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Wilson Fybrid RS Graphite Hybrid

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $13.87
Mid: $16.32
High: $18.77

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $46.24
Mid: $54.40
High: $62.56

Next update: 5/29/16

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MSRP (new):


Head Size:

108 cc

Head Material:

Stainless Steel

• By removing material near the toe and hosel, FYbrid allows maximum playability in a variety of lies and minimal turf interaction on uneven lies.
• Deep head and flat crown inspire greater confidence at address and also bring the center of gravity low and back for a higher launch angle.
• Dual rail sole promotes cleaner turf interaction and moves the CG lower.
• Variable face thickness increases the high CT area of the club head in the heel and toe.
In 1914, the Ashland Manufacturing Company entered the sporting goods business. Soon renamed Thomas E. Wilson & Co., this marked the beginning of Wilson’s historic contributions to the game of golf. Wilson has always looked to players to help shape its products. In 1922 Gene Sarazen became a member of the Wilson advisory staff (the beginning of a 75 year relationship with the company) During his tenure with Wilson, Sarazen won 39 PGA Titles including 2 US Opens, 3 PGA Championships, a British Open Title and a Masters Victory. He was inducted into the PGA Hall of Fame in 1974. Wilson Golf is marking 90 years in the game by re-launching its Wilson Staff brand, first introduced in 1960. This reincarnation includes a full line of redesigned equipment (irons, drivers, utilities, putters, wedges), balls and accessories for players of all skill levels.

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The 19.5-degree club is designed to transition between fairway woods and hybrids. All clubs feature a three-zone face structure that is thinner in the low heel and toe for off-center speed, but also tapers from a thick low-center section to a thin high-center section.
“Sound and feel were explosive.” . . . “This thing is long, and the sole really slides through the turf easily, which was a surprise given the slightly bigger head shape.”
Every shot was right on target and flew aggressively through the wind.”
Wilson’s plan for transitioning through the low-lofted clubs remains unique and functional. This update is more pleasing, because of a flatter crown and the reworked sole.
The idea works best for multiple-club retooling.

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