Pinemeadow Excel EGI Hybrids
The Pinemeadow Excel EGI hybrids are the newest addition to the EGI family. The EGI hybrids are available in 8 different lofts, allowing you to replace irons with these easier to hit hybrids.
Each hybrid features a nice balance of weight throughout the entire club head that increases and widens the sweet spot. The shape of the club head allows you to use these clubs from various lies, good or bad.
More and more players are playing hybrids. The reason being they are more forgiving, add distance, and will improve your game instantly. We've mentioned this before, but imagine if you could take a fairway wood, shorten the shaft and change the shape ever so slightly. This is the simple anatomy of a hybrid. If you haven't tried a high lofted hybrid to help your game, it is definitely something worth considering.
- Built standard with your choice of a low-torque Pinemeadow Hybrid Graphite Shaft or Apollo Lite Steel shaft However, we highly recommend a graphite shaft on all hybrid golf clubs.
- Compare features, performance and price to the Callaway® Hybrids.
|Men's Std. Length:||40.5″||40″||39.5″||39″||38.5″||38″||37.5″||37.5″|
|Ladies Std. Length:||39.5″||39″||38.5″||38″||37.5″||37″||36.5″||36.5″|
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Shirley Granger reviewed this product on 04/15/17 Best purchase I ever made for golf clubs. I now have confidence with shorter shots 7-PW. Wish they made a gap and sand wedge in hybrids as well
Gary reviewed this product on 12/22/16 I ordered the 7H and 8H and they arrived yesterday. Very nice looking clubs. I went to the range today and hit them both about 30 balls each. The first shot was with the 8H and it was a perfect down the middle straight down the middle and very straight. Launched high and it was not a sweet spot hit.As a result of the 30-balls I hit with both clubs, when I got home I ordered the 5H,6H, 9H and PW H. I am comfortable they will improve my game.
Judie Tschacher reviewed this product on 11/11/16 I purchased the entire set of hybrids (3-PW) in the spring. They have made an increddible difference in my attitude towards the game and the way I hit the ball. I am a recreational senior player and have not hit the ball well for years. I hit the ball much better now. They are a little heavier than I thought they would be, but I have adjusted. I will try to add another wedge because I hit my PW too well. Customer service answered any questions that I had when I ordered them.
David Nystrom reviewed this product on 10/20/16 Just received by 7,8 and 9 hybrids yesterday. I am almost 73 and have been struggling lately with my long irons. I already have a 4,5 and 6 hybrid that I hit well, but wanted to add the others as I have lost quite a bit of weight (at my doctor's "urging") so had some muscle problems. I have been shooting in the high 80's of late and not comfortable with the irons. Took the new clubs to my home course today, hit a few practice shots and liked how they felt. I played 18 and shot a 38/43 I was kind of worn out on the back 9 as it was a hot day here in Alabama. Very pleased with the performance of these clubs. My first shot with the new clubs was on a par 3 and I put the 9 within 6 feet of the hole. I have a Pinemeadow PGX putter that I have had for years (got the birdie). I find that Pinemeadow Golf has quality products at exceptional prices. The are my go to club provider from now on. By the way the putter has never let me down. You could not give me the most expensive putter around in exchange for the PGX. Way to go Pinemeadow.
Lewis Zanto reviewed this product on 09/28/16 I purchased these clubs about a year ago and have been using them ever since. I play the entire set from the 3H to the PW; I still use standard irons for AW, SW and LW. I only rarely carry a 3W as I find the 3H is nearly as long and easier to hit in any lie. I have a fairly flat, one plane swing and always had trouble hitting standard irons high enough to go over any obstacles and to get the ball to stop quicker. These hybrids hit the ball solid, straight and much higher. They are also about a 1/2 to 1 club longer than by last sets of standard irons which were Taylor Made Speed Blades and Taylor Made Aero Burners. I've tried another set of hybrid irons which had a more rounded bottom edge, but I find these easier to hit from a variety of lies. This design reminds me somewhat of the old Adams tight lies. The swing weight of these clubs is somewhat heavier than anything I have played but I've found that the weight seems to work with this club design. I am a 63 year old male, play 3-4 times a week in the Montana summer, am about a 10 handicap (like most my short game isn't perfect) and I fly this 7H about 155 yards @ 3200' elevation.