The Teton Hybrid: Could This Club Replace Your Driver?

By Todd Kolb
October 12, 2020

Teton Hybrid Review: Could You Finally Achieve Better Accuracy and Longer Distances off the Tee with This New Club?

Have you heard of the Teton Hybrid Driver?

If you struggle with consistency off the tee, you may want to give this brand new club a closer look.

The Teton Hybrid was designed by a Superstar Nike engineer with twelve Golf Digest Hot List Awards to his name.

Josh Boggs set out to create a unique golf club that was easier to swing than a conventional driver but achieved the same distance. To do this, he turned to the easiest club to hit: the hybrid. What if Boggs could combine the forgiving features of the hybrid with the distance of a driver? Could it be a game-changer for millions of golfers?

The result of his effort is the new Teton Hybrid from Golf Knack, makers of the H7 Hummingbird Wedge. I tried this club out for myself and invited a few of my students to test it as well. Now, I’m sharing everything I know about this new club with you.

Check out our Teton Hybrid Driver Field Test in the video below:

What Problem Does the Teton Hybrid Solve?

Each generation of golfers has seen major advancements in club design and golf technology. For my generation, it was the invention of the hybrid. My buddies and I spent the early eighties struggling to hit controlled shots with our longer irons.

Then somebody introduced a club that delivered greater accuracy and easier control.

The hybrid literally changed the game. We enjoyed a smoother journey to the green and had a lot more fun playing golf.

And yet, no one has introduced a solution to the challenges of the conventional driver.

The Problem with Your Driver

Hitting a driver is a ton of fun when everything goes right. There is nothing more satisfying than hitting it flush and watching the golf ball sail straight down the center of the fairway. Not to mention, we all have a great time telling our best driver story.

Unfortunately, for every tale your buddy tells about a 265-yard drive, there are a dozen stories he’s not telling you. Like when he dribbled one off the ground at the next hole for a 20-yard “drive.” Or when he snap hooked it into the weeds and made a triple bogey.

If you’re like a lot of casual golfers, your best drive is a lot longer than your average driver distance. And that’s because it’s hard to be consistent with the driver. The shaft is too long to control and there’s not enough launch to get a decent carry distance.

Plus, you have to change your golf swing when you hit your driver. This creates several opportunities to ruin your shot through improper driver setup or golf posture.

These issues are what the Teton Hybrid Driver was designed to solve. This club promises to deliver:

  • Improved accuracy
  • Better control
  • Higher launch
  • Consistent distance similar to what you get with your best-ever driver shots
  • All without changing your golf swing

Sound good? Let’s dig into whether this club is for you.  (You can even check out a Rick Shiels Teton Hybrid Driver review here)

Who is the Teton Hybrid For?

Generally speaking, the Teton Golf Hybrid is designed for casual golfers. It’s an excellent solution for anyone who would love to get more consistency off the tee but doesn’t have time for extensive driver practice.

That said, highly skilled golfers may find some use out of this club as well.

In fact, I have an excellent student who hits his driver about 225-230 yards. But he can only carry it about 175 yards. That’s not enough carry distance to consistently get him across the water at one hole on his home course.

The Teton Hybrid is designed with a higher loft to pop the ball up in the air and help you carry the golf ball farther. This could be an asset to a great golfer like my student . . . someone who has the power but is still struggling to carry water.

The Design of the Teton Hybrid

So, what does the Teton Hybrid actually look like? What makes this club different from your driver or a standard hybrid?

First, the clubhead of the Teton Hybrid is sized between a traditional hybrid and a conventional driver head. It is essentially an oversized hybrid head that allows for greater accuracy while eliminating some of the bulk that can throw off your drives.

The Teton also features a tall driver face. This creates a higher moment of inertia (MOI) to prevent twisting.

To achieve that higher launch and more impressive carry distance, Briggs designed the Teton with a 14.5-degree loft.

Finally, the shaft of the Teton Hybrid is much shorter than that of your driver. This shorter shaft length allows you to lower the tee height and enjoy more control and accuracy off the tee.

The Teton comes with four shaft options:

  • Senior Plus Flex with a mass of 70 grams and a torque of 5.5
  • Senior Flex with a mass of 75 grams and a torque of 5.0
  • Regular Flex with a mass of  80 grams and torque of 4.5
  • Stiff Flex with a mass of 85 grams and torque of 4.0

Now for the big question:

How Much Does it Cost?

The Teton Hybrid is currently available for $199. This includes a 60-day money back guarantee. (Note that the refund excludes shipping and handling costs.)

Is the Teton Tournament Legal?

Yes, the Teton HxD Hybrid Driver is approved by the USGA, and is considered tournament legal to play.

Bottom Line: Does the Teton Hybrid Do What It Promises to Do?

Yes, the Teton Hybrid works exactly as promised. I tried and my students tried it. We all found that:

  • The Teton launches the ball much more effectively than a driver.
  • Those who struggle with carry distance get more air with the Teton Hybrid.
  • Students discovered much more consistency from shot to shot with the Teton.
  • Shots were more accurate.
  • The Teton was easier to swing than a driver and more comfortable to use either way.
  • We all got incredible distance off the tee with a standard iron swing or hybrid golf swing.

In short, I highly recommend this new club for anyone who wants longer and more consistent drives without a ton of practice. Those who enjoy the challenge of mastering their driver may not be as intrigued by the Teton.

But if you’re just looking to have a better time on the golf course, this club will do it.

What Do You Think?

Are you interested in the Teton Hybrid? Have you tested this club for yourself? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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28 Comments

  1. SNAKE OIL SALESMAN.
    That says it all.

  2. Todd, are you personally endorsing this club? I’m 75 y/o – a 16 index and use a Callaway Epic. Your article implies I might get better results off the tie with this club.

  3. Where can I test this club in the St. Pete area (zip 33708)?
    Thank you

  4. a bit dishonest: after explaining the problems with driver and the advantages of using an hybrid club the author let you supposed that he explained that the teton can replace your driver!!!! Not even close. What is the distance achieve with the teton? An easier shot of 200 yards is not the same thing as a 250 yards drive! This is mostly a marketing text not a real analysis of the starting question: can teton replace your driver? So the answer is probably NO.

  5. Denis, thanks for posting. One thing to remember is that not all golfers can hit their driver 250 yards; truth is very few do. The Teton can help many players who struggle with distance and launch off the tee….just our opinion.

  6. Not sure on testing it, however it does come with a money back guarantee.

  7. David, thanks for your question. Here is what I will say, at your age and handicap, it is worth looking at. Golf clubs much like a good quality suit need to be matched to the individual and this club has helped many of our players. Hope that helps.

  8. Alan, thanks for posting. Sorry you feel that way. We do our best to provide good solid information for our fellow golfers.

  9. What I am looking for is a 15deg hybrid that I can hit off the deck. My driver does pretty well – just want a little more fairway distance – not as comfortable hitting my fairway woods.

  10. Todd – can you hit this off the fairway like a 3-wood? Without a tee?

  11. Do they do a ladies version of Trenton hybrid driver

  12. I watched Rick Shields review of the Teton driver on YouTube. He seemed pleased with it. How long is the shaft? What is the swing weight with the R shaft in it?
    Easy way to add 50 yards to your drive: move to the forward tees. I did, works great.

  13. How much is the Teton hybrid drover ?

  14. The promo is very similar to gx7.They both are over the top and are very misleading. Examples are vivx,moon wood,,mazel,c3,stand alone putter and many others.Outragous claims,phony demos and miracle results! Shame on you taking advantage of poor gullible golfers.

  15. Richard,

    Here you go https://powerclinicgolf.com/pages/teton?utm_medium=youtube&utm_source=usgolftv

    This product has been selling like crazy! Let us know if you have any questions…happy to help.

  16. Kay,

    Great question, there is a senior flex which would be similar to a ladies flex.

    Here you go https://powerclinicgolf.com/pages/teton?utm_medium=youtube&utm_source=usgolftv

  17. David,

    Great question, it can be done, but in all honesty it is challenging. I hit off the ground and played a little cut shot…best used off the tee.

    Hope that helps!

  18. Harvin,

    Sorry to hear this…we have tested it and witnessed first hand the results it has produced for many golfers.

    Here is a video we did https://youtu.be/hZOSA97YlZ8

  19. I’m 6.6 in height – I have just purchased set of ping i500 irons – also bought ping G410 hybrid 3 iron – all irons are 1.5 inch extension on shaft – I manage to strike the G410 well off tee and fairway anywhere between 190 (miss hit) or 220 (sweet) – I’m looking for a driver to add extra distance – can I purchase with a shaft extension?

  20. Hi I am interested but more as a fairway club as I struggle with my fairway woods and feel that the shorter shaft might give me more success. Whats your thoughts on an average golfer using it as a fairway club and also you say the head is bigger than the standard hybrid but can you confirm how big it is?

    Kind Regards

    Stuart

  21. Where can I buy a teton HXD driver from and could you give me more info thanks

  22. Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment Michael! Here is a link to purchase the Teton:
    https://powerclinicgolf.com/pages/teton?utm_medium=youtube&utm_source=usgolftv
    There should be more helpful info for you as well. Let us know if you have any questions.
    Thanks again!

  23. My name is norm I would like to purchase one of those hybrid clubs is that possible

  24. Thanks for taking the time to comment Norm! Here is a link to purchase the Teton: https://powerclinicgolf.com/pages/teton?utm_medium=youtube&utm_source=usgolftv
    Let us know if you have any questions.
    Happy New Year!

  25. Rick Shiels recently reviewed. If he liked it, which he did, you might re-think your stance. Just got mine. I will let you know as I hit it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFU5Ol7DfRs

  26. Thanks for commenting, and we would agree: this club does have some serious potential, especially if you have struggled with a traditional driver. Be sure to let us know what you think of the club! (we actually included his review in our article too!)

  27. Stuart,

    Good question, the Teton is designed mostly for off the tee shots. You can use it off the ground, however it is tough…hope that helps.

  28. Gary, Our understanding is you are not able to purchase in the longer length. However, you could take it to a local fitter and they could add an extension to the shaft.

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