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Callaway Diablo Edge Hybrid


$160.00 Released February, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Enables very accurate hits, ball goes just where you send it. Very forgiving of small errors in the swing. The entire club feels sturdy and has a reassuring weight.

The Cons:Hollow sound upon impact makes it slightly more difficult to hear mishits.

The Diablo Edge Hybrid is a hybrid iron from Callaway's Diablo Series that is the winner of the Golf Digest Hot List gold medal for 2010.  The hybrid is designed with a thin crown to create a low center of gravity and make it easier for inexperienced golfers to hit the ball higher and farther.

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  It has a sole design that allows for efficient impact with the ball face for consistent performance on a variety of terrains.  The Diablo Edge Hybrid includes VFT technology to create higher ball speeds and has an offset hosel for easier squaring at impact.  The hybrid is available in standard and tour models and is paired with a Diablo Edge Hybrid Graphite shaft.  It is available in men's and women's left or right-handed models.

Features/Specs

  • Vertical CG Optimization
  • Thin Crown
  • Unique Sole Design
  • Offset Hosel
  • VFT Technology
  • Golf Digest Hot List 2010 gold medal winner

Diablo Edge Hybrids

  • Available Lofts: 3H - 21º, 4H - 24º, 5H - 27º, 6H - 30º
  • Shaft: Diablo Edge Hybrid Graphite
  • Available in Right or Left Handed Models

Diablo Edge Tour Hybrids

  • Available Lofts: Tour 2H - 18º, Tour 3H - 21º, Tour 4H - 24º
  • Shaft: Diablo Edge Hybrid Tour Graphite
  • Available in Right or Left Handed Models

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Pros
  • 3

    enables very accurate hits, ball goes just where you send it

  • 3

    very forgiving of small errors in the swing

  • 1

    the entire club feels sturdy and has a reassuring weight

  • 1

    strong power transfer, works great for longer shots

  • 1

    hitting out of the rough still offers the same control as on the fairway

  • 0

    grip is comfortable and solid

Cons
  • 1

    hollow sound upon impact makes it slightly more difficult to hear mishits

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