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Titleist 816 H1 Hybrid in New ConditionTitleist 816 H1 Hybrid

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New Condition Men's Titleist 816 H1

Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Shaft


The Titleist 816 H1 hybrids were designed with superior technology for long game performance. They features Active Recoil Channel Technology and an ultra-thin face which delivers higher speeds and lower spin both from the tee and off the turf. The high MOI design places the CG low in the club head delivering stability and ball speed while preserving forgiveness. The rounded profile provides confidence at address, maximum forgiveness, and slightly higher launch and spin versus 816 H2.


  • Active Recoil Channel
  • Thin, Fast Face
  • High MOI
  • Relieved Sole Edges



Review by blip42, 3 months ago.

“I have four 915 hybrids and surprisingly I prefer those to the 816 h1 just acquired.”

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what the difference on shaft - blue70 vs red60?

JOHN M.     6 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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The S+ blue 70 has a mid launch and a mid spin compared to the M+ red 60 will have a high launch and mid to high spin. Please follow the link below for more detailed information.

Emmett Brantly     6 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

On the 816 H series, what is difference between to H1 & H2 club. Im a 17-18 handicap, which do you recommend for me?

Richard S.     5 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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The H2 features a smaller head on comparison to the H1 that will launch lower and be less forgiving. Based on your handicap, I would recommend the H1.

Emmett Brantly     5 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful