New from the makers of the Teton HxD Driver
Dear Teton HxD Hybrid Driver owner:
By now, you’ve probably had a chance to try your new club.
Impressive, isn’t it?
The high launch… the long, lofty carry… the fairway-splitting accuracy.
We’re proud of it, to say the least.
And judging by the feedback from buyers, it’s making a major difference for golfers like you.
Here’s more good news:
You can now get the same great performance on approach shots with...
You got a glimpse of it when you purchased the Teton HxD Hybrid Driver.
In fact, we gave you a chance to add it to your order.
We understand why you passed, though.
Taking a leap of faith on the driver was a big decision, even with the low price and 60-day guarantee.
So ponying up for a second unknown club must’ve been a little outside your comfort zone.
Like we said, totally understandable.
Now that you’ve had time to test the Teton Driver, we’re giving you another shot at the hybrid version.
And we’re giving you every reason to say yes.
The loft, length and lie are in line with a standard 4-hybrid.
But there’s nothing ordinary about this club’s performance.
A few swings with the Teton HxD Hybrid and you’ll love how the ball:
...Explodes off the ultra-thin steel clubface...
...Launches high, carries deep and stops quickly on the green thanks to the back-weighted, low-COG clubhead, and…
...Finds the target with uncanny consistency courtesy of the Teton Hybrid’s accuracy-tuned graphite shaft. (It’s the hybrid version of your Teton Driver’s shaft.)
You’ll also appreciate the sole’s fluid turf interaction in the fairway, and how it glides snag-free through gnarly rough.
The 21° Teton HxD is lethal on par 3's , too.
You might even find it useful for chipping around the greens and playing slick little bump-and-run shots.
It’s a versatile weapon, indeed.
Credit for that goes to lead designer Josh Boggs , who also crafted the Teton HxD Driver.
The former Nike Golf engineer – a multi-time Golf Digest Hot List award winner – put just as much passion and know-how into building the hybrid version.
He also insisted on top-grade materials and a shaft that optimizes the clubhead’s features.
Josh’s stellar track record made it easy to offer…
We’d be shocked if it takes you two months to confirm the Teton Hybrid’s superb playability.
Two swings is more like it.
But 60 days it is, because we want to be absolutely sure you have time to play and practice.
If the Teton HxD Hybrid comes up short in any area – distance, accuracy, consistency, versatility, looks, feel… you name it…
Simply return the club and we’ll refund the full purchase price.
We won’t ask why you sent it back. Heck, we won’t even quibble if you ding it up.
And we seriously doubt you’ll quibble with the price.
Because we know what a brand-name hybrid costs these days.
Spoiler alert: It ain’t cheap.
Based on our survey of a major online retailer, the average price of a 21° hybrid is a brow-raising $248 and change.
We can beat that. We can beat it by a mile.
As the owner of a Teton HxD Driver, you’ll pay just $179 for the Teton HxD Hybrid. We’ll also ship it free to any United States address.
That’s a helluva deal for a club:
On top of all that, the Teton HxD Hybrid is the perfect complement to your Teton HxD Driver.
Order below to double your firepower today.
$199.0021 Degree Loft/Regular/Right 21 Degree Loft/Senior/Right 21 Degree Loft/Stiff/Right 21 Degree Loft/Ladies/Right 21 Degree Loft/Senior Plus/Right 21 Degree Loft/Regular/Left 21 Degree Loft/Senior/Left 21 Degree Loft/Stiff/Left 21 Degree Loft/Ladies/Left 21 Degree Loft/Senior Plus/Left
|Shaft Flex Type||Average Clubhead Speed||Average Driving Distance|
|Stiff||90 MPH||250+ yards|
|Regular||80-90 MPH||200 - 240 yards|
|Senoir||70-80 MPH||175 - 200 yards|
|Senoir Plus||70 MPH||175 yards|