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I bought Thomas hybrids (1-LW) over 15 years ago. They are easily the best clubs I’ve ever bought. Extremely forgiving and long. I’m 6’6” and find getting fitt d for clubs extremely difficult but the Thomas golf folks have their own fitting process which worked great for me. My next investment is a Thomas hybrid 460 cc driver

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I have played Thomas hybrids they are of mid to low quality. The club design has not changed in 5 to 7 years maybe more. They seem to be a internet only company selling an antiquated product. I believe they are a one or two man operation using a drop ship service. The quality is questionable AT BEST. For an all hybrid set look at the Cobra or Cleveland Turbo line. I would avoid Thomas golf go with an established reputable company. 

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18 hours ago, Groundhog34 said:

I have played Thomas hybrids they are of mid to low quality. The club design has not changed in 5 to 7 years maybe more. They seem to be a internet only company selling an antiquated product. I believe they are a one or two man operation using a drop ship service. The quality is questionable AT BEST. For an all hybrid set look at the Cobra or Cleveland Turbo line. I would avoid Thomas golf go with an established reputable company. 

I agree with most of what you say, but I think the Thomas quality is there, they are well made. What I agree with you on is the design dating, yes they are older vintage, not updated or changed through the last several years. Why buy a product with a 7 yo design? I have a few of their hybrids and the aspect I like about them is they are not hooking machines that so many golfers complain about with today's hybrids. There isn't any 1 or 2 * closed face. That stood out to me as soon as I hit them.

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