Command W7G Hybrids
New look Command W7G hybrids. Feature the same great features but have a new look. Combine the best technologies with the hottest color in golf. The Command W7 hybrids are built to replace the 3 and 4 irons. This compact head profile ensures ease of use in just about any situation. The shape of the hybrid distributes the weight to the center creating a larger sweet spot and solid feel at impact, so the feeling is crisp, pure and the traditional hybrid style sole makes this a really easy club to hit.
- Compare features, performance and price to the Taylor Made® hybrids.
- Built standard with your choice of a low-torque Pinemeadow Hybrid Graphite Shaft or Apollo Lite Steel shaft.
- We highly recommend a graphite shaft on all hybrid golf clubs.
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- Shaft and Grip:
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- 431 Stainless Steel
Roger rated this product on 10/25/22 Love this club, love the head weight. very easy to hit. Another winner!
Jeff rated this product on 04/18/21 Finally played with the new 4 hybrid I ordered. The club felt very very good swinging through the ball. Solid build, great feel of the ball coming off the head. But, what’s with the paint flaking off the head after one round? Was planning on ordering a 3 hybrid but maybe will look elsewhere for a better quality head that doesn’t shed its skin after one use.
david w hall rated this product on 09/30/20 I bought the command W7G hybrids 4 and 5, I love these clubs and wish I could get a 3 and a 6 but they don't make them, only issue is the head covers don't fit, its hard to put them on, really tight, I give the clubs 5 stars and the head covers 1 star
John Kunkel rated this product on 07/08/20 Purchased this club for shots in between my irons and fairway woods. At first I was skeptical about this club based on the price, but I figured what do I have to lose. To say I’m very pleased with it’s performance is an understatement.
john brady reviewed this product on 06/12/20 I am trying without success to order, on-line, Command W 7 G 4 & 5 Hybrids, Advise, please!