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Originally posted by Sarnia Sarnia wrote:

I went the opposite way and reduced some longer clubs so I can have 52/56/60. Even opening up the face on a 56 you can't do the same things that you can with a 60.

I go with the theory that that extra wedge saves a lot more shots than having an extra club around the 200+ yard area.


It's an experiment really. I really don't see so far how I'm losing out. The MP R 56* has a grind that allows me to open it up as much as I want without blading it.
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Originally posted by jonag jonag wrote:

yeah an 6* gap with hybrids is too much.  But a 3* gap with a wood hybrid is possible due to the extra shaft length of the wood.

As I say, the only trouble with the trouble outs are the lower loft.  It is partly due to the low COG giving a higher trajectory so Maltby strengthened the loft, but hte 13 deg 3w goes a long way and I often am only 10 yards shorter with it than my driver.
 
I have 13-17-20-25 and I would not mind having a 15 option with the trouble outs. 
 
Glider S driver is a good one so I expect the glider S 3w to be good at 16* (it is missing on the list but search it up).  I do not know the new ct250 woods, but there were some lower rating on the old CT250 woods, but they are out of stock anyway.
 
I recommend the lowest and deepest possible COG in the long clubs.  I understood the rules for impact after starting to play the trouble outs as woods and hybrids.  Chuck has also proved it.  low and deep COG gives high launch/low spin, ie distance and soft landing even if windy.
 
a 13+17 trouble out wood could do the trick in combo with your 21/24 hybrids.
 
I have the same length of my driver but like it to be light.  I recommend the same SW for all woods.


Thanks for that Jon. I'll look at the options, but 13* isn't a loft I'll feel comfortable with in a 3 wood - although it'll be primarily a tee club. I'll definately check out the glider in 16* though. Could be a good option.
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It's all change at the Swing-King Inn.

Driver is now MacGregor Eye-O-Matic M38 10.5* with reg flex Y-6+ shaft

3 & 5 woods: Purefit DC Tour V with Swing Science 200 Series shafts. I'm playing these at 42" and 42" respectively. Have been looking for a playable deep faced wood for ages. At this price it's a no brainer.

I'm also trying out a Cleveland Launcer 2 iron for when the wind blows. I'm not sure I like the bucket like shape yet and if not I'll build up the TA4 head with a mid-weight graphite shaft.

21* Now back with Nike cpr.

24* DM Pro Steel Hybrid and DM Hybrid shaft. Can't shift this out.

5-PW: Still with the MX20's

52* PCF with Nippon NSPro 1150. May play around with other shaft options as I'm not overly keen on the Nippon. Will probably try the FST range next.

56/10* Mizzy MP R Chrome with Rifle 4.5 - again not happy with this combo.

Putter is now Never Compromise Grayzone GZ1 cut to 33" with about 100gms extra lead added.
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