Want to hit stingers off the tee like Tiger? The TaylorMade SIM UDI is a perfect choice, if you’ve got the speed.
The Tour Edge Exotics EXS 220 hybrid has unbelievable ball speed, but it’s far from a one-trick pony. Learn all about it in this review.
You don’t have to choose between a hybrid that’s long and one that’s precise. Get both with the Callaway MAVRIK hybrid.
The Callaway MAVRIK MAX Hybrid gives you the forgiveness you expect with some other things that you might not. Learn more in this review.
Tired of hybrids that put up great launch monitor numbers but don’t perform on the course? Check out the Callaway MAVRIK Pro hybrid.
In this review, Dylan explains why the TaylorMade SIM Max Rescue is on his short list of hybrids to try in 2020.
The Titleist TS3 hybrid can make the switch from long irons easy. Compelling performance plus tons of adjustability. Full review right here.
Find yourself frequently off the fairway? The Cleveland Launcher Halo hybrid can help your recover. Check out how in this review.
Is it a hybrid or a fairway wood? It doesn’t matter. The Callaway Super Hybrid is very long and very forgiving. Learn more in this review.
Engineered from Titleist Speed family DNA, the TS2 hybrid brings strong performance and great looks to a club segment more golfers are embracing.