Warrior Custom Golf: Hybrids
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The Warrior Custom Golf hybrids combine the characteristics of a Warrior Custom Golf iron and a fairway wood. They tend to have shorter shafts than Warrior Custom Golf fairway woods but a similar loft. This makes them easier to control and like a Warrior Custom Golf iron, more accurate. These Warrior Custom Golf clubs are designed to get you fairway wood distance while maintaining the control and accuracy of an iron. These Warrior Custom Golf hybrids are the club of choice for any golfer looking to lower their handicap. Pull your tough-to-hit long irons out of your bag and replace them with our new, more forgiving Warrior Custom Golf Hybrid irons. These Warrior Custom Golf clubs will give you the confidence you need on those tough shots on Warrior Custom Golf courses.
Get a set of 16, 19, 22 and 25 degree Warrior Custom Golf hybrid golf clubs. Each of these Warrior Custom Golf hybrids possesses a club head that resembles a fairway wood and a shaft length similar to a mid or short iron. Long irons are usually more difficult to swing because of their small face and lower trajectory. Many golfers prefer using their Warrior Custom Golf fairway woods over their long irons; however, Warrior Custom Golf fairway woods have longer shafts so they require a bit of room for a proper swing. This makes it difficult to punch out from the deep rough or under a tree. These Warrior Custom Golf hybrid golf clubs are perfect for long shots from the rough where a Warrior Custom Golf iron would normally be used. With clubheads that resemble a Warrior Custom Golf fairway wood that is designed to skim tall grass instead of sutting through it and shorter shafts for an easier swing, this club will be the perfect weapon of choice.
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