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Golf Australia Express : February 2014
IF YOU'RE an adjustability junkie, the Cobra BiO CELL hybrid is well worth a look. With eight loft options available from its relatively simple 'MyFly8 with SmartPad' technology (a mouthful, we know), the BiO CELL hybrid was made with helping female golfers generate more height and solid distance. Mission accomplished. A slighlty larger head on this hybrid (think in between a fairway and tradition hybrid) will appeal to those wanting extra confidence at address. WE HAVEN'Thad a chance to try out the women's version of the Callaway X2 Hot hybrid, but considering it has the same technology as the men's version we're more than confident it's going to be a great addition to your bag. Available in 3H-6H with lofts ranging from 19°- 28°, these little babies will happily replace the woods and long irons in your bag. If you want to make your golf that much easier, get in and try the X2 Hot hybrid. Just don't burn your fingers. AVAILABLE for both men and women, the TaylorMade JetSpeed Rescue hybrid is all about generating more speed in your swing—the theory being more speed equals more distance. Makes sense. In addition, this year's hybrid model is sticking with the 'SpeedPocket' on the sole that we saw in the RBZ Stage 2 last year, although it has been slightly updated. The JetSpeed's black matte finish seems to signify a complete change from the 'science of white' philosophy the company has been spruiking the past two years. COBRA BiO CELL CALLAWAY X2 HOT HYBRIDS MIZUNO JPX Fli-Hi WELL known as an iron-specialist, Mizuno has jumped into the deep end with its JPX Fli-Hi hybrid. And the good news is, it can swim. Designed with a larger head than traditionally seen in hybrids of the past, the whole idea behind the Fli-Hi is to get the ball to, well, fly high. This is aided by a deeper face with a low and set-back centre of gravity. And with the Fli- Hi having the same tuning techniques used in other Mizuno irons, you know it stands up on the technology front. TAYLORMADE JetSpeed