Pretty different clubs in my opinion based on looks alone. Performance could be similar ball flight wise but that subjective appearance side is there.Looking at the Taylormade website and have a sincere question: with the Stealth Rescue Plus being available through the lower part of the bag, isn’t the DHY kinda redundant in expected performance? I can’t imagine the Plus would have a massive ball flight.
I haven’t seen the DHY in person I was just thinking of how narrow the sole seemed on the Rescue Plus. I was considering CG placement but kept coming back to looks as well.Pretty different clubs in my opinion based on looks alone. Performance could be similar ball flight wise but that subjective appearance side is there.
That distance is ridiculous. How does that compare to similar clubs for you?View attachment 9102265
That's about as much spin as I can put on the 20*. Today at least. I can move it faster, but it flattens out for me like it's its job. Which I think it kind of is, but flat and hot is tough for me. Maybe better for someone who adds a bit or plans to use it off the tee. I turn it a bit and got down in the 2600 range with CSX.
Well I don't have one set up right now or would have hit it to compare. Took my 21* XFUT apart. I did hit my Fli-Hi, and it was a little higher, and a little straighter, with tighter deviations. Different shaft though and little different type of head. I think my XFUT, from past sessions, would have been somewhere in between.That distance is ridiculous. How does that compare to similar clubs for you?
Awesome feedback. May be a dumb question, but was this all off a tee or a mat?I'll have to hit the DHY next time. Not sure the UDI is for me even though I prefer the look of it.
I knew I was going to play and didn't want to hit too much there, so I hit some with the 20* UDI and then my similarly lofted Fli-Hi to get back in the groove to play. No DHY even though it's more similar to the Fli-Hi I think.
+ I liked that it was easy to work both ways
+ I actually could kick up some spin with it if I tried. Not a lot, but some
+ Felt pretty decent out of the middle
+ Could move it to the right without it spinning up
- Definitely on the lower forgiveness side. Been complaining about workability with mine. Well this will work L/R, and maybe more than you want. Lol
- Not as launchy as I expected. 10.4* average for me today with the Ascent shaft, which may have played a role.
- Had a couple 10 launch sub 3k spin ones on solid strikes
- A heel-y one lost a little more speed than I expected
Seems kind of long and skinny-short. Felt like that might show up if you moved up or down a couple grooves.
10 swings and deviations were 3.5 mph ball, .6 degree launch, 8y carry, 657 rpm spin, which is a little wide for me, even trying to move it around some. Really only kind of missed that one on the heel.
Mat. That's what is currently and always does give me pause. I can usually swing a little freer and launch the ball a little better outdoors. I was really trying to get down on it to kick up some spin. Still seemed pretty flat on trajectory though. I could hit that through any wind.Awesome feedback. May be a dumb question, but was this all off a tee or a mat?
I totally get the laziness part. I do that all of the timeWell that didn't show much promise. Was a bit tired after the round this morning so was giving them both some smooth swings off the deck. I never can hit freely in a bay so it's good to have a gamer baseline. Especially with the bad wilson balls they have in there. Should have gone out to my truck and grab my ball, but was lazy.
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Granted the shafts weren't the same and maybe a custom order with it might bring it alive. Is it worth the $407 dollars to find out? I don't believe so as mine does just fine.
Let down a little, but the pocketbook doesn't mind.