Interesting you bring this up, and glad you did.
A crossover, as some refer to it.
Did you hit any other brands beside the Titleist?
I'm looking for something to fill the 4 iron spot.
Hybrids are easier to hit and I like their versatility ex. chipping from the fringe.
What I don't like (hybrids vs the iron they replace), because a hybrid is more forgiving and the length is much longer, there is a yardage gap. Put it on a tee and the distance gap can be greater.
From the fairway, hybrids don't seem to launch as high as an iron and therefore, green holding ability is in question.
Yeah, I can have them tweaked or do it myself, but I have tired of that. Therefore, my PB Mega Sale. Yes, I can choke down, but that does not give me a lot of confidence on a par 3. Maybe I just need to play more to get over that.
Even considered using a 5 hybrid for a 4 iron.
So thanks for the reminder and may give a Ping a trial soon. I have a feeling the Titleist and maybe all the crossovers for that matter, are a bit above my new higher handicap and greatly reduced rounds per season.
Glad you found two new weapons.