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Titleist Men's 816 H2 Hybrids

Take Your Long Game Further!

Over the course of the last several years, hybrids have become incredibly popular, as they combine the best attributes of long irons and fairway woods. With that being the case, Titleist has set out to create its hybrids for two distinctly different groups of golfers, those who use their hybrids like an iron and those who use their hybrids more like a fairway wood. If you’re someone who likes to hit a hybrid like an iron, the 816 H2 was designed for you. More specifically, it was designed for aggressive swingers who utilize steeper angles of attack with their hybrids. The H2 also has a smaller profile than the H1, which enables increased workability as far as trajectory and shot shaping are concerned. On the technological side, the H1 is a high MOI design for added forgiveness on mis-hits, and it features a relieved leading edge that, along with the club’s Recoil Channel, improves turf interaction. The Recoil Channel and thin clubface, meanwhile, combine to create faster ball speeds from impact points across the face. Additionally, Titleist’s SureFit Tour hosel allows for independent loft and lie adjustment, giving players the ability to dial in the H2 for their preferred ball flight and trajectory, as well as the exact yardage ranges they want. In one degree increments, the H2 can accommodate lofts from standard of one degree stronger or two degrees weaker, while lie angles can be adjusted from one degree flat to two degrees upright. The H2 is available in lofts of 19, 21, 23, and 25 degrees, and is available with several premium shaft options at no upcharge.


Models/Lofts 3H/19° • 4H/21° • 5H/23°
Grip Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360
Length 3H/40.5" • 4H/40" • 5H/39.5"
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Ideal For:

Golfers with more aggressive swings and/or steeper angles of attack who hit their hybrids in the same manner as an iron. The H2’s design was created for that type of player and utilizes a slight offset for the additional turf interaction that can be expected from that swing shape. And while the H2, like the H1, will deliver high launch, low spin, and impressive distance, it’s more compact head shape will also allow for more workability. All said, its adjustability features and playability benefits, including forgiveness, combine to make it one of the best hybrids on the market.

TGW Customer Feedback on the Titleist 816 H1 and H2 Hybrids

Diego Garcia from tgw talks with TGW customer Jay on the 816 H1 and H2 Hybrids

Active Recoil Channel

Allows the club face to flex more at impact, leading to high ball speeds and low spin rates for incredible distance.

Relieved Sole Edges

The relieved leading edge enables better turf interaction for more solid contact from any lie condition.

SureFit Tour Hosel

Allows players to independently adjust loft and lie to create proper yardage gaps and achieve their preferred ball flight and trajectory.

What Players Like You Are Saying...

“My preference was the H2. When I have a hybrid in the bag, I like it to be very versatile. I do like the sweeping feel (of the the H1) off the tee, but sometimes hitting those knockdown shots, having that little bit more of an iron feeling is great.”

TGW customer Jay, +4 handicap

“I actually have a steep swing and it was a lot easier for me to hit that H2 hybrid. I typically struggle with hybrids a little, bit but I was able to hit that one pretty well. I think the H1 probably went a little bit longer; forgiveness wise, it’s probably a little more forgiving, too. But I think the H2 just fit my game a little more.”

TGW customer Jordan, 7 handicap

Titleist Men's 816 H2 Hybrids is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hybrid H2 19 Great product. Easy to hit. Very playable and great quality. Allows you to work the ball.
Date published: 2017-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great club! Very easy to work the ball with this club distance is awesome
Date published: 2017-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 816 H2 23 degrees I bought this three weeks ago and regret not buying it the day it came out back in 2016. The club looks great at address and the ball just sails off the club. I now use it off the tee for tight par 4's that are less than 400 yards. I haven't used it much in the fairway yet to give it a proper review, but off the tee this club is a dream.
Date published: 2017-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So Far So Good I only played two rounds but this is better than expected!! I have a steep angle and often take a divot so when I read about the club I figured I would give it a try. Works great and I liked the adjustability. I am happy with the purchase.
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Reliability As a formerly low handicap player who plays less frequently, I often look for clubs that are versatile but predictable. This club classic look with reliable performance in any condition. This is what hybrids strive to be.
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My new favorite club. My previous hybrid clubs were from Adams golf. I still have them; they're good clubs. But this hybrid has far exceeded my expectations. A friend has all TItleist in his bag. Recently he invited me to try his 3 hybrid. Without ever having swung the club before, I stepped up and hit one of the better shots I hit all day. I left the course thinking about that shot. It just felt more solid. I liked the sound and feel and decided life is short and bought one on line. I've played three rounds with it -- probably hit it ten times -- and I love it. It inspires confidence.
Date published: 2016-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Long Iron Substitute I now have the svelte 816 H2 in 19 and 23 degrees, both with the Fuji Speeder shaft. I've carried a 19 degree 913H for years as a 3-iron substitute and added the 23 this year in lieu of my 4-iron. This is a quality club that low- and mid-handicap players should be able to hit with good consistency, either from the tee box or off the deck, so long as they hit down on the ball as they would with an iron. The Fuji shaft is stiff and has very low torque, meaning launch and spin are low; it feels like steel. I didn't think I would like the gray color, but after a few strikes, I now love it. The contrast with the black face makes alignment simple. Size and shape are similar to the 915 and 913 hybrids, unlike the bulbous H1s. Adjustability is the same as all other Titleist stuff.
Date published: 2016-04-27
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