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Kevin, Salt Lake City, Utah

15 Handicap, Swing Speed about 95 with hybrids

Cobra Baffler XL 4, 5 and 6

To better gap between my 5 fairway wood and #4 hybrid I would love a 19 or 20 degree club. 

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Jeff / White Lake, MI

3 / 113

Adams Red 20*

19, 20, 21 degree, something to fill the 3 iron gap

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First Name/City, State                                   Ron, Linden NJ

Handicap/SS                                                   18 / 86

Current hybrid model Played                         Taylormade M2 3 hybrid / 5 hybrid

What loft you think you would choose and why       I like 24 degree loft for a 5 hybrid. This is a go to club of mine that i find myself always taking from the bag. My old 5 hybrid has seen better days of constant use.

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Jim /Covina, CA

6 / 100 mph driver

Taylor Made M1

21 degree - biggest Gap distance in my game


:taylormade-small: Taylormade M4 10.5

                      Taylormade M3 HL 3 wd

                      Taylormade M2  5 wd

                      Taylormade M1 4 hybrid 

:ping-small:    6-PW Ping I500  

:cleveland-small: 52 RTX 3 / 56 RTX 3 / 60 Cleveland RTX 4

:cameron-small: Scotty Cameron GoLo 7 or Scotty Futura 5.5m

Bettinardi bb32 (depending on my mood)

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P.J./Pensacola, FL

6/100

Adams 9032  20, 23, 26

I’d like to try a 19 or 20 as if these are that much longer I might be able to narrow the gap to my 3 wood.

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Randy Palm Coast, Florida

12 / 85

Taylormade M3 19 degree 3

Same loft. This fits my gapping in my clubs nicely.

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Kevin    Sugar Land, TX

10 / 90-95 Hybrid

Taylor Made RBZ 19 degree

19 degree -- loft fits between 3W and 4i

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First Name/City, State - Rob/Mt. Juliet, TN

Handicap/SS - +.08/112

Current hybrid model Played - Tour Edge Exotics EX9 Tour

What loft you think you would choose and why - 18*, because it fills the gap between my 3 wood and 4 iron

 

Thanks for the opportunity!

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Dustin/Selma, TX
8 /122mph
Miura 2 iron

18 degree would be a great club in my bag. Little easier to hit than the my 2 iron, and maybe even a little longer off the tee. Would really make any 400 yard hole or lees leave me a PW in on better. I’ve been old school for a long time, and for as long as I’ve played I have never had a hybrid.

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Bob S. In Dallas Texas

Handicap 12.2 SS is 102

play a 20• ping anser

would like to try a 3 hybrid stiff shaft

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Michael, South Lyon, Michigan
11.1 index, SS 90
Callaway GBB OS
19* as this is a perfect time because I have been shopping and investigating brands for the eventual purchase of a 19* hybrid.



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Driver:    Callaway GBB 10.5*

Fairway:  Callaway Epic 3 & 5
Hybrid:   Callaway Big Bertha OS 4 hybrid
Irons:     Callaway Rogue X 6-9
Wedges: Callaway Rogue X PW, AW, GS; MD4 SW
Putter:    Odyssey White Hot RX 2-ball V-line
Ball:       Srixon Z-Star

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Jon from Exeter, RI

Hdc 7   S/S 94

Hybrid Ben Hogan  18

 18 degree hybrid fits nicely between my 3 wood and 4 iron.

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Jeffrey. Etna NH

HC 3. SS 105

Titleist 816 19

ping g 30 22

Would prefer the 19 as I find the Titleist a little inconsistent and more difficult to control when adding or subtracting yardage

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Hi, Billy from Freeland,Maryland. My handicap is 15. My SS is approx. 85 with driver. I would choose a regular shaft based on truefit on line recommendation. I need 22deg. I'm currently playing Cobra Flyz adjustable hybrid. My current irons are 5-PW so this would the 4 iron that I could never hit and be fantastic out of the rough especially on par 5's. Would also look vood in my bag next to my new EXS driver recently purchased.

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Darryl   Arizona City Az   SS 90    Exotics 4 Hybrid       3or 2 Hybrid    Using this 4 hybrid for 5 years   Would be a good comparison as how they have improved or not

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Chris from Ventura, California

Current Handicap: 7.1

Current hybrid model: Cobra Fly-Z 17.5* w/ fuji speeder pro x-flex

I would choose 18* or 19* loft with Evenflow Blue 85 shaft 6.0 because I recently went back to my 18* fairway wood and I want to keep a consistent gap between my 3 wood and my 4 iron.


MY BAG

Driver:      Titleist 917D3 9.5, Fuji Speeder Pro Tour Spec 74 s-flex

Fairway:   Cobra Fly-z+ 15* x-flex
Irons:        Ping i25 4-PW (yellow dot), dynamic gold X100
Wedges:   Cleveland RTX 2.0 wedges: 49*, 54*, 60* dynamic gold X100
Putter:       Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2, name stamped, II black oxide finish

Grips:        Golf Pride New Decade Midsize +2 wraps

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Jeff / Indiana

5 HC / 110 MPH driver SS

Ping G 3H 19° & Ping G 4H 22°

I would select the 16°, with EvenFlow Black 85 6.0. I am looking for a driver alternative that is not a 3 wood. I like the low spin offering in the Black.

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22 hours ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

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Hybrids have long been a love/hate club for many players.  Many love them and the forgiveness they offer, and many hate them for their tendency to hook.  Finding the perfect or even dependable hybrid is often an ever going process for many players.   It's also not one you see a lot on the PGA Tour.  But if you have spent any time watching the PGA Tour Champions over the past couple months, you no doubt have noticed two things. 

1) A big tour presence by Tour Edge, in not only it's well established fairway woods, but more recently the  Exotics CBX hybrid popping up in the bags of Scott McCarron and others.  The club has been vital to McCarron as he has won two events in the last three weeks.   What makes this hybrid so attractive, well  we'll if a picture is worth 1,000 words, then a video must be worth at least 2,000.   So see for yourself

 So there it is, we're looking for four testers to test, review and keep a Tour Edge Excotics CBX 119 hybrid of your choice.  Follow the instructions below. 

Per the OEM's request this testing is open to Right Handed Golfers in the US. 

Do Not Quote this post in your entry:  Doing so may lead to disqualification.

Provide the following information:

First Name/City, State

Handicap/SS

Current hybrid model Played

What loft you think you would choose and why

We'll be picking the testers sometime next week so check back to see if you've been selected.  Good Luck!!

 

Stu Brighton, Michigan.  18 handicap .  Wishon Golf 24 degree Hybrid 4.    Would choose a 21 degree hybrid to get max distance from a hybrid club 

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I am far more on the 'hate" side of the relationship with hybrids so I'll just wish everyone hoping for a chance to test & review these good luck!


In my  :wilson_staff_small:  carry bag:
:wilson_staff_small:  D7 R flex 
:callaway-small:  GBB 3W (lofted to 4W)
:callaway-small: V-Series Heavenwood
:cobra-small: Baffler XL 5i-PW
:cleveland-small: CBX 54*
:cleveland-small:  Smart Sole S
:cleveland-small: #10

Twitter: @russtopherb

 

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