TaylorMade Qi10 Tour

Why We Like It

Like business ethics and jumbo shrimp, “players hybrid” seems like a contradiction. Too often for better players, the help from hybrids is excessive and the draw-bias weighting is a turn-off. But even the best players need help as clubs get longer, and this model portions its aid in the right measure. This includes heel-and-toe internal weighting for consistent distance control and a more squared-off look at address. The compact head fosters workability and an iron-like-hybrid drive through the turf—as contradictory as this sounds.

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Characteristics

  • Deep face, higher toe, compact size provides better players the look that encourages workability and control.
  • Slot in the sole creates more give in the lower part of the face to increase ball speed.
  • Works best for those with a steeper, iron-like angle of attack.
  • 17, 19.5, 22 degrees (with a 12-way adjustable hosel)

Highlights

  • Top 5 best-looking hybrids, low-handicaps
  • Top 5 best sound/feel hybrids, middle-handicaps
  • Top 10 best-rated hybrids, low-handicaps

Price

$300

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HOT LIST SCORE

The aggregate star rating of all three categories rounded to the nearest half star.

5.0
Performance
5.0
50%*
Innovation
5.0
30%*
Look / Sound / Feel
5.0
20%*

HOT LIST PLAYERS FEEDBACK

Ratings are based on players’ assessments in three key performance areas.

Ball Flight
Lower, More Rolling
Higher, More Carry
Sensory
Quieter
Louder
Playability
Workable
Forgiving

Reviews

How To Use Your Hybrid Effectively

Most amateurs don’t swing fast enough to make their long irons go farther than their middle irons, so hybrids are essential for longer shots into greens. Plus, the hybrid’s design adds forgiveness and playability. Here, Cameron McCormick demonstrates how to use these clubs effectively.

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