The Replacements

No longer considered a novelty, the hybrid club has developed a new reputation as the go-to shotmaker from the fairway, the rough and, believe it or not, around the green.


Precept EZU
www.preceptgolf.com
$149

Precept EXU Designed for mid- to high-handicap golfers looking for an easy-to-hit alternative to long irons, the EZU utility woods feature a low-profile clubhead with increased offset and a low and deep CG location. Standard features of the EZU include a proprietary Aldila graphite shaft and Winn V17 grip. The EZU can comfortably replace 2-, 3-, 4- and 5-irons, making it both extremely versatile and appealing for the recreational golfer.
Lofts: 18°, 21°, 25°, 30° (no LH)

Purespin Diamond Face
www.purespinsports.com
$99

Purespin Diamond Face The Diamond Face hybrid from PureSpin is the ideal mid- to long-iron replacement for players seeking both added control and a higher ballflight. The Diamond Face provides excellent control and added spin, while the redesigned head configuration has a lower and deeper CG.
Lofts: 19°, 22° (no LH)

Srixon AD
www.srixon.com
$175

Srixon AD The new AD is a well-constructed and -engineered hybrid. This highly versatile club features an
ultra-thin maraging-steel clubface with a high COR for increased ball speed and distance, as well as tungsten-nickel weighting that lowers the CG to produce high, soft shots. Srixon is one of the few companies also successful in the golf ball market, so if you like the AD hybrid, check out the new AD333 golf ball.
Lofts: 18°, 21°, 24° (no LH)
TaylorMade Rescue Dual
www.taylormadegolf.com
$235 ($275 graphite)

Taylormade Rescue Dual The new Rescue Dual features two TLC ports positioned low in the back of the clubhead near the heel and toe, and the Rescue Dual’s CG position can be customized by adjusting the accompanying TLC weight cartridges. Because most golfers miss to the right, the club also features a fixed weight near the heel to promote more draw-inducing rotation through impact. The V-shaped sole is designed to minimize resistance through impact. Also available in the TP (Tour Preferred) model.
Lofts: 16°, 19°, 22°, 25° (available LH)

Tour Edge Exotics
www.touredge.com
$235 ($275 graphite)

Tour Edge ExoticsBuilt with a lightweight beta-titanium cupface that’s Combo-Brazed to a heavier Hyper-Steel body, the Exotics Iron-Wood provides the maximum allowable .830 COR for impressive distance. Each Iron-Wood comes with two six-gram weight screws and an optional kit that provides four additional weight screws for enhanced customization.
Lofts: 18°, 21°, 24° (available LH)

Vulcan Sniper
www.vulcangolf.com
$129

Vulcan Sniper The new Sniper from Vulcan Golf is loaded with cool stuff. The carbon crown helps lower the CG for a higher trajectory and the shallow face makes it easier to hit from tight lies off the fairway or in heavy rough. Also, the cambered sole facilitates hitting the ball in the center of the clubface. The new Aldila V-Tech graphite shaft is a great component as well, designed for the utmost in carry distance and clubhead stability through the impact zone.
Lofts: 17°, 20°, 23° (no LH)




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