Warrior Custom Golf: Warrior Hybrid
Have you ever been in a situation where you need the distance of a Warrior Custom Golf fairway wood and the control and accuracy of a Warrior Custom Golf iron? What would happen if you combined the best characteristics of a Warrior Custom Golf fairway wood and a Warrior Custom Golf iron? When you combine the advantages of both a Warrior Custom Golf fairway wood and a Warrior Custom Golf iron, you get a Warrior Custom Golf Hybrid.
The new type of Warrior Custom Golf club on the golf scene is the Warrior Custom Golf utility woods or also known as Warrior Custom Golf hybrids. They combine both the Warrior Custom Golf iron and Warrior Golf fairway woods into a single golf club. The Warrior Custom Golf Hybrids are designed to replace those hard to hit long irons. For years, golfers have tried to use their fairway woods all over the course the prevent themselves from committing to the dreadful long golf irons; unfortunately, fairway woods are designed for one thing and one thing only, to hit off the short fairway grass. Their long shafts make them harder to swing in difficult terrain like a deep rough or underneath a tree. Hybrids provide a favorable alternative to the difficult irons, providing confidence to the golfer as they approach the greens from a very difficult position. The success of the hybrid iron is partly due to the design of the head, resembling a smaller fairway wood head and the shaft length appropriately modeled after the irons. Hybrids are also designed with specific favorable lofts that allows the golfer to launch the ball quickly and with less effort. The unique design the hybrid iron has been extremely successful for golfers all over the world, especially for those golfers with a higher handicap index.
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