2015 Hot List

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Golf Hot List 2015 Hybrids

There are some great looking Hybrids in 2015, here are some of the Golf Hot List 2015 Hybrids now available.
Taylormade now have two new styles to choose from in 2015 the R15, R15TP and the Aeroburner.
Titliest also have two models to choose from, the 915H  and the 915Hd .
Callaway have the XR  / XR Pro and the Big Bertha  and Big Bertha Alpha 815 models to choose from.
Nike have the Vapor Speed / Flex and Ping have the G30 hybrid model available in 2015.


The Taylormade R15 has a 96cc head enabling the ability to a hit a variety of shots, the R15 Rescue does not feature any weight adjustability with a standard setting promoting a neutral ball flight. The R15 Rescue comes in 2, 3, 4 and 5 models with lofts of 17, 19, 21 and 24 degrees respectively and is fitted with a TM Fujikura Speeder 77 Evolution shaft as standard.

The Taylormade R15 Rescue TP is also available, differentiated by a Fujikura Speeder 869 Evolution TS shaft, in 2, 3 and 4 options with lofts of 17, 19 and 21 degrees.

Callaway have a great combination of hybrid clubs in 2015.

The Big Bertha Hybrid now have the adjustability in a hybrid, you can choose from 8 different settings with the Optifit hosel to adjust the lie, loft and the shot shape. The Big Bertha model are easy to launch high with the low, forgiving center of gravity.

Also the Big Bertha Alpha 815 hybrid which has the advances face cup technology for the faster ballspeed and a more compact head.

 The Callaway XR Hybrids are designed  to be easier to hit and longer. They feature the next generation Forged Hyper speed Face Cup that increases ball speed across the face for greater distance and forgiveness. More distance and consistency are the highlights of adding a re-engineered Internal Standing Wave.
The Calllaway XR Pro Hybrids, Callaway made a hybrid that’s even longer and forgiving in a compact head design for better players. They feature the Forged Hyper Speed Face Cup that increases ball speeds across the face.


The 915 line of hybrids (915H and 915Hd) includes Titleist's ARC in the sole that boosts ball speeds across the entire face while also lowering spin.

  • 915H (118cc): Up to 4 mph faster than its predecessor. The 915H averaged 250 rpm less spin than the 913H and carried about 6 yards farther on average in Titleist testing.

  • 915Hd (107cc): Up to 3.3 mph faster than its predecessor. The 915Hd averaged 150 rpm less spin than the 913Hd and carried about 6 yards farther on average in Titleist testing.

  • Compared to the 915Hd, the 915 H will launch about 0.7-degrees higher with about 120 rpm more spin.
    The 915 hybrids ($249) are available with four stock shafts:
    • Aldila Rogue Black 80
    • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana D+ White 80
    • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana S+ Blue 70
    • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana M+ Red 60
    915H Lofts: 18, 21, 24, 27 (RH and LH)
    915Hd Lofts: 17.5, 20.5, 23.5 (RH and LH)

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