Benross HTX Hybrid Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 5 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • RRP £79.99

What we say...


A CT Response Channel in the sole brings driver-like CT performance to hybrids for the first time say Benross. Expect consistent ball speeds across the face even from the worst lies. 


Our verdict:

The least expensive hybrid on test by at least £20, which you’d think would mean average performance and components. But look closely and you’ll see the shafts a Kuro Kage the same you get in the Callaway Apex or Srixon Z H45 and there’s a lovely Golf Pride grip to boot. The heads wide and forgiving and launches shots on a high rainbow shaped flight. We thought the head size was spot on for boosting confidence and we really liked the full face grooves which give a neat appearance at address.       


Bottom line:

Benross can’t lay claim to any of the worlds top players using their equipment but it doesn’t mean they don’t make some quality clubs. For lots of club golfers the HTX is right up their street of increased playability and forgiveness, and it won’t bust your bank account either. 

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Product Information

Lofts: #3 20deg / #4 23deg / #5 27deg

Stock shaft: Kuro Kage Black

Adjustable hosel: No

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