The WEIRDEST golf clubs I’ve ever seen – ALL hybrids!


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Hi I’m Rick Shiels, welcome to my channel RickShielsPGAGolf. This YouTube channel is designed to help you play better golf, also to help you enjoy your golf more!

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29 thoughts on “The WEIRDEST golf clubs I’ve ever seen – ALL hybrids!

  1. I am a hacker who went from not being able to break 100 to shooting low 90’s by using 7 hybrids (3-9) in my bag. It made the game way more fun for me. And I still have 2 wedges for short chips. It was pricey though , all Calloway mavrik max’s. I’m not a senior but I recommend for those wanting to improve quickly without hours of practice.

  2. end of the day, the number on the scorecard is what you care about. this is what they do, Ive got cleveland hybrid irons, I can get 3 and 4 irons over 80' trees, what's not to love? And they're battered to hell, who cares? not me I've never used a head cover on anything in my entire life i've been playing 35 years.

  3. I’ve always wondered why you put so much emphasis on looks and sound? I would us a 2X4” slab of wood if I hit it straighter and longer! I’m going to check these clubs out on Amazon.

  4. This video has more than 20k likes….I actually really want to see these being used in a full 9 with a serious go at scores. Following my meniscus tear I'm looking at these (blue ones) for the low cost or the ELEVEN Hybrids but those are double the price xD

  5. I can hit a 3-4 iron but the hybrid feels like a mini wood and gives me that confidence on the long shots. The set I have came with a three and four hybrid. I miss having a 4 iron but I just hit my 4 hybrid so well and so clean I don’t want to get rid of it. My 4 hybrid hits 195-205. My 3 hybrid goes 210-230 and now I find myself dropping the 3 & 5 wood for a HL 3 wood. This gives me an extra wedge at the bottom. There are definitely times where I wish I could do a hooded 4 iron but have to settle for using a 5. However I use the 4 hybrid from the fairway or on short 3’s and I love the extra height on it. My real conundrum right now is my wedges. I want to fit a lob wedge in but I’m not sure which club to take out. I have a sand, gap, approach, and pitching wedge. They all have lower lofts that makes so I almost never use my 9 iron. I only pull it out in the high 130’s but I’d rather hit a soft 8 when I hit the 140’s. I’m seriously considering dropping it for a lob wedge.

  6. I have a set of these clubs they have improved my golf. I was really struggling with irons so these are a god send!! I do still carry my driver, 3 wood and wedge. They do scratch really easy.

  7. get them on the range and get your distances with them dialled in before you go to the course because they are soooo different. Also consider shanking every time !! it went so straight at the flag?

  8. Why have you taken so long to try out a set of hybrids. Cleveland launcher are a great set Rick, lets see how much better they are. Every senior should try them, definitely will bring down your handicap. Stop at the PW and add three wedges. Love them.

  9. You know that you would never play that sand wedge from green side rough or even from a bunker. Older folks that struggle with slower swing speed which makes it more difficult to get it in the air could ABSOLUTELY benefit from a set like this. If you don’t like them, can I have them? I’ll send them to my father who I think could use them for sure… thanks Rick!!! ?

  10. Rick, I’m an ‘experienced’ (senior), higher handicap golfer. I replaced my irons (4 to 9) with Callaway hybrids this summer and they’ve made a difference in my game. Though I’m still learning how to hit them, they have added a few yards over my irons. I even use them off the tee on tight fairways, helped par a couple par 5’s. Lowered my handicap by about 5 so far this season. Much easier to hit than the irons, better on the fairway then my woods. So far no regrets. Looks like the construction of the Callaway is better than the Wazaki. Enjoy all your lessons, learning a lot, keep them coming. From Northern Alberta,

  11. I am a life long golfer that just recently went with a full set of hybrids and I am never going back. I play a driver, 2-PW hybrids and 52, 56, and 60 degree wedges. I carry no woods (other than driver) and my wedges are the only irons. I'm hitting it longer by 2 clubs at least, higher, straighter and much more consistently. They are so much easier to hit off the tee, out of the rough and off the fairway. It took a few weeks to get the feel for them, but now I love them. One thing I had to adjust to was the increase in distance. With the hybrid PW, for example, I now hit the ball 130-150 yds. with a full swing. With my iron PW I was getting maybe 110 tops out of it with a really good strike. I have found the hybrids almost impossible to slice, difficult to fade and pretty easy to hit straight, a draw, or a hook. Game changers for me. For reference, I am 69 years old. My driver distance has dropped to 210 to 240 yards so the increase in distance with these hybrids really helps offset that loss. Don't be swayed by the stigma around hybrids. Give them a try for a few weeks and I think you will see what I mean. BTW, the 2 hybrid is probably the easiest one in the set to hit. Can that be said about a 2 iron? Nope.

  12. I played with a guy back in the 70`s that had a full set of wood clubs from driver right down to pitching wedge. They were like todays hybrids so this idea is not new.

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