99% of golfers should have THIS CLUB in the bag!

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David Cross says:

Like hen's teeth andy, I've been after the Ping for a couple of weeks can't get one anywhere 🙁

fraser thomson says:

I put a 28 deg hybrid in the bag this year. On the range it's amazing and does everything I need it to do. Although it's not been behaving on the course although suspect it's more to do with user error.

P Gowan says:

Im pretty sure I don't need one but now I want one. Thanks a lot average golf guy haha

Charles Rohl says:

👋 Andy ! I have a cobra rad 7 wood in my bag. Gonna replace my 5 iron w/a 5 hybrid.(probably cobra king tec)Can't wait ! Keep up the good content !👍 p.s. the Cobra king tec irons for 2022 look amazing. I got a sneak peek here in the states. 😍

Roger Bewers says:

I have a 4 hybrid in the bag which I love and the video convinced me to invest in a new 7 hybrid callaway b21 for £100.00 off ebay. Well worth trying in the bag for winter golf as all flight and no roll is the name of the game. Should be fun to try anyway.
Inspired video thanks 😊

Steve Smith says:

Replace fwy woods also, along with irons with hybrids?

Russell Ward says:

I don't have a 7 hybrid, but my 5 wood is quite high lofted at 25 degrees and I average 160m (175yds) carry, so it works really well for me. Definitely worth looking at though. Thanks

Frank Lee says:

Carry a 7 hybrid Cobra T Rail, that and my 7 wood are very handy for a variety of situations

492slayer says:

First off let me say I think this is a well made video. Being that I play 100% PING, I can relate to the quality and expected performance of the G425 7 Hybrid. I would consider myself an average left-handed golfer. I consistently score in the low 80 range, (would be 70's if I spent a bit more time practicing my putting than working for a living). I fully agree that many could benefit from having a high lofted hybrid in their bag up to a point. I might be the rare exception, but never had any practical success with the multitude of hybrids I tried. I have always done well with my fairway woods (3, ,5 ,7, 9) and had no lack of distance or control for the most part. I know this video is focused on the use of the 7 Hybrid, and a recommendation that I would add to the Average Golfer's list is to be custom fit by a qualified club fitter. There are too many people (including myself) that have picked up a club off the rack, went to the course or range and failed miserably with the club because it didn't meet our needs. Shaft flex, kick point, swing weight, length, grip size….. What do you mean I just got a regular shaft? As an example, I purchased a full set of Ping G410 woods and driver (D, 3, 5, 7, 9) at the start of the pandemic last year to replace my older Ping clubs. Of course you had to buy everything online. Well, as a 55yo man, I figured from most of what I read online that my swing speed was probably falling off (Hadn't been measured in years) and being that I had 10 year old clubs with stiff shafts, I should probably go to regular right? Well I got the new clubs and off I went to the range to smash that little white ball to new distances…. (INSERT EXPLETIVE HERE). Long story short, none of the clubs performed well, period. All of a sudden $1500 in new clubs wasn't feeling so great. I was finally able to get in and swing them on a Trackman system and found that I wasn't even close to needing regular shafts, in fact I ended up with my driver needing a PING Tour X-Stiff shaft. I had to replace all the shafts to the tune of almost $500. I will say that I can rip my driver 250+ and straight down the fairway, the woods now have stiff shafts and perform great as well. I recently received my new PING I59 irons and they are incredible to play. I demoed no less than 8 different shafts before settling on the DG105 Stiff. I also use mid-size grips on all my clubs due to the size of my hands. It makes a dramatic difference in your swing. So do yourself a favor and try as many shafts that you can, and have your hand size measured. Go online to PING Golf and they have fitting charts to assist you. I sometimes wonder if I had tried different shafts in my hybrids if I'd be looking for a 7 Hybrid today?😁😁😁

Dylan Moore says:

I can't hit a hybrid to save my life, but love my long irons.

Barry Hamilton says:

Great content as usual. Cheers from Clayton, GA!!

larry veal says:

I'll take all the help I can get.
Cobra 7 wood, 5 – 8 Big Bertha B21 hybrids, Big Bertha 9 and pw, Cleveland cbx2 48 52 56 & 60° wedges. Plus driver and 5 wood.

DC MTB Kaos says:

I’ve put a tsi2 7wood in my bag this year. Love this club!

Brian OConnor says:

AG, I think the challenge is gapping. If you add that club do you take out your 7 or 8 iron. I guess it all depends on where it fits in whether people would rather use that than a lofted iron.

MySpankster says:

i currently have the Ping G425 7 hybrid in my bag and love it….especially out of a bunker or rough…cheers from Canada

David Miller says:

I have a 4 and 5 hybrid currently. I am SERIOUSLY thinking about a 6 and 7 also. I hit my hybrids like a champ but struggle with great flight out of my 6 and 7 irons.

michael agishian says:

I have 0 hybrids. I do have a 7w.

Lindsay Newell says:

I've owned a Callaway heavenwood 30 degree 7h for ~15 years but rarely use it as it sits between my 6i and 7i so the gapping doesn't really work. I gave it to my wife to use and she hits some great shots with it.

Marty W says:

During the Winter I carry 4 -7 hybrids. The grass is tight and turf soft so much easier to hit. I use Callaway Rogue X btw.

Mark Hilton says:

Just wondered Andy what kinda distance were you carrying the 7 hybrid ?

Robert Richard says:

I have a 6h I picked up a few weeks ago at a thrift store for a couple of dollars figuring at that price I had nothing to lose. It turned out to be the best club in my bag.

Greg Ramsey says:

Hey Andy, I’m an avid follower of your channel from Australia. I’m a 68 year old PGA member of 49 years standing, with two total knee replacements and a broken left arm in the past year. As I’ve aged I’ve increasingly lost distance and high ball flight but continued using “proper” irons. Earlier this year when you reviewed the Ping G425 woods and hybrids, I became very interested largely due to your enthusiasm. Through industry contacts I arranged a fitting session with Ping and with a swing speed now in the low 70 mile area, took along my 7 iron as a starting distance and told the fitter to fit me from there through the top end of the bag. When I first looked at the 6 hybrid I nearly threw up, but grudgingly accepted the unbelievable height compared to my irons. Long story short, I now bag G425 driver, 3 and 7 wood, 4,5,6,7 hybrids! My only regret is that I didn’t get the 9 wood because the 425 7 wood is now my favourite club and I’m sure the 9 wood would be an even better flight for me that the 4 hybrid. I then go Mizuno MP20 HMB 8,9,P, and Vokey 50, 54, 58. Seriously considering the new Mizuno 225’s 8-Gap wedge, and possibly going to Cleveland smart sole wedges, just for further ease of use. Furthermore, after your recent videos, yesterday I’ve installed a complete bag of JumboMax grips, played today and OMG! Suddenly I can hold the club securely again in my left hand ( broken wrist) and hit 12/14 fairways for the first time in a long while. The revelation with these grip was how lightly I held them, and the performance of the wedges! i guess what I’m leading to is that I implore all your subscribers to leave their ego at home. Yes, I also am a blade lover (have a set of MP18’s in the garage) but you just cannot argue with the ease of use, performane enhancing playability of high lofted fairways and high lofted hybrids. Apologies for such a long post, but people, give these products a go, and be objective!

Greg Ramsey says:

Hey Andy, I’m an avid follower of your channel from Australia. I’m a 68 year old PGA member of 49 years standing, with two total knee replacements and a broken left arm in the past year. As I’ve aged I’ve increasingly lost distance and high ball flight but continued using “proper” irons. Earlier this year when you reviewed the Ping G425 woods and hybrids, I became very interested largely due to your enthusiasm. Through industry contacts I arranged a fitting session with Ping and with a swing speed now in the low 70 mile area, took along my 7 iron as a starting distance and told the fitter to fit me from there through the top end of the bag. When I first looked at the 6 hybrid I nearly threw up, but grudgingly accepted the unbelievable height compared to my irons. Long story short, I now bag G425 driver, 3 and 7 wood, 4,5,6,7 hybrids! My only regret is that I didn’t get the 9 wood because the 425 7 wood is now my favourite club and I’m sure the 9 wood would be an even better flight for me that the 4 hybrid. I then go Mizuno MP20 HMB 8,9,P, and Vokey 50, 54, 58. Seriously considering the new Mizuno 225’s 8-Gap wedge, and possibly going to Cleveland smart sole wedges, just for further ease of use. Furthermore, after your recent videos, yesterday I’ve installed a complete bag of JumboMax grips, played today and OMG! Suddenly I can hold the club securely again in my left hand ( broken wrist) and hit 12/14 fairways for the first time in a long while. The revelation with these grip was how lightly I held them, and the performance of the wedges! i guess what I’m leading to is that I implore all your subscribers to leave their ego at home. Yes, I also am a blade lover (have a set of MP18’s in the garage) but you just cannot argue with the ease of use, performane enhancing playability of high lofted fairways and high lofted hybrids. Apologies for such a long post, but people, give these products a go, and be objective!

Brian Watts says:

I’ve got Ping 425 5, 6 and 7 hybrids. Suits me well for the par 3’s

James Griffin says:

I’m loving my 4, 5, 6 hys but once I’m in seven range i like the feel of an iron. I find as my swing gets better with help from Utube instruction my longer irons are going farther and farther with more control.

Kym Stock says:

What loft was this hybrid? I have a TS2 hybrid ( 27) set at 29 flat instead of my 6 iron ( 29). At age 67 years of age I didn't even buy a 5 iron in my last iron set. I use a Cobra F7 4-5 Hybrid (set at 24.5) , a TS2 7 wood ( 21) instead of a 4 iron and the most versatile club in my bag is a Cobra F9 single length Hybrid ( 19) is my 3 iron replacement. I use the single length for short chips onto the green and any poor lie shot in the rough, punching out from trees. I am considering using a 33 degree Tour Edge hybrid-iron in winter when we don't get any run at all with my 33 degree 7 iron.

Mark Dunn says:

Looks easier to hit than a 7 wood.

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