Cleveland Hi-Bore Hybrids
easy to hit... excellent value
makes up for the miss hits of a long iron
July 2, 2011
I have tried many hybrids, just to name a few, (Cobra, Taylormade, Innovex).Without a doubt, the Cleveland Hibore Hybrid is the easiest and most forgiving of them all. I play to a single digit, however I believe players of all skill levels will benefit from this hybrid.
June 4, 2008
Ratings would have been higher
The club is fine. It works just like expected. The club was in the condition it was advertised except the old grip was never replaced with a new one as Callawy advertises. I had to go out and buy one and put on myself.
November 13, 2013
Here's a question: Would you like to hit each of your irons 8-10 yards farther and almost 50% higher? Would you be happy if your percentage of iron mis-hits dropped dramatically? Would you be especially pleased at how much better all irons hit out of the rough, out of divots and out of the sand were easier to hit?
Well, that has been my experience with the Cleveland Hibore HB3's that I put into my bag earlier this year.
And it makes perfect sense. Most all of us hit our 3-4 hybrids more solidly. So why not go beyond the 3-4's and carry the advantage through the entire set?
And are there any obvious negatives the Cleveland Hibore HB3 irons? Well, there is one negative. When I first put them in my bag my golf buddies gave me a seriously hard time because they were obviously "game improvement" clubs. Oh, they laughed for sure.
But who is laughing now?
October 1, 2013