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John Letters T9+ Hybrid Utility Club
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Product Specifications

Shaft: Graphite
Shaft Manufacturer: Aldila
Head Size: Oversize
Head Material: Stainless Steel
Head Offset: No
Shot Shape: Straight
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John Letters T9+ Hybrid Club - Long Irons Are Dead Long Live The T9+ Hybrid!

As the perfect way to replace your hard-to-hit long irons the T9+ Hybrid clubs use a powerful Maraging steel face and come with discretional weighting and a ‘feel cell’ sole for monumental all round performance. Read full description

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John Letters T9+ Hybrid Utility Club

  • For over 90 years John Letters have been at the forefront of golf club innovation and the use of ground-breaking technologies, making the game more enjoyable for every golfer!
  • No matter what standard of golf you achieve, traditional long irons are notoriously hard to strike consistently well. The John Letters T9+ hybrids use a state-of-the-art discretional weighting design to push more weight in the heel and toe areas for maximum forgiveness and stability on off centre strikes.
  • The clean and contemporary lines inspire confidence at address and a low profile face helps to lower the centre of gravity making it easy to get the ball airborne from virtually any lie.
  • A special Maraging steel face transfers more energy at impact for increased distance.
  • 'Feel Cell' technology in the sole of the clubhead helps to disperse vibrations at impact, giving an improved sound and solid feel.
  • Placing a large amount of the club head's weight further back, increases the MOI (Moment Of Inertia) to reduce club head twisting on off-centre strikes for more accuracy.
  • A simple, yet visually attractive JL symbol sits on the crown for easy sweetspot alignment.
  • The John Letters T9+ hybrid features a state-of-the-art Aldila 'Tour Gold' graphite shaft. This ultra lightweight shaft gives maximum distance while still maintaining a controlled ball flight and supreme accuracy.
  • A top of the range, soft feel, midsize Winn DSi grip is fitted to each of the clubs for great traction and comfort in all conditions.
  • The matching headcover is included FREE when you place your order through the website.

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John LettersT9+ Hybrid Utility Club
 
4.4

(based on 7 reviews)

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

John Letters T9+ 3 Hybrid

By Dave

from Oxford

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Easy To Hit
  • Long
  • Straight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Around The Green

    Comments about John Letters T9+ Hybrid Utility Club:

    I bought a John Letter 3 Hybrid after going on their launch monitor and trying a wide range at Direct Golf in Tunbridge Wells including the Mizuno I was actually going there to buy, this club was the longest and straightest one I tried.

    I found it so easy to hit and it was I was hitting a good distance.

    I was having trouble with my driver from the tee so used this club from instead and was hitting the centre of the most fairways and I wasn't that far behind what I was hitting my driver.

    I like the club so much I'm currently considering getting the 2 Hybrid as well.

    I would recommend anyone to try John Letters Clubs, they are up there with the big names like Ping, Callaway, Nike and Taylormade.

     
    5.0

    Recently brought the 2 ...

    By Tyson Pickett

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about John Letters T9+ Hybrid Utility Club:

    Recently brought the 2 and 4 iron hybrids, love them ! great distance and love the grips, try them around the green in semi rough, I've nearly holed out loads of times :-)

    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Because of the bad ...

    By Alan

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about John Letters T9+ Hybrid Utility Club:

    Because of the bad weather I have ony had the opportunity to use this new club once BUT I found it superb on the fairway excellent out of the rough. I also used once of the tee.. again very good. A.T

     
    5.0

    great club sits nice ...

    By michael

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about John Letters T9+ Hybrid Utility Club:

    great club sits nice behind the ball very easy to hit

     
    4.0

    This club is just what ...

    By Neale Egen

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about John Letters T9+ Hybrid Utility Club:

    This club is just what i've been looking for, it helps you ajust in the area between 5 iron & 5 wood with alot more ease, once i've played with it a little bit more you'll be able to consider giving the top mark !

     
    4.0

    Good distance from these; ...

    By Allan Jamieson

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about John Letters T9+ Hybrid Utility Club:

    Good distance from these; I play off 15 and for me the 2H is about a 3W replacement and the 3H is a 5W equivalent. The difference is more consistent ball striking with the T9+ compared to my old 3W & 5W. I've got to grips with using them from tee & fairway now. The only issue I have is the grip size; feels a bit too big but given the cheap price of the clubs it's not a big deal to pay for smaller grips.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Just bought a set of ...

    By Mike

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about John Letters T9+ Hybrid Utility Club:

    Just bought a set of T9+
    Was concerned having never used
    a hybrid before.
    They are so good I now want the
    2 hybrid as well.

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