Sonartec Md Transition Club Hybrid Review

In just a couple short years Sonartec has grown from a small unknown golf club manufacturer to a leader among fairway woods and hybrid clubs on the PGA Tour.

Thanks in large part to their partnership with Nick Price Sonartec has seen its tour usage grow seemingly every week. They now have the number 2 position on the hybrid usage list with their Md Transition Club.

The style of the Md club makes it one of the most versatile golf clubs on the market. The Sonartec patented “Driving Cavity” in the bottom of the club serves to raise the centre of gravity producing a lower ball flight for the better player. With this technology the Md is able to produce a higher ball flight than a long iron but the ball flight won’t balloon like with so many of the newer hybrid designs on the market place. A flat face on the Md provides more workability and allows the better player more control over their ball flight. The Md comes stock with the UST Irod graphite shaft, the number one ranked graphite hybrid shaft on the market.


The Sonartec Md has consistently been ranked the number one or two hybrid club on the PGA Tour since the start of 2005. It is a great feeling club that performs incredibly well in the hands of a better player. Unfortunately the club is limited to that low handicap type of player, most amateurs have difficulty getting the ball airborne with the Md and don’t get enough forgiveness to hit it well. These players are better off with a Taylor Made Rescue or Cleveland Halo club, however the better player looking to replace a long iron or fairway wood is wise to take a look at the Md.


Overall Rating – 70%


Target Handicap: 12 and under


Ball Flight: Low-Mid


Lofts: 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25


Shafts: UST Irod Ladies, Light, Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff


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