Jim is thinking about selling his 20* one post above yours. I was hitting the 20* off the deck at the range a few minutes ago and it was just filthy long with a nice high trajectory. They should be called Super Fun Hybrids.I hit the Super Hybrid 17° today. This is once hell of a club. I removed my 4wood in my bag to see how the Super Hyrid would work. Well, I was very happy with the results. I only used a few times, but each time my ball had a very penetrating ball flight and I hit on both fairway and out of a decent size rough.
I have a Callaway Rogue 4 Hybrid 20°, but seriously thinking of replacing to another Super Hybrid at the same degree.
I know people will think I’m nuts but al I can hit is a draw with mine right now. It’s also gotten freakishly long with the warmer and drier conditions.i changed the hosel setting from +1 neutral to +1 draw and over the last few rounds i’ve seen a draw flight. i think that has really helped me get along better with the club. it looks more closed to my eye than i’d like, but the results don’t lie.
That is nuts, beast mode. I am happy with 225 and think I am killing it...It just proves these clubs can work for any SS level and be productive.
What's your driver distance on average drives? Great drives? That's massive regardless. I get some outliers from time to time with my Rogues off the tee, but if that is consistent, good for you!
My average drive is under 250 due to being inconsistent. My good to great drives are in the 280-300 range. My misses are so much better with the Super Hybrid that unless its a wide open fairway the driver stays in the bag.What's your driver distance on average drives? Great drives? That's massive regardless. I get some outliers from time to time with my Rogues off the tee, but if that is consistent, good for you!
that looks really nice.Well hello there -
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Picked it up this afternoon and took it to the range. Everything you read says this club is fade biased, but I'm not seeing it so far. I started with it on -1/D and was hitting draws, with the misses being hooks. Took it to -1/N and it was straight to slight draw (with the big miss still being a hook, which is not surprising since that's my default miss with every club). Well struck shots were high, straight and long. I hit a few pushes just because I do that sometimes, but never saw any kind of fade bias. My club speed isn't particularly high (87-90 mph with a driver), but I had no problem elevating the ball with this club (Tensei CK Pro Orange 80 shaft, R flex) . I don't have access to a launch monitor, so no spin numbers, but when I was fitted for it at on a Trackman at a Callaway demo day a couple months ago, the fitter was happy enough with the numbers he was seeing.
I couldn't get a good read on actual yardage since I was hitting range balls off a mat (and directly into a headwind). I was hitting it longer than my Mavrik 5H for sure. Well struck shots seemed to be around 190-195 yards. I'll have to get a few rounds under my belt with Garmin Golf to get some usable numbers on it and see exactly where it slots in the bag, but I like what I'm seeing so far.
With @badolds pic earlier, it looks shut to me too. The Apex looked great to me in hand but I haven't hit either. Good luck!this club continues to be an enigma for me. I still have no confidence in it or knowing where it's going. i'm going to give it a little more time, but I'm starting to wonder whether something with a little less loft and a little more spin would be a better fit. visually I still don't love how shut it looks with its larger footprint with 23* of loft. i'd like to stay in the Callaway family, maybe i'll search cpo for an in-line apex hybrid.
I don't think it's actually shut. I mean, it's not a club that wants to go left for me at all. heck, today I had the ball sitting in the rough (Bermuda grass gon' grab that hosel) AND above my feet, but it still went right with no draw spin. ended up with a penalty because it didn't do what I expected. it's that kind of thing that keeps giving me fits.