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looking to build a (call it a hogan-esque fantasy) driver that won’t go left, any head shaft & grip recommendations? Honestly a bit lost as to where to start!

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There’s no “one” set-up that works. It all depends on your swing. I’ve achieved it with an open-faced driver, as well as one that wasn’t that had more spin. If you can go through a fitting, that will be your best bet.


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Callaway Epic Flash SZ Triple Black Diamond, 9 degrees with tour adapter set to -2 playing 7*, 10g of hotmelt & 10g of lead tape in the toe, with a 75g Tensei Pro White TX tipped 3 inches. Golf Pride MCC+4 midesize with 6 wraps of tape 

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Callaway Epic Flash SZ Triple Black Diamond, 9 degrees with tour adapter set to -2 playing 7*, 10g of hotmelt & 10g of lead tape in the toe, with a 75g Tensei Pro White TX tipped 3 inches. Golf Pride MCC+4 midesize with 6 wraps of tape  - GolfWRX 

 

Yep. That will do it!!! Yikes!!!!!

 

 

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Hi all
looking to build a (call it a hogan-esque fantasy) driver that won’t go left, any head shaft & grip recommendations? Honestly a bit lost as to where to start!


Veylix Rome shaft is a fade biased shaft. Then get an adjustable head where you can open it and move weight to the toe (like any TaylorMade head from the past 8yrs lol).


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Veylix Rome shaft is a fade biased shaft. Then get an adjustable head where you can open it and move weight to the toe (like any TaylorMade head from the past 8yrs lol).


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I play this shaft, the Rome 688 X. It’s LEGIT. Now, I can still miss left, but it’s hard to do! Great shaft.


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I play this shaft, the Rome 688 X. It’s LEGIT. Now, I can still miss left, but it’s hard to do! Great shaft.


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Pretty much. I was fit for this shaft in the driver, 3 wood, and utility iron..... didn’t want to take out a second mortgage so I had to pass lol.


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Pretty much. I was fit for this shaft in the driver, 3 wood, and utility iron..... didn’t want to take out a second mortgage so I had to pass lol.


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I know a guy, so I was lucky!


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3 hours ago, PMookie said:


I know a guy, so I was lucky!


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Always helps to "know a guy" lol

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My vote would go for any driver that is put in my hands lately! 🤣

Seriously though find a tour issue TM driver with an open face and flat lie angle as standard then use the adapter to flatten the lie and open the face more. If you find one with twist face that should mitigate the toe gear effect as well.


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I just made myself something similar. Mine is anti right though. (LH). I set it up with I very heavy shaft that is too stiff. I have a new, previous model BIO cell head, with an x-stiff Grafalloy Bi-Matrix shaft that is 80g, and torque of 2.0. The only time I hit this thing to the right is when I really pull it right, if I hit it well it is a slight fade.

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I solved my left driver misses in one golf lesson, but it took a lot of work after that to change my swing. I still play my driver as flat as I can, with the weight in the toe, but it's very rare for me hit one left anymore after the swing change. I think the club can only help so much. Good luck! I know how much those left misses can kill your tee game.

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