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Titleist 816 H1 Hybrid

Titleist 816 H1 Hybrid (5.00), Reviews (2)
The Titleist 816H Hybrids feature superior technology for long game performance. The 816 H1 is a high launching hybrid that flies farther and lands soft.

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816 H1 Hybrid

Take Your Long Game Further.

The 816 Hybrid is packed with distance generating technologies to help take your long game even further. The large, confidence inspiring profile of the 816H1 is best for golfers looking for enhanced launch.

Active Recoil Channel™

Flexes at impact to generate high speed and low spin for long distance.

Thin Face and High MOI

The Ultra Thin Face delivers speed and distance across the entire hitting area. The high MOI design delivers speed on off-center hits.

Precision Fit

New SureFit Tour™ hosel adjusts 1° for loft and lie to provide a precise fit.

Reviews

Titlest 816H1 Hybrid
Incredible club! Exactly as advertised, I am able to work the ball in both directions. Can pick the ball out of the rough with ease. Easy to order and had the club within 5 days!!!
Titleist has moved into the mainstream
I have never been a fan of Titleist products because the company has traditionally catered to golfers with high swing speeds...in my case their metal woods have always produced lower trajectories Not so with the 816 H1s, and changing the lofts with the adjustable hosel produces significant change in trajectory at each setting, but with me the fade settings don't seem to cause much change in the ball flight (my natural flight pattern is right to left...often too much). The club is very pleasing to the eye at address (I now have two of their hybrids) and The H1 version (vs the H2) is advertised to fit a wider range of skill levels. They have for the most part achieved that, but if you have the tendency to draw or fade the ball that probably won't change by buying this club....even with the myriad of loft and direction settings possible. You can find a more forgiving hybrid, overall playability will suffer. So, I would not put the club in the "game improvement" category. The best thing about putting them in my set is that they have not produced unwanted distance gaps in the set and they give you feedback on mishits. I availed myself of the launch monitor at a local golf superstore and found with my swing speed in high 80s/low 90s that the 70 gram shaft is the ticket. That said, with whatever rayon shaft I demoed the club still felt a bit light (probably because Titleist has not gone to the longer standard club lengths, like say, Callaway). The launcher monitor didn't show any loss of distance because of that. I am still in the process of getting used the weight and balance of the clubs after 7 or 8 rounds of use. All in all, in my opinion, Titleist have done a good job in design these hybrids and I am very pleased with the purchase.

Expert Review

Titleist 816 H1 Hybrid Expert Review

Written By: Bob Gomavitz

Player Stats:
  • Age: 57
  • Handicap: 4.6
  • Years Playing Golf: 45
  • Being an absolute equipment junkie, I was approached by GolfDiscount.com to write reviews and share my findings with you. Having been chosen to write a number of Taylormade product reviews for GolfWRX.com I felt that this is an excellent opportunity to put my knowledge to use.

author-bob-gomavitz


The Takeaway

Active Recoil Channel Technology actively flexes at impact to generate high speed and low spin for long distance. The ultra-thin face delivers speed and distance across the entire face. The high MOI design delivers speed on off–center hits. A relieved leading edge and Active Recoil Channel edge help them glide through the turf. Precision Fit from the SureFit Tour Sleeve provides the most precise fit and yardage gaps that Titleist has ever offered.

Who's It For?

Players of all abilities will enjoy the 816 H1, but the design is mainly for a higher launching and softer landing.

Final Take

Yet another super clean, classic looking club from Titleist. The H1 version is more on the wider side which just makes it very easy to feel confident standing over the ball. As advertised, I saw a higher launch that many of the better players look for when hitting into shorter Par 5’s or longer Par 4’s. With the SureFit sleeve, you can actually increase the loft of lower it slightly to fit your game or the course conditions that you might see on any given day. Not the longest Hybrid I’ve tested, but distance is not its main goal.

Club Tested: Shaft: Mitsubishi Diamana S+ 70; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 19°

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