Jan 11th, 2016
It’s not an iron. It’s definitely not a wood. It’s not a hybrid, and it’s 100% not a driving iron. It’s the new Ping G Crossover, and they feel it’s a club totally in it’s own category. What we know is it’s easy to hit. Well it is, unless you edit a popular golf website (don’t know what you mean-Ed).
Dec 11th, 2015
Vapor Fly Hybrid was completely redesigned for 2016 with input from Nike's tour pros. Let’s call it the Blue Meanie Jnr.
Oct 15th, 2015
Mizuno have gone down the EZ route with their new hybids. these are designed to hit it high and land soft.
Oct 1st, 2015
The Apex Pro is a simple hybrid for the better player. In a world where everything is built for distance, and adjustability, Callaway have bucked the trend with a hybrid that is built for consistency for the good golfer.
Sep 22nd, 2015
Titleist have switched things up with the launch of the 816 H1 and H2 hybrids. Realising that hybrids need to be gapped distance wise with a set of irons, they've switched the release schedule to come out the same time as the irons rather than with the driver and irons.
Sep 20th, 2015
So we’ve hit the M1 driver, raved about the fairway wood, and now we get to the hybrid. TaylorMade invented the Rescue/Hybrid category but the last few years have seen Callaway, Ping, and Titleist hybrids become much more popular, while TaylorMade’s sister company Adams has dominated in tour use.