Need help picking a new (old) hybrid... Z H45 or 816 H1

TheFlyingWASPTheFlyingWASP Posts: 1,054 ✭✭
edited Apr 16, 2019 10:18pm in WRX Club Techs #1

I left my old Nike VrS hybrid on the range & when I went back to get its, it was gone. So its time for a new hybrid. I know hybrid tec doesn't change as fast as driver tec, so unless I'm wrong in my assumption, I'm thinking about picking up a 22* ish hybrid (or maybe a 19* & a 22* ???) from a couple of years ago & wanted some opinions. Between used golf bins at the local boxes & eBay & on here, I've kind of looked around, and I think I've narrowed it down to these 2 choices... The Srixon ZH45 or the Titleist 816 H1. So... any opinions on either of these being a stand out? Anyone still gaming any of these? Also, am I wrong in my assumption about playing hybrids from a few years back? Overall opinions would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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•Cobra F9 Speedback (Black / Avalanche) 10.5* Driver (Stiff)
•TaylorMade M6 13* 3 Wood (Stiff)
•Callaway Rogue 17* 4 Wood (Stiff)
Titleist 816 H1 19* & 22* Hybrids (Stiff)
Srixon Z545 Irons (5-PW) (Stiff)
•Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth Wedges (50 SS / 54 ES / 58 TS)
Scotty Cameron Custom Black Studio Select Newport 2 Putter
•Bridgestone Tour B XS Balls
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  • TheFlyingWASPTheFlyingWASP Posts: 1,054 ✭✭
    edited Apr 16, 2019 10:22pm #2

    Any difference in forgiveness, feel, or accuracy? Or are they really very similar? Looking for something forgiving, but not huge, anti left is a plus. thoughts?

    •Cobra F9 Speedback (Black / Avalanche) 10.5* Driver (Stiff)
    •TaylorMade M6 13* 3 Wood (Stiff)
    •Callaway Rogue 17* 4 Wood (Stiff)
    Titleist 816 H1 19* & 22* Hybrids (Stiff)
    Srixon Z545 Irons (5-PW) (Stiff)
    •Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth Wedges (50 SS / 54 ES / 58 TS)
    Scotty Cameron Custom Black Studio Select Newport 2 Putter
    •Bridgestone Tour B XS Balls
  • sunbeltgolfersunbeltgolfer Members Posts: 472 ✭✭

    I've not hit the Srixon so unable to help there. I have used Titleist hybrids from 910 to the 818 H1 and H2. You will find the 816 H1 very forgiving and easy to hit, However, if you fight the hook it may not be the one for you. The 816 H2 may be a better fit as it is more compact, and a little less offset.

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