- Oct 16, 2019
- Reaction score
could this be the Callaway to put in my bag?
I can't imagine what having some Club head speed would do, much better so far than any other Hybrid I have owned. I like the size being a tweener, I always liked smaller FW's but these have some distance in them unlike a small FW to me. Maybe the shorter shaft helps me make better contact, but off the tee it was just nuts and a high draw or straight.
Animal!Here are some TrackMan numbers from my practice session on Saturday. Keep in mind that the Trackman was set to 4000 elevation, so the distance is somewhat exaggerated for those of you who do not play at elevation. I have now hit this enough to know where it slots for me. It definitely is not a 3 wood replacement, but it is a very long 5 wood replacement for me, which is what I have suspected for some time. The cool thing is that it is so much easier to control than a 5 wood. This club is firmly cemented in my bag for 2020.View attachment 8922339
I think there's something so comforting and confidence-inspiring knowing you can really step on this without fear of the hard left missPut GD AD DI 85s shafts in both the 23 & 17* wow these are fun, I normally hate a hybrid after 3 rounds but these are hanging tight. I find I can take some off the 23* and hit a high floater about 170 or step on it and get 190+ the 17 has been a bit more touchy but flushed it is a rocket off the tee or deck. I had 225 into 18 (par 5) and smoked this sucker mid high with a bit of a draw and got to about 10 ft off the green.
That is a wallop for me..
i’ll be honest, i’m not sure i see this one geared to more deliberate swing speeds. it is so low spin that without speed i think it would be an issue.I want to love this club. Looks great at address. Have tried it a few times but I’m used to a 62g hybrid shaft. Has any slower swingers tried a lighter shaft? I’ve tried the Tensei orange Reg but I keep hitting it fat. Just feels too heavy through the ball for me.