We Reveal The 3 Best Hybrid Clubs For Mid Handicappers

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Hybrids are probably my favorite club in the bag because they’re a lot easier to hit than a fairway wood or long iron. This article will talk about the 3 best hybrid clubs for mid handicaps so you can pick the one that’ll best fit your game, and I’ll also talk about the cheapest place to pick each of them up.

When we were trying out all the rescue hybrids we ranked them all based on how high they launched, how versatile they were, and also how much they cost. We tried the best we could to find a cheaper option as well as a more expensive one.

That being said, here are the best mid handicap rescue hybrids:

  1. Taylormade M6.
  2. Callaway Big Bertha OS.
  3. Cobra F-Max Superlite.

Continue reading for my full review of each and info on where to get them for the best price.

#3: Cobra F-Max Superlite Hybrid

Hybrids are great clubs because they can either be used as a mini fairway wood (more accurate) or for replacing your long irons (higher launch and easier to hit). You can also even use them around the green for bump and runs. That’s why they’re the perfect club for a mid to high handicap golfer.

The F-Max is the cheapest hybrid on this list and doesn’t offer a whole lot of adjustments (weights, lofts, etc) but it’s still one of the most forgiving and easy to hit hybrids I’ve tested. It’s a little bit of an older model now and might be tougher to find, but if you’re on a budget it could be the one for you.

It’s also one of the better hybrids I’ve used for hitting out of the rough (way easier than an iron or wood in my opinion).

Let’s talk about the PROS:

  • It’s the cheapest hybrid on our list.
  • It has a good alignment feature to help line up to the target.
  • It’s a forgiving club that produces good club speed.

And the CONS:

  • There aren’t any loft or weight adjustments.
  • It has a bit of a draw bias so it won’t be the best if you tend to hook the ball.

Overall, if you’re tight on a budget this will be the one for you. Check the current price on Amazon.

#2: Callaway Big Bertha OS Hybrid

Callaway has always produced my favorite hybrids over the years and one of my favorites has been the Bertha OS because it’s the easiest to hit and the straightest hybrid (for me). It’s not going to be something that’ll improve your game overnight but I do think you’ll find it more useful than your woods and long irons.

That being said, the reason I have it ranked #2 is that it’s not the best when it comes to workability (which some mid handicaps would be looking for). Some people just want to hit it long and straight and this hybrid would be perfect for that. If you want something that’ll produce a bit more spin, the first pick might be a bit better.

It’s pretty much a smaller fairway wood that’s a bit easier to hit out of the rough and more accurate from the fairway. That’s why it’s a fairly easy transition for someone who already likes hitting their fairway woods.

The PROS:

  • It’s the easiest of the 3 hybrids to hit.
  • It’s the straightest hybrid I’ve hit.
  • It doesn’t sound or feel hollow at impact like a lot of others.

The CONS:

  • It’s not the best hybrid for drawing or fading the ball.
  • The head is a little bit on the bigger side.

Overall, if you want something long and straight, this will be the one for you. Check the price on Amazon. Here’s a demo video:

 

#1: Taylormade M6 Hybrid

I’ve never really been the biggest fan of Taylormade clubs, but after testing out the new M6 hybrid, it’s become one of my favorite clubs on the market. The hybrid is awesome and so are the driver, woods, and irons. They generate good distance, are super forgiving, and perform just as they should.

They’ve introduced the new Twist Face technology (which was only in the drivers before) and it does help a lot with improved distance and higher ball flights. It’s designed to straighten out shots that are hit on the toe and heel. That’s what happens with most mid to high handicaps so that’s why this hybrid is so useful.

The reason I have it ranked higher than the Bertha OS is that I found it to be a bit more versatile (it’s smaller so it’s better out of the rough and also has more workability). That’ll make it a bit better if you’re looking to control the ball by drawing or fading or keeping it low under the wind.

The PROS:

  • It’s just as forgiving as any other hybrid I’ve used.
  • It’s great from off the tee, on the fairway, or in the rough.
  • It’s a great club if you top the ball a lot (still gets respectable distance).

The CONS:

  • It’s pretty expensive for a hybrid.
  • It’s not the easiest club to align (to the target).
  • It wasn’t quite as long as the Bertha (for me).

Overall, it’s one of the most versatile hybrids for mid handicaps and that’s why it’s my #1 pick. Check the price on Amazon. Here’s a demo video:

 

Final Thoughts

If you’re a mid handicap who’s in the market for a new rescue hybrid, these 3 will be perfect for you. They all have distance, forgiveness, and are fairly versatile. The one you pick will all depend on your budget and what exactly you’re looking for.

If you’re tight on a budget, go with the F-Max. It’s a little older but still performs really well. If you just want to bomb it long and straight down the fairway, go with the Bertha. If you golf a lot or want something a bit more advanced, go with the M6.

Let me know your thoughts and any questions you have. Like this article? Feel free to give it a share!

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Jon Webber

I'm Jon and welcome to Out Of Bounds Golf. I'm not a professional golfer but I am a huge golf fan and this site was created to share the tips and tricks I've used to go from shooting 100 to breaking 90 and soon breaking 80. We'll be talking about clubs, gear, and training aids.

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