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Bridgestone J15 Hybrid

Bridgestone J15 Hybrid

Bridgestone J15 Hybrid

Technology (88/ 100)  

J15 Hybrid Crown and Face

J15 Hybrid Crown and Face

Bridgestone has incorporated three core technologies in to its new J15 hybrid. The Flex Action Speed Technology (FAST) crown increases the launch angle and ball speed, because it is thinner near the face and progressively thicker towards the rear of the head, allowing the face to flex more at impact, creating a spring-like effect. The J15 has a Hyper Stainless 455 steel face is the thinnest hybrid face Bridgestone has made, creating maximum ball repulsion and increased distance. The J15 has weighted port technology, a removable weight in the sole allowing players to adjust tradjectory and the swing weight of the club.

Available in 17,19, 21, and 23 degree options.

Looks (86/ 100)

The J15 hybrid head shape is quite a toe heavy shape, which makes the head look quite closed. As a better player I would prefer this to be square or a little open. Other than the club face looking closed it is a very clean, traditional looking hybrid. I like that it is a black head, and that you can see the sharp white lines on the club face.

Performance (80/ 100)   

J15 Hybrid Performance

J15 Hybrid Performance

I reviewed J15 Hybrid with a Graphite Design 105 Hybrid X shaft. I carried the ball 235 yards for a total of 252 yards. These numbers are basically identical to my current hybrid, which is the Bridgestone J40.

However the shape difference was very noticeable. I kept drawing the ball, and it was a struggle to fade the ball with this club. It was a high soft draw but I like to be able to work the ball in both directions. If you are looking for a club you could turn over right to left, you might be pleasantly surprised with the J15.

Final Thoughts (overall) (84/ 100)

Nice traditional looking hybrid, that is easy to draw. Bridgestone suggests that this club is for professionals to high handicap players, however I would recommend this club for mid to high handicap players seeking a club that may assist with their misses to the right. I’m not saying this club couldn’t be used by a professional, I just would prefer a hybrid that I can work the ball in both directions.


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