Mizuno has introduced the latest version of its CLK hybrid with a brand-new model which now boasts adjustability, offering over 32 potential loft and lie combinations so you can get the most out of your equipment.
Hybrids are one of the most under-appreciated clubs in golfer's bags, and so the CLK Hybrid has been designed with a specific aim to offer the connection between the woods and long irons, an area which the 'average golfer' commonly struggles with.
The CLK, which was last seen in 2017, will now be available with a selection of four different lofts from 16 to 25 degrees, and each are adjustable by 4 degrees.
The hybrid features a new MAS1C Maraging steel face, which is able to provide better energy transfer and maintain higher ball speeds across the face.
Dual Wave sole technology and a wider head profile help to encourage easier launch and a higher flight with steeper landing angles, so that you can hold greens and attack tighter pin locations.
David Llewellyn, Director of R&D at Mizuno, commented:
Utilising stronger Maraging steel, we are able to have a thinner face and a more aggressive, flexible Wave sole, providing faster and more consistent ball speed across the face.
The Mizuno CLK Hybrids are available now at an RRP of £219, with four right-handed and two left-handed models on offer to allow for precise loft and lie options.