The #3 and 4 irons have a wider footprint sporting an increased breadth and shallow face. This positions the center of gravity much lower and more rearward within the design to give less skilled players added confidence and the ability to easily get the ball airborne.
The mid-irons progressively become narrower (as less game improvement is required) and bridge the gap between a conventional iron appearance.
The scoring clubs starting with the #8 look traditional at address. The additional loft beautifully hides the hollow-body but still helps to increase the moment of inertia.
The rounded toplines provide plenty of face area and raise the center of gravity enough to control the trajectory.
Perfect for golfers who are trying to bring consistency to their long game.
Every year, we do ‘Hybrid Golf Clubs Reviews‘ to make it easier for our customers to make an informed decision. We did the same this year also.
We tested the Avatar hybrid clubs the most, not because they were difficult to but because we couldn’t believe any club could help you hit so straight. It is very hard to hit a bad shot with these hybrids.
Testers used words like “incredible”, “this one is mine”, “I am keeping this one”, ” I found my hybrids” to describe the Avatar XMOI.