Our Review:Seems simple: Rails on the sole of a hybrid lower the center of gravity and help turf interaction. Designing them correctly? Not so simple. Cleveland’s engineers used extensive computer simulations to determine the ideal number, size and spacing of its rails. Crucial is the way the leading edge forgives fat shots, allowing for 25 percent less loss of speed coming into the ball versus past models. A thin, high-strength steel face rewards all that saved speed. Read more >>
Specs: 16, 19, 22
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
highThe squared toe is comforting at address. The rails slice through the turf and launch the ball high.
midLaunches a mile high. Easy to elevate. The way the sole is designed the turf interaction is smooth and can get you out of a lot of bad lies.
lowI like the dark finish, real clean on the top. Sole sits really nice. It's not twisting or rocking at all.