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Adams' latest club-design mission yields a smaller hybrid that's easier to hit than a long iron – but remains workable, according to the company.
The Adams a12 OS Hybrid Iron mixed set uses three hybrids, two transitional irons and three deeply undercut cavity-back irons.
The Adams Idea Tech V4 hybrid has cut-thru slots in the crown and sole, a design intended to increase spring-like effect and ball speed.
The Adams Idea Tech V4 irons -- available in two versions: a forged set and an all-hybrid set -- seek high, solid hits with long clubs and short clubs that allow feel and control.
Adams' Idea Tech V4 hybrids are meant to inspire confidence across the board -- lofts start at 17 degrees and progress all the way to 32.
With launch angles and head sizes to match almost any player's game, Adams created the Pro, Pro DHy, and Pro Mini hybrids.
Adams Golf's Super Idea DHy driving hybrid offers length and versatility, but flights the ball more like an iron, according to company officials.
More white golf clubs were coming. Everybody knew it. Now here they are for 2013 -- white-headed metalwoods from Adams, joining the parade of white drivers, fairway woods and hybrids introduced by TaylorMade in 2011.
Bridgestone is focused on making clubs for skilled golfers -- the J40 hybrid lineup contains genuine hybrids, smaller in size and not necessarily related to the fairway woods.
Phil Mickelson showed up in Abu Dhabi in January with a new 18-degree X2 Hot Pro hybrid in his bag. He tied for second.
Any discussion of Callaway Golf’s new family of clubs revolves around the word hot -- it's even in the name of the new Callaway X2 Hot lineup of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons.
Using a new face design and internal weight system, Callaway aims to add distance to its latest hybrids -- the X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro.
The Callaway X Hot hybrids have a unique sole design that should help mid- and high-handicap golfers not only replace irons, but find clubs.
The Cleveland Classic hybrid has two main design features to help golfers escape from rough, fairway bunkers and all sorts of nasty places on the course: railed soles and a precisely-positioned center of gravity.
An adjustable hosel system allows each of the three Cobra AMP Cell hybrids to have a 3-degree loft range, as well as the company's SmartPad alignment system.
The Cobra Baffler is an iconic name, forever linked with a utility club that could be hit from virtually any lie. But its legacy soon will expand to an entire family of clubs.
To make the Cobra Baffler T-Rail hybrids skim over the turf, as well as through rough and sand more efficiently, Cobra designed a pair of rails in the sole with tungsten weighting.
The Mizuno JPX-825 hybrids are designed to be pure hybrids, not mini versions of fairway woods, and are available in four lofts.
Mizuno's Shock Wave Sole, intended to allow the clubhead to contract then expand upon impact, helps define the company's new JPX-850 hybrids.
Nike, with its new VRS Covert 2.0 fairway woods and hybrids, has adapted the same Fly-Brace design principle that is used in the new VRS Covert 2.0 drivers.
In February, 2013, golfers will see Nike's new Covert drivers, fairway woods and hybrids in retail outlets. Throughout November, 2012, Nike is staging official introductions of the Covert driver and saving the fairway woods and hybrids for later.
The VR_S Performance Covert and Covert Tour hybrids feature a large hole in the back-center section of the sole that Nike says can lead to higher, straighter shots.
Ping's adjustable driver is a bet on golfers understanding the benefits of a personalized driver, with the whole line hitting stores in late August.
Next in the evolution of Ping's G series: the new G25. At the PGA Merchandise Show on January 24-26 in Orlando, Fla., Ping will showcase this new line. Bubba Watson has switched to the G25, as has fellow Ping staffer Hunter Mahan.
To compliment the release of the new Ping G30 drivers and fairway woods, the Phoenix-based company also has unveiled hybrids designed to increase distance and provide more forgiveness.
James Achenbach: Ping’s new club family, the i20, offers the latest in a long line of distinctive-looking offerings that date to the company's founding 53 years ago.
Higher launch angles and less spin are the combined target in Ping's new i25 hybrid.
TaylorMade enhanced the sole design and pushed the CG forward in its latest JetSpeed Rescue hybrid to give it more distance.
A low, forward CG position combined with a new slot in the sole helps the TaylorMade SLDR fairway woods and rescue clubs create more ball speed and distance.
TaylorMade, with its new line of SLDR drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, has taken the traditional perception of loft and altered it substantially.
With the Rescue TP hybrid, TaylorMade aims to provide distance, control and versatility thanks in part to its thin face and low CG.
The calling card for the TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 Rescue hybrid is the Speed Pocket, or slot, in the sole of the club.
TaylorMade has a new version of its SLDR woods on the way to market, called the SLDR S and available in drivers, fairway woods and rescue hybrids.
The Titleist 910H hybrids were designed around two key features: a unique adjustable hosel system and a larger head.
Titleist's new 913 driver has made an early appearance on Tour with the likes of Rory McIlroy, and now you will see more of the 913 fairway and hybrid line as well.
Tour Edge designed the Exotics XCG6 hybrids for golfers who want an iron replacement that combines distance, control and feel in a traditional-looking package.
Wilson’s new family of Staff D-100 golf clubs includes irons, drivers, fairway woods and hybrids for both men and women. It has been years since Wilson staged an introduction this comprehensive.
Wilson Golf is rolling out an entire new family of clubs under its Staff banner. The FG Tour M3 includes fairway woods, hybrids, irons and Wilson's first adjustable driver.