If you’re looking to improve a hybrid, making the face flex faster, lowering the center of gravity and stabilizing off-center hits are good places to start. That’s just what the TS hybrids did, building on the increased ball-speed philosophy of the TS drivers and fairway woods by having the thinnest hybrid face in company history. The two options cover those with sweeping swings seeking forgiveness (TS2) and those who hit hybrids like irons and need less spin (TS3). Read more >>
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Sleek and stealthy. High and boring, both in the flight and how relentlessly the same it was. But I could hit a moon ball if I wanted to. That versatility is rare.
Has that clean, tight, players look. It’s a shotmaker’s club, but you can also bash it down the fairway.
It launches really quickly, and lands really softly. It's a full feeling off the face—a complete ball on face feeling—not the bottom or the side. It was a full, flushed spot. Quick up in the air and a soft feeling.