Best Hybrids 2023

Shot on location at the brilliant Dundonald Links in Scotland TG Test Pro Neil Wain and Equipment Editor Simon Daddow test and review the best Hybrids of 2023.

We narrow 23 Hybrids down to our favourite six models of the year and show comparison data for all leading options.

See the test data on our website here

0:51 Which type of Hybrid do you need?
2:47 How did we create our data?
3:58 How do all 23 Hybrid models compare for accuracy and dispersion?
7:11 How do all 23 Hybrid models compare for ball speed, launch angle, backspin, shot height, descent angle and carry distance?
10:22 Our top six performing Hybrids of 2023

Get more information about all of our best performing hybrids individually below:
TaylorMade Stealth 2 –

Ping G430 –

Callaway Paradym –

Cobra Aerojet –

Cleveland Launcher XL Halo –

Mizuno JPX Fli-Hi –

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17 thoughts on “Best Hybrids 2023

  1. Hi. I just got a pxg gen 5 driver and 5 wood. Because of price I was thinking of cleveland 4 h and 5 h vs pxg 5 h xf gen 6

    Need to replace my 4 iron and 5 iron. Is the cleveland easy to hot for a senior

  2. Thinking 5 hybrid. Considering stealth 2, stealth 2 hd, rogue st max os. The 949x sounds promising with its tight shot area . How was your height with the 949x? Forgiveness on mishits compared to stealth and callaway?

  3. Weird I have watched a few reviews now and I am now wondering if some of you are sponsored by the companies as you guys are saying the taylormade is top, the one I watched before you placed the taylormade bottom and the callaway top.

  4. Awesome review. Not trading in my G 425 hybrids though. G 430 is great though. I do love the fact they can be adjusted. I have used the adjustability of Ping hybrids and woods to my advantage. Love it.

  5. What loft was the Mizuno Fli-Hi? Also did it have a steel or graphite shaft? It seems the Fli-Hi comes in predominantly steel shaft; if it was steel, how did it affect performance and possibly feel with the steel shaft?

  6. TM HD is bigger like the fairway 3W (200cc). Lots of choice these days, driven by women professional's that are better from fairways than the men…

  7. awesome review…i just bought the STEALTH 2 HD in the 3 wood and 5 wood and 4 Hybrid….lookin forward to golf season….might also add the STEALTH 2 HD Driver…..cheers from Canada

  8. Why was TITLEIST TSR excluded from the test. I tried many hybrids and just moved from ping g425 to TITLEIST TSR2 which has been so much better in look, feel, and consistency

  9. I have a Cleveland HALO 4 Hybrid stiff shaft which feels fine. 22 degree loft distance for me is 185-200 yards, 7 wood then 195- 215 yards.
    Although my hybrid and 7 wood carry the same loft the 7 wood goes 15 yards further. Hybrid still stays in the bag for versatility, bump and runs not even at the green side but below heavy tree canopy. I would bump run from 130 yards between trees with confidence. Longest iron now in the bag is a 6 iron.

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