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2013's latest hybrid from famous branded golf company 4 Years ago
In 2013, many golf company released their new babies including ping, callaway, taylormade and so on. I want to recommend some hybrid which released in this year. Hope it will be helpful for you to choose your own hybrid.

Ping g25 Hybrid
The G25 has softer edges and a shallower face to give more of a mini fairway wood feel to it than previous PING hybrid offerings. These traditionally shaped 17-4 stainless steel hybrids are extremely forgiving, launch the ball high, and feel solid at impact. External sole weighting positions the CG low and back for optimizing launch and spin while raising the MOI. One of the few hybrids that can be shaped both ways. The cheap Ping G25 Hybrid performs these shots quite well with some predictable results and no ballooning shots at all.

Callaway X Hot Hybrid
The loft, length, CG height and thinner face are all designed to optimize distance and trajectory in hybrids that are longer from everywhere. High and straight is the norm Callaway X Hot Hybrid well-struck shots produce a slight draw; heavy, powerful head cuts through rough with ease and excels from fairway bunkers. he Speed Frame Face creates incredibly fast ball speeds all across the face for longer, more consistent distance. This technology helps optimize the CG and offers more forgiveness for accurate shots. A thin "Speed Frame" design helps the face flex faster for higher ball speeds over a larger portion of the hitting area.

Titleist 913 Hybrids
Like the 913 fairway woods (previous page), the cheap Titleist 913H Hybrid come in two models, the 913H and 913H.d.
913H hybrids: The "all-around performance" model with the focus on distance and stability. The weighting is low and deep for more forgiveness. The center-of-gravity locations are progressive through the lofts, and the higher-lofted clubs include offset. The clubhead shape is what Titleist terms tour-inspired, with a softer toe and sleeker heel.
913H.d hybrids: And this is the lower-spin model, with its weight placed more forward, helping create a more penetrating ball flight. The clubhead is more compact than in the 913H, and there is more offset in the 913H.d hybrids. High-speed golfers will probably prefer this model, as Titleist's tour players do.
The differences between the two hybrid models stem from the SureFit Tour weight location on their soles, wholesale golf equipment which changes the center of gravity profiles for each. Titleist says that allows golfers to select a model based on forgiveness or ball flight.

These hybrids are so amazing, aren't they? No matter which one you choose, you will get a good result from it.
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