913H hybrid

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Golf Monthly Senior Staff Writer Paul O'Hagan tests the new Titleist 913H hybrid

Titleist 913H hybrid
Golf Monthly Verdict

GM verdict: The Titleist range has a broader appeal than ever, thanks to extra forgiveness and impressive adjustability. However, there’s still plenty to attract the traditional Titleist player. The 913H is the perfect example of this, with its compact and attractive head, a low-spinning, penetrating flight and workability for those accomplished enough to shape the ball. The head looks fantastic at address and performs particularly well off the deck and from tight lies. But... the 913H isn’t designed with forgiveness as a priority, so not a club for anyone lacking in confidence. PGA pro verdict: Wow! What a club this is. At first glance, its looks are very similar to last year’s model, but that goes to show that when it works, don’t try to fix it. The head design is a little wider, and the face seems to run square off the hosel with very little, if any, offset, which I loved. Performance came next, and it was very easy to strike, flight and shape the ball from all types of lie. The 82-gram shaft I tested helped me to feel where and when the face would square up. This really gave me confidence on exactly where the ball would go immediately after contact. Test Team Rating: Performance: 4/5 Visual appeal: 5/5 Innovation: 3.5/5 Value: 4/5 Overall: 4/5

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Key technology:

The classic pear-shaped head features a new sleeker version of Titleist's SureFit Tour hosel, which allows loft and lie to be adjusted independently. The centre of gravity position and offset differ slightly depending on loft to deliver distance

and forgiveness through the range. More weight helps provide the optimum launch and reduced spin.  

Will suit: skilled players after a workable and versatile hybrid.

Paul joined Golf Monthly in 2006 in a junior role and has since worked as senior staff writer and now as technical editor. He writes equipment and instruction content and tests the vast majority of golf clubs that are introduced every year.