Progen Chromo Hybrid Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 3.5 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • Pros

    Classic shape, forgiving, excels in all lies. Modern design, popular shape.

  • Cons

    Still has a unique sound. Vibrant look and tacky grip is an acquired taste. Little to determine good or bad strikes.

  • RRP £99

What we say...

Hardened Hyper steel face creates power, while sole-plate weighting raises the control. Weighting creates forgiveness, as well as a mid-low CG that promotes a strong, high flight. Shaft complements the head’s performance; grip subdues vibration.

James Ridyard
This has a surprisingly small head that looks slightly toed-in. The grip is extremely tacky to the point of sticky. The flight was not miles behind the more expensive clubs. It should reduce your right misses, but start it left and it’s not going to suit.

Duncan Lennard
Impact sound and feel was not as crisp as I’d like, but I found this club easy to launch and forgiving enough. A simple, well-shaped gloss-black head inspires confidence.

The Progen Chromo hybrid has a traditional crown with an exciting sole design, offering the perfect blend of classical and modern.

A Hyper steel face provides an explosive reaction so your ball travels further, while a dynamic neutral weighted sole plate allows you to hit consistent shot from the tee or approaching the green.

Each hybrid is fitted with a premium graphite shaft and a vibration dampening grip for improved feel.

Hyper steel face controlled by the dynamic neutral weighting of the sole plate. The premium graphite shaft has been perfectly matched with the head, while the vibration dampening grip offers enhanced feedback and feel.

Contact: www.progengolf.co.uk

Product Information

Left Handed availableNo
Custom-Fit availableYes
AdjustabilityNo
Forgiveness levelMedium
Lofts19.0°, 22.0°

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