Titleist combines technological advances with their traditional good looks in their 915 metal woods. See if that makes for a great hybrid in this review.
Much like the new Big Bertha iron, Callaway’s Big Bertha hybrid is long and forgiving. The adjustability, however, makes this an excellent choice for players of any ability level.
With the addition of the Z U45 Utility Iron, Srixon shows that they’re serious about making clubs for the better player. Find out how this stacks up to the rest of the driving irons on the market today.
Srixon is a stalwart in golf balls, but they also have some great golf clubs to go with them. Read Bill’s take on the new Srixon Z H45 Hybrid.
If you want a consistent hybrid, the PING G30 should be at the top of your list. This is a club that defies the “game improvement” category that many put the G series in.
The latest addition to TaylorMade’s Tour Preferred line up is finding its way into the bags of more and more tour pros. Should you add one to yours? Matt gives you his take in this review.
Matt liked the TaylorMade SLDR S enough to put it into the bags of his brother and dad. Find out if he thinks it should be in yours, too.
In a move that won’t exactly drop your jaw, Adams has released another rock-solid hybrid. If you’ve got the game for it, the Adams Pro hybrid can help you #OwnTheSecondShot
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.