Not as risky as you think
How many times have you put your driver back in the bag ‘because it’s just not worth the risk’? What if… just what if… it IS worth the risk?
Are you finding that, as you’re getting older, you can’t quite hit it as far as you used to? Or maybe you’re a young gun who looks at a par-5 green and thinks ‘I want to make that in two’ but can’t quite get there. Well, oddly enough, you might both have the same solution!
Sometimes a long-iron just won’t reach and a fairway wood is too much (or too hard to hit off the deck). That could take us a down a ‘gapping’ rabbit hole, but that’s not what we want to talk about today, because we’re focusing on how hybrids can play a major role on your scorecard.
A green that used to be reachable with your irons but no longer is can still be hit with your hybrid, as is the par-5 that’s just slightly too far to go for glory. In fact, with Callaway’s Rogue ST hybrids, it could even be easier to hit that green because not only are they built for easy distance, the refined sole helps the club glide through the turf smoothly for easy, consistent contact. And, equally importantly, the high launch also helps with ‘stopping power’ to ensure your ball actually takes a chair and sits down when you find the dancefloor.
We’re absolutely smitten with these hybrids, so it’s pretty handy that there’s four different models (Max, Max OS (oversized), OS Lite (oversized and lightweight) and Pro), ranging from 2H to 8H; giving you the chance to pick & choose which set-up of hybrids will yield the best results for your game.
If you’re not sure how to do that yourself, unfortunately you’re going to need PGA Professional to help… Oh wait, that’s us! Yeah, and we’d be more than happy to custom fit those hybrids, although the most fun part is actually hearing about how much they’ve lowered your score.