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Hi, I’m Ryan Sawyer, National Sales Manager here at PXG. Today we’re gonna to be talking about the difference between a 19-Degree hybrid and a 5 Wood. We offer all kinds of clubs here at PXG but we’re ultimately trying to help you find your ball flight.
With the 5-wood, we’re searching for a player who needs more ball flight, little bit higher and a little bit softer in the green. With the 19-Degree hybrid, we’re looking for a player who wants to flight the golf ball more, but also hits down on the golf ball.
If you're a picker of the golf ball and who needs to get the golf ball higher in the air, try the 5-Wood. If you’d like to flight your golf ball a little bit better and you feel like you hit down on it, typically a better iron player, you’re gonna want to try the hybrid.
These ultimately will go roughly the same distance, but they’ll get there two different ways. The hybrid will get there a little flatter. The 5-Wood will come in a litter higher and softer.
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