TaylorMade GAPR Hybrids Review

Three hybrid options feature in the TaylorMade GAPR range

TaylorMade GAPR Hybrids

TaylorMade GAPR hybrids offer options at the top end of the bag with three stunning black designs for golfers seeking long distance performance.

The GAPR hybrids, which are pronounced gapper due to the fact they plug gaps between irons and woods, include the GAPR Lo, GAPR Mid and GAPR High.

The trio feature TaylorMade’s unique SpeedFoam Technology, which featured in the P790 Ultimate Driving Iron, to help extract maximum speed and distance from the GAPRs.

The stainless steel heads are accompanied by an adjustable hosel allowing for 1.5 degrees of adjustment either way in these high-performing TaylorMade GAPR hybrids.

TaylorMade GAPR Lo

The GAPR LO is the smallest of the three options and is more driving iron like in its look and performance than the Mid and High options.

Suited to players with faster ball speeds, the Lo has a relatively thin sole and a low CG to help promotes exceptional speed and distance.

The trajectory from this 2-iron like option will be a mid-to-low ball flight, with three loft options to choose from (17, 19 and 22 degrees).

TaylorMade GAPR Mid

As you might expect from the name, you can expect a higher trajectory than the GAPR Lo when it comes to the performance of the GAPR Mid.

The CG is described as being ultra-low to extract that ball flight, and help produce the maximum distance possible from this hybrid.

The head is slightly bigger than the GAPR Lo, but it still sits on the iron side of looks rather than that of a traditional hybrid. The loft options in the Mid are 18, 21 and 24 degrees and range from 3 to 4 iron like.

TaylorMade GAPR Hi

The GAPR Hi is the largest of the three designs and is the one with the tradtional hybrid or rescue look to it.

It will come as no surprise that you can expect the Hi to produce the highest trajectory of the trio and will suit golfers looking to add more height to their long game.

An ultra-low CG is also positioned towards the back of the club head to offer the maximum forgiveness possible.

Available in four loft options (19, 22, 25 and 28 degrees), the GAPR Hi hybrids can replace a number of irons towards the top end of the bag.

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