The Most Popular Hybrid Golf Clubs Among LPGA Pros

Hybrid golf clubs have become immensely popular among the amateur golfing community. Top-level professional golfers also share this affinity towards hybrid golf clubs, however, to a certain extent. You can read more about it here.

In our previous study, we chose the top 50 golfers (as per official world golf rankings) and shortlisted those who used hybrid golf clubs. We also analyzed the club model they’re using, among other aspects.

Building on that research, our team of analysts looked closely at LPGA professionals and came across something unusual. We used the same methodology earlier and chose the top 50 LPGA as our sample size.

Up on further investigation, we found that hybrid golf clubs are far more prevalent among women golf pros than men’s golf pros.

Below we have listed the PGA and LPGA professionals who use hybrid golf clubs along with the club model. We have also mentioned some more exciting insights below, keep reading.

The Most Popular Hybrid Golf Clubs Among PGA Pros

  1. Patrick Cantlay – Titleist 816H2 (21˚, Fujikura Atmos 8 Blue X shaft)
  2. Patrick Reed – Callaway Apex 21 Hybrid
  3. Jordan Speith – Titleist 818H2 Hybrid
  4. Webb Simpson – Titleist 913 (20°, Graphite Design Tour AD-DI 105X shaft), Titleist 915 (23.5°, True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shaft)
  5. Sungjae Im – Titleist 818H2 Hybrid
  6. Lee Westwood – PING G425 Hybrid
  7. Will Zalatoris – Titleist TS3 Hybrid
  8. Sam Burns – Callaway Apex Pro
  9. Corey Conners – PING G425 Hybrid
  10. Marc Leishman – Callaway Apex UT (21° & 24°, Nippon NS Pro Modus3 Tour 130X shafts)
  11. Kevin Na – PXG 0317 X GEN2 Hybrid
  12. Garrick Higgo – Titleist TSi3 Hybrid
  13. Christiaan Bezuidenhout – Callaway Mavrik Pro Hybrid
  14. Ian Poulter – Titleist 816 H2 Hybrid

The Most Popular Hybrid Golf Clubs Among LPGA Pros

  1. Nelly Korda – PING G410  Hybrid
  2. Lydia Ko – PXG 0317 X GEN2 
  3. Patty Tavatanakit – PING G425 Hybrid 
  4. Inbee Park – XXIO X Hybrid 
  5. Jin Young Ko – Titleist 818 H1 Hybrid 
  6. Danielle Kang – Titleist 816 H2 Hybrid 
  7. Minjee Lee – Srixon ZH85 Hybrid
  8. Brooke Henderson – PING G400 Hybrid
  9. Sei Young Kim – TaylorMade SIM Driver
  10. Nasa Hataoka – Srixon ZX Hybrid
  11. Ally Ewing – PING G425 Hybrid
  12. Austin Ernst – PXG 0317 X GEN2 Hybrid
  13. So Yeon Ryu – Honma TW 727 Hybrid
  14. Jennifer Kupcho – PING G410 Hybrid
  15. In Gee Chun – PING G400 Hybrid
  16. Lizette Salas – PING G410 Hybrid
  17. Amy Yang – TaylorMade M3 Hybrid
  18. Yuka Saso – Callaway Mavrik 4H Hybrid
  19. Jeongeun Lee6 – Callaway Apex Hybrid
  20. Shanshan Feng – Honma TW717 Hybrid 
  21. Mina Harigae – PXG 0317 X GEN2 Hybrid 
  22. Celine Boutier – PXG 0317X Hybrid
  23. Brittany Altomare – PING G410 Hybrid
  24. Gaby Lopez – Titleist 818 H2 Hybrid
  25. Amy Olson – PING G410 Hybrid
  26. Georgia Hall – Callaway Apex 21 Hybrid
  27. Esther Henseleit – PING G425 Hybrid


  • 14 (28%) of the top 50 PGA professionals use hybrid golf clubs.
  • In contrast, 27 (54%) of the top 50 LPGA professionals use hybrid golf clubs. This is nearly double the number of PGA professionals who use hybrids.
  • Only 1 of the top 10 PGA pros uses hybrid clubs. None of the top 5 PGA pros use hybrid clubs.
  • Meanwhile, all of the top 3, 4 of the top 5, and 6 of the top 10 LPGA pros use hybrid clubs.
  • These numbers are a clear indication that hybrid golf clubs are more popular among women golfers than men golfers.

Most Used brands

  • Titleist is the most used brand for PGA pros (7 players or 50 %), followed by Callaway with 4 players, and PING with 2 players.
  • Simultaneously, PING is by far the most popular brand for LPGA pros as 10 out of the 27 players prefer it ( 37%). PXG is next in line with 4 players, followed by Titleist and Callaway hybrids with 3 players each.

Most Used Model

  • Titleist 818H2 Hybrid and PING G425 Hybrid are the most used hybrids for PGA professionals with 2 users each.
  • PING G425 is the most popular hybrid model for LPGA pros with 5 users (including the world number 1 Nelly Korda).
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