TaylorMade Qi10 Hybrids Review
TaylorMade has unveiled its latest offering for the hybrid golf club market. Referred to as Rescues, the new Qi10 Family boasts an innovative Carbon Crown in the Qi10 and Qi10 Max models, which frees up mass for weight distribution and forgiveness, while each club features a different shape, with the oversized Qi10 Max, classic Qi10 and compact Qi10 Tour.
Golfshake's Ryan Rastall - the Head Pro at Howley Hall Golf Club in Leeds - has taken a closer look at the new hybrids and shared his thoughts following a comprehensive review in his Performance Centre based on TrackMan data. You can discover his insights by watching the video below.
The Qi10 Rescue has internal split weighting and low CG to create a versatile club with long distance and easy, high launch. The mid face height allows for easy launch from tight lies and confidence off the tee. Both Qi10 and Qi10 Max hybrids have the V Steel sole to improve turn interaction and versatility.
The Qi10 Rescue has an RRP of £269 / €329 - ORDER ONLINE TODAY!
Qi10 Max Rescue
Featuring rear-leaning perimeter weighting and ultra-low CG, the Qi10 Max is a versatile model engineered for high launch and max forgiveness. A shallow face height allows golfers to hit it high from anywhere.
The Qi10 Max Rescue also has an RRP of £269 / €329 - ORDER ONLINE TODAY!
Qi10 Tour Rescue
Qi10 Tour Rescue has a deeper forged C300 face with a higher toe that provides a look and performance for players seeking distance, workability, control and iron-like turf interaction with excellent versatility. Internal heel-toe weighting promotes added forgiveness with a more compact look.
The Qi10 Tour Rescue also has an RRP of £279 / €349 - ORDER ONLINE TODAY!
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