The FDI is an Iron Hybrid vs the TC that is a traditional Hybrid. The nature of the design of a traditional hybrid, with a lower profile and a lower and more rearward cg location make them easier to hit for most people. That being said, some players prefer the wide sole lower profile iron hybrid. Depends on what kind of shots you are wanting to use them for. For instance, the FDI will generally have a lower trajectory and for me is great off the tee on tight par 4’s, etc. The TC hybrids are extremely easy to hit from the fairway and have a higher trajectory. I also prefer the TC Hybrid out of the rough. Easier to get it up and out, at least for me it is. Both have high degrees of playability. The FDI is in the Super Game Improvement category and the TC Hybrid is in the Ultra Game Improvement category. A traditional hybrid design, generally, should always have higher MPF number just by the nature of the design (head shape), so you’re really not comparing clubs in the same category even though they are both called hybrids. Hopefully this helps in your decision.
Tour FDI is excellent. Easy to hit, very forgiving. Hit it slightly towards the toe and it went straight and long.
Bought the Pak with #2 and Tensei blue shaft.