Review: Bridgestone Tour B JGR Hybrid
I think that most amateur golfers carry a hybrid by this point in time. I’ve yet to play with a golfer that doesn’t have one in the bag. For many it is their bread and butter club. Some will even carry multiple hybrids. There are all different reasons that golfers have fallen in love with hybrids; distance, height, dispersion, control, versatility, and confidence. I think a big key to a good hybrid is that it is easy to hit. By that I mean that list just a sentence ago comes with little thought or difficulty. The new Bridgestone Tour B JGR Hybrid is one of the easiest hybrids to get great results with. It might not blow you away in any one category, but the easy Beasy way this hybrid hits the ball will give you confidence with it in the bag.
Bridgestone Tour B JGR 19* Hybrid
- Spin: 4729 rpms
- Launch Angle: 19.5*
- Dispersion: 3.2 yds
- Club Head Speed: 97.1 mph
- Ball Speed: 132.8 mph
- Total Distance: 213.5 yds
- Carry Distance: 206.3 yds
The Bridgestone Tour B JGR hybrid is an easy Beasy hitting club. While it might not “wow” you in distance, it is an all around super solid performer for the mid-handicap golfer. The draw bias, the easy launch, the point and shoot and consistent distance is going to make the golfer very happy with the results with this club in the bag. So if you want to make golf just a little easier for yourself, check out the Bridgestone Tour B JGR hybrid.
For more information: www.bridgestonegolf.com
+Slight draw bias