Golf Clubs - Rescue Club Reviews

  • TaylorMade M2 Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤189

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    BUY NOW Tech: TaylorMade’s first rescue to feature a two-tone crown to match the M family metal woods. A longer more flexible speed pocket in the sole offers speed and forgiveness particularly on shots struck low on the face. A new sole design,...

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  • TaylorMade M1 Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤239

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    BUY NOW Tech: TaylorMade’s first ever sliding weight track rescue club. A 27g sliding weight can be positioned to create a draw, fade or neutral bias. 3deg of loft adjustability through the hosel adaptor means it’s possible to dial in lofts and...

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  • PING G Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤180

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    TG Rating 5 out of 5 0 out of 5

    BUY NOW Tech: The first Ping hybrid to have “Turbulators” on the crown which Ping say not only improves aerodynamics but also aids alignment and focus. A thinned out crown means more weight positioned to improve MOI, while a new carpenter steel face...

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  • Ping G Crossover Review

    RRP: ¤180

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Tech: By combining the speed and forgiveness of a hybrid with the workability and control of an iron Ping reckon they’ve created a new product category with the Crossover. A wide body and sole mean there’s a low and back centre of gravity location,...

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  • Lynx Black Cat Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤139

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Tech: The Black Cat hybrids are also available in black, blue and red at 20deg & 23deg. They have a sleek low profile design that makes them very easy to hit from tight lies and give a high launch for ultimate control. Our verdict: We were hugely...

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  • MD Golf Superstrong STR20 Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤119

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Tech: Designed to offer a better alternative to long irons. The wide body design launches shots higher and faster from any turf conditions, with added forgiveness when shots are struck off centre.    Our verdict: MD Golf have built...

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  • Tour Edge Hot launch 2 Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤80

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Tech: Created from 450 Hyper Steel with a maraging steel variable thickness face the Hot Launch is designed for ultimate forgiveness and distance. A low head profile and heavy sole weight help create a deep centre of gravity to help launch shots off...

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  • Benross HTX Compressor Type R Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤99

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Tech: Benross’s first adjustable hybrid, the HTX Compressor Type R fairway features a compact head that contrasts to the HTX Compressor. Two loft options and +/- 1.5˚ hosel adjustability allow the exacting player to customise their clubs to meet...

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  • Callaway Steelhead XR Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤199

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Tech: With a head that’s longer from heel-to-toe and deeper from front-to-back Callaway reckon the Steelhead is more forgiving and easier to launch from the turf. There’s a Cup Face which allows the edges of the face to flex to raise ball speeds for...

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  • Callaway Big Bertha OS Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤229

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Tech: The OS’s refined head shape is longer from toe to heel and deeper from face to back to deliver maximum forgiveness. A larger faster face is close to the springiness levels allowed by the rules for a driver, so expect explosive distance say...

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  • Wilson Staff D300 Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤139

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    BUY NOW Tech: A progressive head design means the higher lofts have smaller heads so you get maximum forgiveness in the longer shafted lower lofts. Micro vortex generators on the crown reduce drag and improve aerodynamics so you generate maximum...

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  • Mizuno JPX 900 Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤219

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    TG Rating 5 out of 5 0 out of 5

    BUY NOW Tech: Mizuno’s first adjustable hybrid. A new profile means the head is made like a wood but plays like an iron and is perfect for golfers who have a tendency to pull hybrids left. A shockwave sole locates mass low in the head and its ability...

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  • Cobra King F7 Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤159

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    Cobra King F7's hybrid has a refined shaping that blends both distance and forgiveness BUY NOW Cobra King F7: The Tech Refined shaping of the sole Baffler rails improves turf interaction say Cobra, giving consistency from any lie. A single fixed sole...

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  • Srixon Z H65 Review

    RRP: ¤190

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Srixon H65 Hybrid Review: You need to know Srixon’s engineers have specifically studied how golfers launch hybrids into the air and come up with “optimized CG locations” for the Z H65. Lower and deeper CG’s in the lower lofts promote higher...

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  • Benross HTX Compressor Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤89

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    TG Rating 5 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Tech: Featuring the same Compressor Technology Response Channel as the HTX Compressor and HTX Compressor Type R woods, the HTX Compressor hybrid offers exceptional performance from even the worst lies. The rearward CG position promotes a high launch...

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  • Yonex EZone XPG Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤159

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Tech: The XPG has a carbon fiber crown to allow maximum weight to be removed from above the ball’s centre and be positioned below it, creating what Yonex call an ultra low and deep centre of gravity. A new counter-balanced shaft and grip help...

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  • Cobra Baffler Review

    RRP: ¤179

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    Includes video review

    There’s a good chance you’ve heard the Baffler name before as Cobra first introduced them in 1975. You probably though don’t know its name was inspired by the term “Baffie”, a name given to high lofted 4/5 woods which were used as approach woods over...

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  • Tour Edge Exotics EX9 Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤125

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    The Tech: A variable thickness face creates optimal forgiveness for off centre hits.  A “slipstream” sole reduces the amount of turf interaction at impact which means less loss of energy. A heavy sole helps lower the centre of gravity which...

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  • Adams Red Hybrid Review

    RRP: ¤169

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    The Tech: Adam’s reckon the Red’s smaller head (95cc) gives additional versatility and means they can be hit from any situation. Adam’s upside down head technology lowers the CG promoting easy launch, whilst a velocity slot helps maximise ball...

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