A brand new hybrid could be just the thing you need for your golf bag to plug that gap between your longest iron and your shortest wood.
Many of golf's biggest brands such as Callaway, TaylorMade, Ping and Cobra take a lot of pride in the time and effort invested into their hybrids and this is why they are the best in the business.
If you are less confident with using long irons, a hybrid could be just the thing you need to get that extra bit of metal behind the ball and muscle it further down the fairway.
With this in mind, here are the best hybrids that you need to try in 2021.
COBRA GOLF KING SPEEDZONE HYBRID
New SPEEDZONE hybrids offer the next generation of speed and power, with unique performance innovations to deliver unprecedented performance. The hybrid features a new split rail structure which divides the rail system into a front and rear portion. The front rails are hollow to create walls that flex at impact.
TAYLORMADE SIM2 MAX HYBRID
The 2021 SIM2 Hybrid has been designed to offer great workability and a towering ball flight for golfers of all skill levels. This updated design redistributes weight to enhance forgiveness while still maintaining low CG. The sole has a depressed toe and heel for better turf interaction through reduced friction.
CALLAWAY GOLF BIG BERTHA B21 HYBRID
It's everything that you would expect from a Big Bertha with advanced technologies that make this hybrid really long, straighter and easy to hit. Callaway has advanced its new Flash Face SS21 architecture across a more expansive area to deliver ultra-fast ball speed performance.
COBRA GOLF RADSPEED HYBRID
New RADSPEED hybrids offer the next-generation of performance, with unique Radial Weight Technology. There is unprecedented extreme front weighting for ultra-low spin, faster ball speed and increased distance.
PING G425 HYBRID
Ping engineers have designed this hybrid with a high-strength maraging steel face (one of the strongest steels in the world). This thin, high-strength maraging steel face extends into the crown and sole to provide increased flexing for faster ball speeds that result in greater distance and high launching shots.