AT705 Hybrid Review by Joe Davidson
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New AT 705 Hybrid Irons from Thomas Golf
Whatever you call them Hybrids are becoming increasingly popular. I've
said before that the 2 iron, 3 iron and 4 iron are about to fade out of
existence for the average golfer.
This weekend I had the opportunity to test the new 3 iron hybrid and 5
iron hybrid from Thomas Golf ( www.ThomasGolf.com ). These hybrids are
far easier to hit than their iron counterparts. They get out of rough
much easier and they just generally feel more solid.
I highly recommend hybrids for all golfers even low handicappers.
Hybrids are just a better club for the job. Golf clubs are changing
every year. The makeup of the average set has changed. When I started
playing golf it was normal to carry only two woods and two wedges. Now
carrying three or four of each is common. You're going to see a lot
more hybrids in the coming years. I'd bet that most of our
readers will be carrying hybrids within the next five years.
If you want a really nice hybrid at a very reasonable price you should
check out the hybrids from Thomas Golf. They're only half the price of
the big name hybrids. I really like the aim lines on their clubs and
they are a company that really stands behind their products.
( www.ThomasGolf.com )
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"UPDATE" HYBRIDS ARE BECOMING THOROUGHBREDS
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Hybrids are becoming more and more popular. They are replacing long
irons even in many touring pro bags. Soon you'll see them replacing
many middle irons. Some folks are playing whole sets of hybrids. Thomas
Golf is one company making a whole line of hybrids at very reasonable
prices. I always carry at least one or two Thomas hybrids in my bag. If
you're looking to try out a hybrids I'd definitely recommend checking
out Thomas because they will make sure you're fit to the right club.
For only $79 a club they are a real hybrid bargain.
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