MALTBY TROUBLE OUT PLUS HYBRIDS
The Maltby Trouble Out Hybrids offer the same bounce sole angle design as the fairway woods, but in a head shape and weight that will appeal to those that prefer a hybrid design. The innovative dual runner sole design not only prevents the club head from digging, but allows it to glide over the ground. The majority of the club head weight on these all stainless steel hybrids was designed in to the solid mass sole (Advanced Shell Technology), keeping the center of gravity extremely low promoting solid golf shots from any turf condition. Combine this with the bounce angle sole, and these hybrids allow you to get the ball up and out of any lie.
- Trouble Out Sole Technology in a Hybrid design
- Hybrid design with the TO sole is much easier to get airborne than a long iron, from any lie
- Minimum profile sole area with bounce angle controls the club head through turf, sand and rough (non digging – non bouncing)
- Sharp, dual runner sole helps keep club head aligned to target as it cuts through turf and grass - perform extremely well from fairway bunkers
- Thin shell technology with the majority of the club head weight designed into the solid mass sole give the Trouble Out Plus hybrids an extremely low center of gravity
- Slightly heavier club head weights for ultimate control through impact.
- .370" hosel bore diameter
- Available in 4 loft options: H2 (20°), H3 (25°), H4 (30°) and H5 (35°)
- RH only
- Recommended golf ferrule – 60PI
- Product Code = MA0117
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- Tuesday, September 22, 2009
At Last: A Thing of Beauty
Reviewed By: Norman Jones
(Upper Marlboro, MD)
I'm a self-confessed know-it-all who is pleasantly surprised and stumped at the performance of my new Trouble Out Hybrid 4. I'd have lost money on any bet that this club would give me (at last) the proper distance difference over my 5 iron given the hybrid's 30 degree loft. I would have sworn that it would fly the ball higher but shorter than the 5 iron. WRONG! At least I got the "higher" part right. This club, which I built to the recommended length (in spite of much misgiving!), flies high and straight from any lie, and I get 12 to 15 more yards with it than with my 5 iron - even with my pitifully slow head speed. I am one impressed former know-it-all. I just wish the hybrid 3 that I ordered at the same time had been in stock. Oh well, the shaft for that worthy is all prepped, cut and ready. Thanks gang.
- Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Reviewed By: Ed Bailey
(Garden City, MI)
I have the H2 in this and I would put this up against any large name product on the market. Don't be fooled by the $10 shaft - it is as good as any on the market from the big boys. This is a very solid feeling club. I want the H3 - H5 now!
- Monday, July 07, 2008
I've replaced the top end of my bag withthese
Reviewed By: Tadd Muckley
I've replaced the entire top end of my bag with these.I start my irons now at an 8 iron,and ever since doing this,I have never looked back. I like how all four clubs keep the 5 degrees of loft between them and they work very well together.I built these using true temper tt lite shafts in the stiff flex.I use grip one jumbo arthritic grips because i like to have a more full feel in the grip area.They are arrow straight,and i've had no problems holding the green.my only two small problems with them,are 1 the faces on mine seem to scratch up real easy,wich again may just be my poor form. Also I knd of wish the numbering system was better or maybe printed on the head covers.Right now they use a system of color tabs that fit on the head covers.this can be kind of confusing,to remedy this,I colored in the white ring around the Maltby logo with a sharpie that cordinates to what loft the club is. Beyond those two small things,I can find no really great fault in these wonderful clubs.I use the lofts of the clubs to simulate my most commonly used irons 3,5,7,9. Like most golfers it seems like I am always going to these specific yardages,so I now use these instead to help me eliminate any room for error.....and they work,real damn good. Read More Reviews