|• Distance Driven Geometry lowers the crown of the club head, positioning the Center of Gravity (CG) lower for easier and higher initial launch trajectory• The inverted crown design combined with Thin Crown Technology allows for relocation of 15 grams of discretionary weight or increased Moment of Inertia (MOI)• A tour-inspired face profile with larger face area and sweet spot area instill confidence at address.• Available in 22, 25, 28 and 31 degrees of loft|
|Model||Hi-Bore Hybrid W-Series|
|Head Material||Stainless Steel|
Average review score based on 7 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I actually got this club by mistake, as I thought it was a 3-wood, rather than the 3 hybrid. I already had a Cleveland 3 hybrid, which I really liked, but I decided to keep the Hi-Bore W-series to replace the other, as I prefer the feel to the new club. It is well-balanced and just generally feels better.
Switched from Olimar hybrids to the Hi-Bore after trying the 4 iron at the range. Love the feel and the low kick shift gets the ball up pretty quickly. After realizing my new 3 and 4 iron was 21* and 25* vs my Olimars at 19* and 22*, I went to Ebay and got a 2 iron (19*). I have to say I get the 2 iron up in the air easier then my standard 5 and 6 iron. The 2 iron has eliminated the need for a 5 wood. If I had to do it all over again, I wouldn't change a thing.
The sound dead, but go so much further than any other hybrid I have ever hit. I have had Titleist and Taylormade and neither come close to this cleveland.
Excellent club. I now have the #5, 4, and 3 Hi-Bore Hybrids. The forgiveness in dicey lies is first rate. I love the ball flight and the solid feel of the club.