The Best Hybrid Golf Clubs in 2022 offer a wide array of styles, with several great options to choose from! With the right shaft, the latest families of hybrids can deliver more accuracy, consistency and distance.
You don’t have to have a love-hate relationship with your hybrid golf clubs. We know from our expert fittings that the majority of golfers do. Getting the best hybrids for your game can sometimes be a challenge. Unfortunately, it is hard to trust the off-the-shelf shafts that come with hybrids. We have published two helpful blogs: Solving the Long iron vs. Hybrid Dilemma, and Picking the Best Hybrid Shaft for YOUR Game.
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Best Small Hybrid Golf Clubs in 2022
Small hybrids are designed for players that like a little more forgiveness than a driving iron might give them. Mostly used off the tee or fairway, these hybrids are usually lower launching and have shafts that match that boring ball flight. While PXG Gen2 0317 X was close, our best picks are the Callaway Rogue ST Pro or Titleist TSi3. You could also consider a Ping G425 Crossover which is like a driving iron.
Best Standard Hybrid Golf Clubs in 2022
We call these “standard” hybrids because their size is typically a bit larger than the “small” hybrids mentioned above. These hybrids are designed to get the ball in the air more easily and come in more available lofts. Some really good designs here for getting through rough and hitting off tight lies – the Cobra LTDx, and PXG 0317X are our standouts.
Our Best Standard Hybrid Golf Clubs so far in 2022 are the Callaway Rogue ST Max and TaylorMade Stealth. These two hybrids were crazy long and forgiving in our testing with smash factors as high as 1.48! The Ping G425 and Tour Edge Exotics C722 or E722 are worth a strong look, however.
Best Hybrid/Fairway Woods in 2022
Remember the original TaylorMade RBZ hybrids? Looked like a fairway wood and really performed well… probably their best every hybrid. In our view, the only company that is making something a little larger these days is Callaway. In our testing, the Callaway Rogue ST OS Max is the most forgiving, launches the ball nicely and comes in lofts all the way to an 8 hybrid at 33 degrees! The Callaway EPIC Super Hybrid is another GREAT choice! Hot…hot…hot!