Charles Schwab Challenge

Colonial Country Club


Srixon H65

Our Review:

Though its lofts are limited, these hybrids are designed to dial in the right ball flight. That notch in the crown that runs parallel to the face deepens in depth as the lofts increase to help you launch the ball with more speed. An internal weight pad is farther back in the lowest loft to also help with launch. The weight pad then shifts forward in the higher lofts to control spin. The higher lofts also feature a more rounded sole to increase workability.
Specs: 16, 19, 22
Price: $230
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Player Comments
  • low
    It has a nice, clean look. The whole face feels sturdy, like you can hit it anywhere without consequences.
  • mid
    An average swing with this club produces an above-average result.
  • high
    It gets up in the air with plenty of zip. Even my mis-hits had good distance.