Dynacraft Avatar Evolution Hybrid Irons - Review
Teacher’s Comments: Very, very easy to hit, but lacks some distance.
I don’t think I’ve ever played a set of irons that’s as easy to hit as the Avatar Evolution hybrids. Every swing I took—even some I deliberately screwed up—sent the ball up and toward the target. They were even effective from what I deemed impossible lies: hardpan and week-old unmown rough. Just slap away at the ball and it goes.
The downside: distance. Try as I might, I just couldn’t hit them as far as I do with my regular sets of irons.
Part of that might be the altitude that the ball achieves coming off the face of the Avatar Evolution. These things take off like a Saturn V. That is, I suppose, what you might expect from a set of hybrids.
From address, these clubs look more than a little odd, especially if you’ve grown used to playing irons with more traditional thin top lines. I actually took some ribbing from playing partners when I pulled these out.
Avatar Evolution 6 iron
The odd look is the result of the hollow-body construction. The #3 and #4 irons look like traditional hybrids, with a longer back and shallow face. As the set moves up to the mid irons, the clubs become more narrow. Finally, as they get to the scoring irons (#8 and up), the Avatar Evolutions take on the look of a chunky super game improvement iron. It’s quit