Callaway Super Paradym Hybrid Review

While hybrids are great for longer approach shots, sometimes you can find yourself outside of their effective range.

In that case, you can choose to use a wood or try a low iron approach, but perhaps Callaway has come up with the perfect hybrid for you to consider instead.

Let’s look at what their Super Paradym has to offer.

Intro & First Impressions

Callaway’s Super Paradym Hybrid first hit the market in 2019, and this is the third version of the club.

So what’s it all about?

Well, this is a fusion of a wood with a hybrid, but with the power you’d expect from a driver.

That’s something we immediately noticed when trying it out, first at the range and then on the course.

An approach of around 200 yards into the green?

Not a problem for the Paradym Super Hybrid.

That’s thanks to trickle-down driver technology in the head of the club, which features both a body and face constructed from titanium.

You’ll immediately notice the centre of gravity of the head, which is placed in a low-forward position. This makes the club extremely forgiving, even if you aren’t making the cleanest of strikes.

Another aspect that the Paradym Super Hybrid brings to the course is its ability to get the ball airborne quickly due to its penetrating launch characteristics.

An adjustable hosel means that you can adjust the loft of the club too, both up and down (two degrees up and one degree down).

Selling Points

  • Excellent distance with superior accuracy
  • 16, 18, 21, 24 and 27 degree loft
  • Carbon fibre crown with a titanium body and face
  • Includes Jailbreak Batwing technology that allows for an adjustable face


Club 2H 3H 4H 5H 6H
Loft degree 16.0 18.0 21.0 24.0 27.0
Length (inches) 41.5 41.0 40.5 40.0 39.5
Availability RH only RH/LF RH/LH RH/LH RH only

Vs Other Paradym Hybrids

Compared to the standard Paradym Hybrid, this club offers much more distance, similar to what a wood can bring to the party, but it’s also far more forgiving.

It’s certainly an upgrade when compared to the standard Paradym Hybrid, and one that’s worth considering.

Who It’s For

This club is not aimed at any particular type of golfer.

You’ll probably find it in the bag of those who play more regularly, though, and that’s because it might take some time for a more casual golfer to find their groove with the Paradym Super Hybrid because of its mid-sized head.

That’s not to say it’s not worth checking out for high-handicappers, however, because this is a club that is both forgiving and accurate, even if you aren’t always striking the ball as consistently as you would like.

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