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.
The Tour Edge HL4 hybrid delivers high end performance with a bargain basement price. Learn more in this review.
Whether you think of it as an iron, hybrid, or utility iron, the Tour Edge HL4 Iron-Wood is indisputably easy to hit.
Callaway’s Flash Face Technology made their drivers and fairway woods better than ever. Now that same tech is available in the Callaway Epic Flash hybrid.
The original 0317 hybrid was the best of PXG’s first line. Can the PXG 0317 X Gen2 hybrid be the star of the second generation?
The Callaway Apex 19 hybid is marketed as a players club, but Matt Meeker thinks it deserves attention from a wider group of golfers. Find out why here.