Top 10 Best Best Hybrid Golf Clubs for 2019
Top 10 Best Best Hybrid Golf Clubs
Ping G400 Hybrid
The Ping G400 hybrid promises hotter ball speeds and higher launches that help players stop the ball more quickly and hold greens better. The G400 utilizes the same Turbulator technology that gives Ping drivers improved aerodynamics and enhanced alignment. Rear weights help to add MOI and improve forgiveness in a compact shape. The combination of maraging steel and texture decreases spin and promotes longer distance. The most technologically advanced hybrid Ping has ever designed is a favorite of ours and we think it can help your game.
Callaway Epic Hybrid
The Epic hybrid from Callaway takes much of the outstanding performance of the Epic driver and packs it into a better-players profile. An ultra-light triaxial crown helps give the Epic hybrid more weight in the bottom of the club to help promote a higher launch and straighter shot dispersion. The Hyper Speed Cup Face that has made Callaway fairway woods some of the longest on the market is built into the Epic hybrid giving it the faster ball speeds. The adjustable hosel allows golfers and club fitter to dial in exact distances. The Epic hybrid is an outstanding performer and is available at a great price.
Callaway Rogue Hybrid
The most groundbreaking movement in metal wood technology in recent years was the introduction of Jailbreak technology by Callaway in the Epic Driver series. In Rogue, Callaway has managed to bring that same impact to the hybrid line. Jailbreak gives unrivaled performance benefits especially on golf shots struck low in the club face. Golfers who strike their hybrids or fairway woods low in the head or fat will pick up performance gains with Jailbreak in their hands.
Cobra King F8 Hybrid
Cobra is not often the first name thought of when it comes to golf club buying. For many players however, the Baffler Rails can provide significant relief when attacking golf balls in the fairways and rough. The King F8 hybrid from Cobra gives golfers industry-leading forgiveness and versatility with the use of the Baffler Rail system. Players who struggle with making solid contact from a variety of lies can benefit from the King F8 hybrid.
Taylormade M3 Hybrid
The TaylorMade M3 hybrid is billed as a better player’s hybrid and it delivers on that promise. A beautiful squat head and a more forward center of gravity make the M3 one of the best iron replacement for higher swing speed players. The adjustable weight track allows players to move the weight into the heel or the toe and help correct their slice and hook ball flights. If you are a player who has never found success in hybrids before, the M3 can be built to fit your swing perfectly and provide relief without the big miss.
Taylormade M4 Hybrid
The M4 hybrid is TaylorMade’s hybrid for the average golfer. By pulling weight low and back the M4 is one of the most forgiving hybrids available. Geocoustic technology ensures that every shot sounds great and the Speed Pocket helps keep ball speeds up across the face. The M4 is one of the highest launching hybrids in the market and is great for players looking for maximum help in their long game.
Mizuno Clk Hybrid Review
The CLK hybrid from Mizuno is a club fitter’s dream. The quick switch adaptor allows for 8 different ways of adjustability and can help you dial in your exact distances. Mizuno is giving golfers faster ball speeds by incorporating Wave technology that helps the golf ball compress and retain energy when coming from a variety of lies. A sleek design and the ability to dial in your exact specs make the CLK from Mizuno a must try.
Callaway Big Bertha OS Hybrid
The Callaway Big Bertha OS hybrids, as the name implies, are big. Big, forgiving and long is how Callaway describe the OS hybrid. The larger profile and rear weighting make the Big Bertha OS the easiest to hit fairway in Callaway’s line up. By giving golfers higher launches and increased distances, the OS hybrids can make reaching longer par-3s possible and reaching par-5s in two more likely. Golfers looking for a fairway-like look and feel in a more versatile package will love the big Bertha OS hybrids.
Cobra King Oversized Hybrid
Complimenting the King F8, the King Oversized hybrid is made for golfers looking for maximum forgiveness and higher launches. One of the most reasonably priced hybrids in our list, the King Oversized hybrid offers outstanding performance at a reduced rate. By increasing the club head size, Cobra is giving golfers a larger sweet spot and making the game easier.
Srixon H65 Hybrid
The H65 is the premium hybrid offering from Srixon. The H65 creates a Ripple Effect to help gives golfers better distance and increased forgiveness. An all-black design with a silver club face helps golfers align their club and deliver a squarer impact. Players looking for simple forgiveness and higher launch will love the H65 from Srixon Golf.
What Hybrid Should You Buy?
Your hybrid should fly a distance that is shorter than your fairway woods but longer than your largest iron. For many golfers, fitting one or two hybrids into their bag will lead them to lower scores. Unless you are swinging your driver over 90 mph, it is recommended that you replace your 3, 4, and possibly 5-irons with specifically lofted hybrids.
The best way to know which model of hybrid is best for your game is to test different club head styles, different lofts, and different shafts to see what works. Getting them outdoor in different lies can be a great way to tell what sole profile is best for your swing. Anytime you are buying a new club, make sure that is fits within your current set and that it helps you play better golf. Thank you for reading and check out our hybrid club reviews to see what models are best this year. Happy testing!