Best Golf Hybrids 2022

Golf Reviews Guide picks out the best new hybrids options for 2022

The best golf hybrids for 2022 with the shortlist of the best new releases.

Best Golf Hybrids

Looking for new golf hybrids or rescues for 2022? The best golf hybrids 2022 have been picked out in the GolfReviewsGuide.com shortlist.

We’ve taken a look at some options that could be added to your bag this year, and help you get the most out of your game with some new rescues.

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Plus see the shortlist of best golf shoes for 2022.

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1. TaylorMade Stealth Rescues
2. Callaway Rogue ST Hybrids
3. Cobra LTDx Hybrids
4. Ping G425 Hybrids
5. Titleist TS Hybrids

TaylorMade Stealth Rescues

The Stealth and Stealth Plus are the two models in the new 2022 range and replace the SIM 2 and SIM 2 Max hybrids as the number one utility clubs from TaylorMade.

Featuring a redesigned V Steel design and carbon DNA, the Stealth rescues are more forgiving than in any previous model and boast a higher launch for maximum distance.

The hybrids have a high strength C300 steel Twist Face for improved ball speeds, even from mis-hits from across the face, while the Thru-Slot Speed Pocket all maximises distance from the tee, fairway or roughs.

The Stealth Plus hybrids are aimed at the better player with a high-toe profile making them a shot makers perfect choice compared the Stealth rescues.

READ: The full TaylorMade Stealth rescues review and TaylorMade Stealth Plus rescues review

Callaway Rogue ST Hybrids

The Rogue ST rescue range includes the Max, Max OS, Max OS Lite and the Pro hybrids with an option to suit the needs of all levels of golfers.

Callaway have improved the Jailbreak frame from previous hybrids and extended the perimeter to increase ball speeds and stability thanks to more face flex.

All four models also boast a high strength 455 Face Cup, which has been optimised with AI technology for each of the hybrids to come up with the perfect launch angle and spin rates.

The Rogue ST Max is the standard rescue, the Max OS has an oversized head shape, the Max OS Lite has lightweight components and is the most forgiving and highest spinning, and the Pro is the hybrid aimed at elite or low handicap golfers.

READ: The full Callaway Rogue ST hybrids review

Cobra LTDx Hybrids

Cobra LTDx hybrids are the Longest Total Distance yet with a new PWR-COR weighting system and improved face design producing explosive ball speed and distance never achieved before.

A tungsten weight is key to the PWR-COR technology, with the low and forward position helping to extract faster ball speeds but still reduce spin levels and improve forgiveness.

A HOT Face design includes a 17% thinner face and 15 separate machine designed zones of varying thickness to increase the sweet spot and ball speed across the face.

A new fixed back weight is key in helping lower the spin levels and to produce the high launch trajectory in the LTDx rescues, which are among the best golf hybrids 2022 has to offer.

READ: The full Cobra LTDx hybrids review

Ping G425 Hybrids

The G425 hybrids have been designed with two new innovations key with the inclusion of Facewrap and Spinsistency

Ping have come up with a perfect combination that allows you to extract greater distance and spin from your hybrids, but with a suitable trajectory to hold greens and hunt out those difficult pin positions.

The hybrids feature a tungsten back weight to increase MOI for more stability and forgiveness than in previous models, while a flexing face delivers faster ball speeds.

READ: The full Ping G425 hybrids review

Titleist TS Hybrids

Titleist TS hybrids come in two options with the TS2 and TS3 offering different characteristics and aimed at different types of golfers.

The TS2 hybrids boast a bigger head than the TS3, has a more rounded club head design and it is more fairway wood-like than a traditional rescue club.

Titleist TS Hybrids

The Titleist TS3 hybrid has an adjustable Magnetic SureFit CG weight cartridge at the back of the clubhead to offer customisation depending on preferred shot shape.

Both feature the speed-enhancing chassis that was first seen in the Titleist TS drivers and fairway woods.

READ: The full Titleist TS hybrids review