Best golf clubs 2018: Hybrids
1. Ping G400
Again, I can vouch for this club based on its reliability. It’s very versatile and easy to use. Good off the tee, the deck, out of the rough, and even chipping around the greens.
The G400 woods range has been one of the best I have come across over the past five years.
Click here to read more on the Ping G400 range.
2. Callaway Big Bertha
I’ve had the 2016 version in my bag for a while but Callaway have now added an updated version for 2019.
There’s such an explosive feeling off the face which makes them really good fun to use. I really like the idea of a super-adjustable hybrid too as that’s often the key to sorting the gaps at the top end of the bag.
Read more on the Callaway Big Bertha hybrids here.
3. Mizuno CLK
This model was one of the surprise packages. It looks great, produces great numbers and has a sound and feel not too dissimilar from their irons.
Read more on the Mizuno CLK here.
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