Mizuno’s CLK Hybrid features an eight-way adjustable hosel and ultra-thin durable material face that delivers faster ball speeds. Here is what Carly Frost thought when she put it through its paces.
By Carly Frost
Designed for the mid to slower swinging lady player, the CLK hybrid features an eight-way adjustable hosel, allowing it to be precisely tuned to fill the distance gap between your longest iron and shortest fairway wood. It’s made from an ultra-thin, durable face material that delivers faster ball speeds and the freedom to create a more stable clubhead. An Amplified Wave Sole increases energy for faster ball speeds, while pushing weight lower and forward for a high, low-spinning flight.
The super-sleek design of the Mizuno CLK looks more like an expensive sports car than a hybrid. I fell in love with the matt grey finish, which is the perfect choice for preventing glare in bright light. I really appreciated the slightly smaller clubhead shape as it was easy to manipulate the ball flight, shape shots and generally play it from just about everywhere on the course. Whether you like to tinker with your club set-up or not I found the simple quick switch system very useful as it allows you to adjust the loft plus or minus two degrees - ideal if you play on different course conditions throughout the golfing year.
Price: £245 - 16°-25° adjustable