Confidence Golf HQ 7 Square Rescue Hybrid

By Darin McGilvra

golf ball and club on driving range

The HQ 7 Square Rescue Hybrid golf club is made by Confidence Golf. It is only available for right-handed golfers. It comes with a manufacturer's warranty that covers defects or breakage for up to one year from the date of purchase.

Rescue Hybrid

"Rescue" and "hybrid" are terms that are virtually interchangeable. A hybrid club is one that is made with features from both fairway woods and irons. These are used to get you out of difficult lies when you still want plenty of distance. Hybrids are often called rescue clubs because they are intended to "rescue" you from these difficult lies.

HQ 7

Rectangular Construction Principle is used in the stainless steel club head of the HQ 7 golf clubs. This technology uses a square shape in the club head to give you the maximum moment of inertia, which gives you a higher launch angle. It also distributes the weight to the perimeter of the club head, which reduces the amount of vertical and horizontal twisting in the head when hitting the golf ball. This will make your shots straighter even when hitting the ball slightly off-center.

Square 21

The HQ 7 Square 21 has a 21-degree angle of loft. HQ 7 clubs with a stiff flex shaft are only available in 21 degrees and 18 degrees.

Square 24

The HQ 7 Square 24 has 24-degrees of loft. The HQ 7 also is available with three other loft angles: 21 degrees, 18 degrees and 15 degrees. HQ 7 clubs with a regular flex shaft are available with all three angles of loft.


The shaft of the HQ 7 clubs are made of a high modulus graphite, which is a material made of special fibers covered in resin and wrapped together to shape the shaft. Flex refers to how much the shaft will bend when swinging the golf club. This club has a stiff flex rating, which means it will flex less than a regular shaft. A stiff flex shaft is usually recommended for golfers with faster golf swings.


The HQ 7 clubs come with a grip that is designed to be used in any weather conditions. They also come with their own head covers, which are designed to protect the club heads from being damaged when they are in a golf bag or in storage.

About the Author

Darin McGilvra is a writer in Southern California. He has been a writer since 1997. He worked as a sports writer and copy editor for newspapers for more than 12 years before becoming a freelance writer. His articles have appeared recently in "The Californian" newspaper in Temecula, Calif. McGilvra holds a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics education from Northwest Nazarene College.