Callaway released the Epic Flash Driver and Fairway Wood earlier this year with it's innovative new 'Flash Face', promising to deliver excellent ball speeds and performance across the face.
The new Epic Flash Hybrid completes the new metals lineup and Callaway says it has incorporated it's most advanced hybrid innovations into one club for 'total performance in a premium design'.
The Epic Flash is aimed at the Game Improvement market of mid-to-high handicappers, and is designed specifically to increase ball speed.
Callaway has included their well-renowned Jailbreak Technology, featuring two internal bars which sit behind the face and stabilise the hitting area for more energy transfer through impact. An ultra-thin, forged face also has Face Cup technology for consistent distance across it.
The hybrid provides golfers with easy launch and forgiveness thanks to a Tungsten Weight which is inserted via Metal-Injected Molding (MIM) into the sole of the club head, which serves to lower the CG and raise MOI.
It is the first hybrid to be developed which uses their triaxial carbon fabric, or T2C, which was first seen in the Epic Flash Drivers and allows for weight to be moved lower and deeper in the head. This also raises the MOI of the club, which they say can promote better distance and accuracy on mis-hits.
For those who are interested in adjustability, here is a new lightweight OptiFit 3 Hosel to help golfers create the launch and ball flight characteristics that they desire.
There is also a Mitsubishi Tensei AV Silver shaft available as standard, which offers a mid-launch, mid-spin flight.
The Epic Flash Hybrid will be available in the UK from 9th August and is priced at £279.
Mouth-watering price tag, mouth-watering amounts of technology, mouth-watering amounts of improvements in the top end of the bag?