Hey guys, this is Sean with GolfEtail, and today we are reviewing the Callaway Heavenwood Hybrids.
Before we get into reviewing the club, I want to talk about the importance of hybrids. If you are still playing a long iron and haven’t hit a hybrid yet, you are selling yourself short and costing yourself strokes.
Having worked with guys out on the PGA Tour, I can’t tell you how many bags I have seen, with long irons pulled out of, and hybrids put in play. And trust me, if the guys out on Tour are pulling out their long irons, and replacing them with hybrids, think of how much improvement that could do to your game.
One great hint to give you when you think about playing a hybrid is that a lot of folks try to sweep it like a fairway wood. You can’t. You have to hit down on these, and treat them as though they were an iron.
Callaway Heavenwoods come in lofts between 14° and 29° degrees, and that should be able to fill any gaps you have when you pull those hard to hit long irons.
Heavenwoods come with an elongated, compact head, and the C-shaped sole makes it so there is not a lot of club to ground contact, not a lot of area down here that is going to get caught up in the long grass.
As I mentioned before, these clubs come in many different lofts. They are much more versatile than a long iron, much easier to hit out of a bunker and those troubled lies. Don’t sell yourself short. Get some hybrids in the bag and check us out at GolfEtail.com.