots into faraway greens. Full review here.
Don’t judge the PXG 0311 GEN6 hybrid by its size – this club has far more forgiveness than you would expect. Full review here.
According to Matt Meeker, the Callaway Paradym hybrid is worthy of serious consideration for golfers across the handicap spectrum. Learn why in this review.
If you’re searching for a long game club that can attack the flag, check out the Tour Edge Exotics E723 hybrid.