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Golf Australia Express : February 2014
SLEEK, compact and stylishly designed, the Ping i25 is one sexy hybrid. This beauty is one best suited to the shotmaker—the creative player who likes to work the ball and use his imagination from all sorts of lies. If Seve would have used a hybrid (which of course he wouldn't have) the i25 would be top of the list. A slight offset in the i25 helps promote higher launch, and it's one of the easier hybrids to line up at address. No frills. Some thrills. HYBRIDS FOR the better player looking for a hybrid that offers both workability and forgiveness, take the Titlesit 913H out for a spin. We reckon you'll like what it offers. A mid-sized head that's a little larger than hybrids of the past few years, the 913H offers an adjustability option to make sure you can configure it to your swing. A clean modern look will also appeal to the golfer who wants his eyes fixated on his ball at address, not his clubhead. PREFER the traditional hybrid look? The clever cookies at Cleveland have managed to produce something incredibly subtle with the 588 hybrid that also incorporates some impressive modern technology for performance. The company calls it its "longest hybrid ever", and we believe'em. You need only a few practice swings to get the sense this thing can unleash some serious power. Centre of gravity has been worked lower to assist with higher launch, while two rails on the sole help keep the face straight through impact. WE'RE making a call: this is the hybrid of 2014. It's a big statement we know, but just wait till you try the Callaway X2 Hot Pro. It's as good—if not better—than last year's model, which if you can't remember was out-and- out phenomenal. The newer version is lighter and the ball still rockets off the face in an unbelievable way. While not impossible, it's seriously difficult to mis-hit this club, even though it's the Pro version (the X2 Hot model is similar yet less workable). No more talking. Go and put one in your bag. PING i25 CALLAWAY X2 Hot Pro CLEVELAND 588 TITLEIST 913H