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You don’t have to play the same equipment as the best players in the world to have fun and play well. In fact, the equipment Tour Players have in their bags would probably end up hurting your game more than helping it. That’s because it’s engineered for players at elite levels that most of us will never attain. Not to mention this stuff is mind-bogglingly expensive. It’s the casual weekend golfer that the StIx Complete Set is meant for.
Not only are these clubs a heck of a lot less expensive, they’re designed with this type of player in mind. So, if you want to get the most out of your golf game, but don’t want to break the bank in the process, this set of clubs is perfect.
- Price point is much lower than clubs from premium manufacturers.
- Buying a complete set saves you the time, money, and confusion of having to buy clubs individually.
- Shipping times are shorter than those from bigger name brands.
- Lack of customization might be a deterrent.
- Depending on where you live, it might be hard to hit these clubs before you buy.
- Might not be the best option for advanced players that are extra-particular about their equipment.
The Ping G425 Hybrid is an excellent choice for any golfer that has trouble hitting their long and mid irons consistently.
Its expertly crafted design is forgiving and makes it easy to get the ball in the air from any lie. The G425 is also ideal for players with slower swing speeds that have trouble hitting shots high enough to stop them on the green. Its low CG creates conditions for higher launch than almost all other hybrids on the market. Unless you’re an elite iron player with a fast swing speed, there’s not much doubt that the G425 Hybrid can help your game.
- Additional offset helps slicers keep the ball online.
- Tungsten weighting increases MOI and stability through impact.
- Plenty of loft and adjustability options make fitting and customization easy.
- Severe offset may not be preferable for players that hit a draw.
- Price point remains high compared to other hybrids from 2021.
- Availability can be an obstacle due to high demand.
The Homna TR21 hybrid is crafted in a way that both allows players to feel confident with it in their hands, and delivers premium performance shot after shot.
The look of the club is classic with rounded edges and square top and bottom lines. Combined with the very best in technology and materials, the TR21 is one of the most advanced and highly sought after hybrids on the market.
Golfers looking to replace their driver and 3 woods may find this club can do both. Having one club that fills two spots at the top of your golf bag gives you more options in your wedges and scoring clubs. More clubs at the bottom of your bag can improve your scores by giving you more options around the greens when accuracy matters most. The V12 club is uniquely versatile and can give golfers new hope if they have been struggling with their long games. If you are someone struggling with driving accuracy and inconsistent fairway wood shots that are topped or have too little launch, the Vixa V12 is built for your game.
- A one-of-a-kind design gives golfers ultimate versatility from all lies
- The Vixa V12 is one of the only metal woods available for under $200
- The shallow club head simplifies contact and eliminates the need to hit up so much on drives and tee shots
- The red color is aggressive and may be distracting for some players
- The hosel is non-adjustable and the only loft available is 14.5 degrees
- The V12 shafts do not come in extra stiff flexes and higher swing speed players may need stiffer profiles
When hybrids first came out, they were said to be the greatest golf invention since the sand wedge. While traditional hybrids do benefit the weekend golfer, they have not lived up to their original hype. The iRT-5 hybrid changes all that and finally allows golfers to realize what they were promised so many years ago. With revolutionary design features, the iRT-5 is playable from any lie and is sure to help you hit long shots higher, farther, and more consistently. If you’re a player that struggles with long shots from the fairway and out of trouble, the iRT-5 hybrid should be in your bag.
- Machete Rails keep the toe from digging for better contact
- The heavy clubhead increases stability during impact
- A shorter shaft allows for increased control
- The iRT-5 hybrid golf club only comes in 24 degrees of loft
- Lack of adjustability means you cant customize the club
- May not be suitable for better players