Most people know me as Golfer Gal, your fashion guru, and while fashion is in my name, golf is still the game. Today I am going to be changing things up a bit, I will not be reviewing a pair of pants or cute top, today I am talking equipment, hybrids to be exact. I have been getting more and more requests to review items other than clothing, so by popular demand I introduce you to the new Luxe hybrid by Wilson Staff.
THP contacted Wilson Staff and they were very excited to send us a some of their Luxe Premium clubs.
â€œThe Luxe Premium Set offers a tee-to-green solution for the discriminating woman golfer. Manufactured from high performance materials with an attention to detail, every component of the Luxe Premium Set say luxury. With its sleek finish and gleaming irons, there’s not a sexier set of equipment on the market today.”
From the Luxe Premium Set, Wilson Staff sent a hybrid for us to test out. Naturally, the first thing I was interested in was the look. For style, this club passed the test, hands down. The shaft is mostly black with a splash of dark pink near the grip. I know some women dislike that manufacturers make womans clubs pink, but I like pink so I give it a thumbs up.
Next I checked out the grip and head. I have small hands so grips are very important to me, if they are too thick I cannot comfortably fit my hands around the club. I thought the grip was great for stock, it felt nice in my hands, I felt like I had complete control of the club at all times. The head was sharp looking but the entire club was a bit too heavy for my liking.
The final test was to take it to the driving range and course. As I mentioned earlier I liked the way the club fit into my hands which made me feel like I had complete control. It made great contact with the ball and allowed for a solid swing. With almost every swing I got great loft and distance with very little effort. My only issue with the club was again, that I found it a bit heavy. When I was actually hitting the ball, however, I didn’t really notice the weight at all. For overall performance I would give this club a thumbs up, especially for a beginner looking for a good quality set of clubs that they can grow into.
Considering this is from one of their “complete sets”, I am really looking forward to trying their more advanced equipment. They are making the women’s version of the FYBrids that THP reviewed earlier in the week. I very much look forward to putting those out to play on the course. Wilson Staff says it best â€œwith precision lofts of 26 and 30 degrees, these beautiful hybrid clubs are the perfect choice for both tight fairways and thick roughs.”
The entire Luxe line looks impressive. From this complete set for beginners to their brand new Luxe iron set, there seems to be something for everyone from Wilson Staff right now. To read more about any of the stuff mentioned check them out at Wilson Staff Luxe.
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