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Callaway Steelhead XR Hybrid Review

Callaway Steelhead XR Hybrid Review

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Within the golf industry, there is a current trend that has companies looking to their names of yesteryear and resurrecting them for today’s product launches. This fall, Callaway released a new set of irons with not just a familiar name, but a familiar look as well. As a compliment to those new irons, Callaway has […]

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Cobra F7 Hybrid Review

Cobra F7 Hybrid Review

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One of the most under the radar releases year in and year out for Cobra are their hybrids, for some reason they remain an afterthought for many. This year, the company is stepping up the versatility by introducing the F7 which also features Baffler Rails, something that should catch the eye of many who demand […]

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THP First Look – KBS Tour Hybrid Shaft Preview

THP First Look – KBS Tour Hybrid Shaft Preview

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KBS going graphite? No, don’t worry, the company is not moving away from it’s steel shafts that many THPers have been fit into, but they are launching a new graphite shaft and it is currently being tested out on tour. The new KBS Tour Hybrid Shaft is coming soon, so THP TV caught up with […]

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Srixon Z U65 Utility Club Review

Srixon Z U65 Utility Club Review

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Bridging the gap between the longest iron in a bag and either a high lofted wood or hybrid is a difficult process.  Finding the appropriate levels of launch and turf interaction as a golfer has become much easier with the introduction of the utility iron, and Srixon has updated and improved on their previously successful […]

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Callaway Big Bertha OS Hybrid Preview

Callaway Big Bertha OS Hybrid Preview

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Joining the new Callaway Big Bertha OS Irons (also previewed on THP) are the hybrids bearing the same name. Two years ago the new Big Bertha hybrid was released and it became an instant hit with THPers offering adjustability in a unique package. The Features Explosive Distance from Next-Generation Hyper Speed Face Cup Next-generation Hyper […]

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Srixon Z H65 Hybrid Review

Srixon Z H65 Hybrid Review

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Rounding out the metal-wood lineup for Srixon for their newest iteration of the “Z” lineup is the H65 hybrid. Featuring three loft options, the emphasis here is on using key technologies to create hybrids that produce optimal spin and launch to maximize playability in the lower lofts where most amateur golfers no longer carry irons. […]

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Callaway Steelhead XR Irons and Hybrids Preview

Callaway Steelhead XR Irons and Hybrids Preview

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About 16 years ago, Callaway Golf released the Steelhead X-14 irons and they were incredibly well received, with some golfers, at the time, proclaiming them the best irons Callaway ever put out. A myriad of products have come since that time, but following the bringing back of some iconic names, the Steelhead makes a return […]

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Testers Wanted – Ben Hogan Golf VKTR Hybrids

Testers Wanted – Ben Hogan Golf VKTR Hybrids

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THP is looking for testers to review the new Ben Hogan Golf VKTR Hybrids. Six lucky THPers are going to receive a brand new hybrid that fits the gap in their bag perfectly. The Clubs The new Ben Hogan Golf VKTR Hybrids are now out and you have heard about them on THP. Unique in […]

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Cobra Golf King Utility Club Review

Cobra Golf King Utility Club Review

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Continuing their year of bending boundaries, stretching the capacity of various club head metrics, and redefining what the industry is capable of producing, Cobra Golf unveiled the King Utility, packed with smartly weighted hollow body technology, and the ever popular MyFly8 adapter.  Yes, a utility iron that can start at 18 degrees of loft and […]

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PING G Crossover Review

PING G Crossover Review

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Hybrids have had a huge impact on the game of golf for well over a decade now. When first introduced they were developed as a replacement for long irons, something easier to hit that would allow the ball to get up in the air and offer more forgiveness. Somewhere along the timeline hybrids started to […]

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