For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 20 new hybrids to help you find the right one for your game. (For more on our testing process, click here.) Below are the results for the Ben Hogan VKTR hybrid. You can find the full list of hybrids and test results here.
Ben Hogan VKTR
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Our take: Hogan’s VKTR hybrids have been on the market for nearly a half-decade now, and while the manufacturer has made major strides to increase forgiveness and playability they’ve managed to do so while remaining true to their initial goal: versatility. The newest VKTR (a new design reimagined for 2021) was an absolute favorite in the hybrids category during ClubTest, particularly for its design. “Doesn’t feel like a hybrid, just a bigger iron,” said one tester. “Nice thin look. Surprisingly amazing!” In a lot of ways, the VKTR hybrid is a perfect metaphor for Hogan himself: quietly brilliant.
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Ben Hogan VKTR Hybrid
The details: The VKTR hybrid is built from two pieces of steel with minimal offset and a slightly larger clubhead size for added forgiveness. A bulge clubface with variable face thickness works in concert with the above to improve the launch characteristics of each shot. The face is forged for a purer feel while the high toe position gives the appearance of a club that’s more iron than wood. The crown aesthetics are simple and muted, a favorite among testers, and fixed weight in the rear helps to lower the CG and improve the club’s overall playability.