If you're looking for a new hybrid and your budget is £100, then you've come to the right place. Here we're looking at five of the best value hybrids available on Golfbidder as of May 2021.
Some people think of them as little fairway woods while others think of them as an extension of your iron set. Both answers are correct, but the key to their usefulness is giving you an easier to his solution to long irons if you're new to golf. You can hit a hybrid off a tee, you can hit one into a green, and their small heads are great at helping you get out of troublesome rough.
The hybrid is turning into the go-to club for more and more golfers. And not just for the 200-yard shot you have to keep in play anymore! The confidence people have with their hybrid or utility wood is causing them to experiment with other shots where they also might struggle.
The question over 18 degrees. One of the most confusing things when assembling a set of golf clubs can surround the choice between an 18 degrees fairway wood, hybrid and/or utility iron. They may all share the same loft, but this does this mean they do the same job?
There has been a huge trend in recent years towards stats in golf with the dawn of launch monitors means golfers are becoming more knowledgeable about what exactly effects the flight of a golf ball. This is never more important than when looking to buy a driver. There are so
You might be thinking “what are they talking about down at Golfbidder HQ?” but please bear with us, it’ll all make sense soon. Essentially what we mean when we say start a family is to match your driver, fairway and hybrid – for example all TaylorMade M1. You see this all
The first thing you need to know is that no counterfeit clubs are sold on Golfbidder. Never have been and never will be - so right away you can relax! However, on some websites which allow members of the public to buy and sell directly amongst themselves - counterfeit golf
The debate between distance and forgiveness has been going on (and will continue to do so) as long as the manufacturers are making golf clubs. They’ll always be able to improve on one – by sacrificing the other. So, the question of where the balance is, is something that’s unique to
Every golfer is different and therefore a shaft that might be good for one of your playing partners might not be suited to you. Similarly, two different shafts in the same driver head will produce very different launch and shot characteristics. As a result of this you’ll notice when a
In simple terms, a cross between a fairway wood and an iron. They are relatively new kids on the block – TaylorMade started the recent trend with their Rescue clubs (they still call their hybrid clubs Rescues) about 10 years ago – but now all the manufacturers are making them.
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