Five Hybrids You Should Be Looking At for 2014 & 2015

Over the last two decades the hybrid has become a golf equipment staple for amateur and professional players alike. Not only has the ‘half-wood-half-iron’ club all but replaced the long iron, but golfers have also started using hybrids in other creative ways. Indeed, golfers who do not own a hybrid are doing themselves a huge disservice.

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Never fear, faithful readers! We at Bunkers Paradise are here to keep you up-to-date with the latest and greatest hybrids on the market (or soon to be!). Here are five hybrids you should be looking at for the upcoming golf season.

Cobra Fly-Z XL

Cobra Fly-XL Hybrid

Cobra’s newest hybrid packs a lot of punch in a small package. The Cobra Fly-Z XL is much more a ‘mini-fairway wood’ than a long iron, which will help players looking for a boost in distance from the fairway. The combination of a Speed Channel face and Back CG Weighting will help you lift the ball into the air and add those much needed yards to carry any bunker or pond between you and the green.

TaylorMade R15 Rescue


Not unlike their new driver and fairway woods, the new TaylorMade R15 hybrid rescue club was built to get you out of trouble without compromising distance from any lie. Featuring full adjustability and a new Tour-inspired shape and smaller footprint (which gives it more on a true muscle-back iron feel), the TaylorMade R15 Rescue will undoubtedly be a popular club among players of all handicap levels.

TaylorMade Aero Burner

AB Rescue_3_4

Believe it or not, but TaylorMade has released a second metalwoods option if the R-Series doesn’t suit your needs. The new TaylorMade Aero Burner Rescue features the company’s patented Speed Pocket technology and super-hot face that promote ball speeds that will make your head spin. Designed with the mid-to-high handicap player in mind, don’t be surprised to see this puppy in golf bags all over your country club.

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