Golf Hybrids Reviews &
introduction of hybrid golf clubs is a relatively new concept and is
one of the latest innovations in golf technology. Designed to
incorporate the very best features of long irons and golf fairway woods,
they are becoming ever more popular amongst all levels of golfers, including on the professional tour.
The idea behind their design is that they offer the greatest levels of
versatility for all levels of players, in terms of maximizing distance
and control. Most hybrids will feature a flat clubface, similar to that
of a golf iron, in combination with the wider sole of a golf fairway wood.
If you haven't tried using a hybrid golf club yet, then you may very well be
missing out on an opportunity to save a few strokes when out on the golf course. Learn more about
the latest designs with my Golf Hybrid Reviews below:
Nike VR Pro Hybrid Golf Clubs
The new Nike VR Pro Hybrid golf clubs are one of the easiest hybrids
for any golfer to hit on the market place. Utilizing Nike's variable
face thickness technology and full compression channel, the VR Pro
offers a much hotter face, in fact 21% hotter, from that of the
previous Nike VR Hybrid model, providing an increase in distance.
As well as providing more distance, the variable face
thickness technology also helps you to gain more control over your
shots. Nike have also made the sole in the VR Pro Hybrid clubs
flatter, this not only prevents the club from digging into the ground,
but also makes it much easier for anyone to play off of those tighter
Rescue Hybrid Golf Clubs
The new 2011 TaylorMade Rescue Hybrid golf clubs allow you to adjust
the face of the club, loft and lie for each shot, giving you maximum
versatility over your shot shaping abilities and distance control. The
white non-glare crown in contrast to the black face not only gives the
head a bigger feel but is ideal for accurate alignment.
The TaylorMade Rescue Hybrid also has a deeper face and lower center of
gravity to help deliver higher launches and ball speeds for maximum
distance and control. Ideal choice for the mid-high handicap golfer,
the more accomplished players may very well prefer the less forgiving
but more control of the TaylorMade Rescue TP.
Callaway RAZR X Hybrid Golf Clubs
The new Callaway RAZR X Hybrid golf clubs now feature a Zero Roll
Design on the clubface, that helps to promote higher launch angles for
shots hit low on the clubface, which in turn will deliver increased
ball carry for greater distance and produce softer landings for more
accuracy and control on your approach shots.
The offset hosel on the RAZR X Hybrids encourages you to hit the ball
straighter, as it helps to square the face at impact, and Callaway's
aggressive new Variable Face Thickness Technology, which
precision shapes the face thickness, increases the size of the sweet
spot and generates hotter ball speeds for longer distance.