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Rob from Florida

7.5 handicap

Currently play Nickent 4DX IW 20°

Most important thing about a hybrid for me is being able to shape the shot either direction.

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default_callaway-small.jpg                          Razr Hawk 9.5° (Aldila RIP)

:titelist-small:                         TS2 15° (Fujikura PRO 2.0 - 6S)

:nickent-small:                   4DX 20°

:srixon-small:                         Z585 (Oban CT-125)

:vokey-small:    SM7 Raw 50° / 8° / F  (Oban CT-125)

:vokey-small:    SM7 Raw 54° / 10° / S  (Oban CT-125)

:vokey-small:    SM7 Raw 58° / 8° / M  (Oban CT-125)

:scotty-small:                            Newport Select 2.5 33.5"

:bridgestone-small:          Tour B XS

:Arccos: 

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Doug, New Jersey

16.3 hcp

Cobra AMP 3h

A larger sweet spot would help.  I rarely get off a nicely struck shot with my hybrid. 


:ping-small:        G400 Max, PX Evenflow Blue 6.0s, until the adapter comes loose again in 5 swings. 😢

:cobra-small:  Bio Cell 3/4w, Project X PXV 6.0s

:cobra-small:  AMP 3h 19deg.  Aldila RIP 70 R

:cobra-small:  King Utility 4i, UST Recoil 780 ES SmacWrap S 

:mizuno-small:         JPX 825 Pro forged 5-PW.  TT Dynalite Gold R300

:cleveland-small:      CBX-2 50/11 

:taylormade-small:   ATV 56/16deg 

Putter:            Walter Hagen MS-2 with a nice Wynn grip.   

:Arccos:  Caddie for tracking.     

:bridgestone-small: Tour B-X / RX balls

 

2019: Tested Golf Pride Tour Velvet Plus 4 grips, Tested Lynx Black Cat 5-PW  

2020: Testing SkyCaddie LX5 Watch 🙂

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Thanks to MGS and Tour Edge for this opportunity to review this hybrid. I can't wait to see who gets picked and hear your thoughts. 

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John, Texas

18 hndcp

Mizuno 919jpx 22 deg

good distance, playability from different lies, ability to stop on the green


Retired Army aviator. 2 Vietnam tours flying Hueys.

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Clete North Carolina

6

Taylor Made Rescue Mid TP

Workability. Being able to control left or right shots. I've had mine so long because I can control it so well. Also love ease of solid contact from less than ideal lies.

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On 6/11/2020 at 4:06 PM, Golfspy_CG2 said:

First Name / State of Residence

Handicap

Current Hybrid in Play

What is the most important thing to you in a hybrid

Richard / Texas

11

Mizuno CLK

Consistent distance and does not hook!


Driver: Mizuno ST190 9.5* Fujikura Atmos Blue 5S
Fairway Wood: Mizuno ST190 15* Fujikura Atmos Blue 6S
Hyrbrid: Mizuno CLK 19* Fujikura Speeder EVO HB
Irons: Nike Vapor Pro Combo (4-PW) Dynamic Gold Pro S300
Wedges: Bridgestone Tour B XW-1 50*, 54*, & 58* Nippon Modus 3 105
Putter: Scotty Cameron Futura 6m 33"
Ball: Bridgestone Tour B XS
Bag: 2017 Titleist Players 5 Stand Bag

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Mike from Charleston, SC

12

Taylormade GAPR Mid 18°

Consistently soft landings on the greens


The 🙌🏼

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Jacob.  Beaverfalls Pennsylvania 

Handicap 17

Current Hybrid in play: Mizuno Hi Fli 17°, 22°

What is the most important thing to you in a hybrid: Consistency! Ive hit many brands and models of hybrid , the most frustrating thing is on the course i never seem to have hybrid consistency.  Almost identical shots from fairway and never consitent rather drawing or fading, shot placement and unpredictable distance.

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Gary. Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

 

10 handicap index

 

Now use Bridgestone J40 Hybrids in 22* and 24*.

 

Looking primarily for more consistent directional flight and secondarily distance.

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Tour Edge Exotics EXS 10.5, adjusted to 9.5

Tour Edge E8 4-Wood Regular

Bridgestone J 40 Hybrids (3H & 4H), Project X 5.0

Callaway Apex CF 16 Irons, Recoil 95 F2 shafts

Pling Glide 50* Gap Wedge

Titleist SM5 Wedge (54* loft, 14* bounce)

Bridgestone West Coast Wedge (60* loft, variable bounce)

Ray Cook Gyro Mallet Putter

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Seth. Central NY

7.6 index

current hybrid is TEE CBX 17*
 

high ball flight with good distance, high angle of decent, and with little to no draw bias.

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Del/ Virginia

handicap:  +1.5

Taylormade SLDR 19*, Fuji 95 gram X-flex

being able to not loose it left.

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Patrick / GA

13

TaylorMade Rocketballz Stage 2 rescue 3 hybrid. 19 degrees.

With a hybrid dispersion is the most important to me. But second, a hybrid is closing the gap between my 5 iron and 3 wood. According to multiple rounds with Arccos my fairway finder is just above 50%, GIR is a merely 16% and while my smart range is 221 to 257 with my current hybrid. After reading about the Tour Edge hybrid sounds like they have the right club to increase both GIR and Fairway Finder percentage. With a high swing speed I am looking to find a hybrid that can more consistent with my swing. 


Use :Arccos: for all clubs. Love the feedback and caddie options the app provides.

Driver: :ping-small: G400 with stock 55gram stiff flex. Just ordered a EvenFlow 75 gram stiff flex. Pumped!

3Wood: :callaway-logo-1: Epic Flash

Hybrid: :taylormade-small: 3 RBZ Rescue

Irons 5 thru A wedge: Sub70 699 irons. Project X Rifle shafts. XStiff

54° Wedge: :cleveland-small: RTX4

60° Wedge: :callaway-logo-1: MD4

Putter: :1332069271_TommyArmour: MyGolfSpy Most Wanted 2 years in a row!

Ball:  :srixon-small: ZStar. New believer 

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Adam/ CA

12 Handicap

Callaway Razr Tour 18 and 21 degree

Easy to get up in the air and land softly.


-Adam Younger

Instagram: @allstarfan52

YouTube: Mrallstarfan52

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Hope y’all enjoy the top equipment from Tour Edge. I’m still gaming the TE CBX119 hybrid from last year’s test.


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Driver: Tour Edge Exotics EXS w/Mitsubishi ck Blue regular shaft Fairways:  Cobra King F8 3W(14.5*) & 5W(18.5*) w/Mitsubishi ck Blue regular shaft Hybrids: Tour Edge CBX 119 4H(22*)  with Project X Evenflo regular shaft Irons: Wilson Staff D7 5 - PW w/Recoil 460 regular shafts Wedges: Wilson D7 GW(48*) & SW(54*) Cobra King F8 LW(58*)all wedges have Recoil 460 regular shafts Putter: 33" Bellum-Winmore 707 putter Bag: Cobra Ultralite Cart Bag(Peacoat Blue).

 

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Ralph/Ohio

Handicap 3.8

Hybrids in play: Cobra King F7 16 and 19 with Aldila Tour Green X Hybrid shafts.

The most important thing for me in a hybrid is trajectory and workability.  I want it to come in mid/high without ballooning and a neutral bias so I can work it a bit either way for long approaches or long par 3s.

Edited by sumadoggie

Srixon Z785 - Diamana X'17

Cobra King Ltd 3&5 Woods - Fujikura Speeder TR

Cobra King F7 16&19 Hybrids - Aldila Tour Green

TaylorMade UDI P790 2 Iron - PX 6.5

Taylormade P7TW DG Tour Issue X100

Scratch, 56, 60 - DG Tour Issue S400

Sigma Muziik LtdEd 2015 putter

Snell MTB-X 

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I'm in! 6.8 index currently.


King Cobra irons & hybrids, Cleveland wedges, Rogue driver & 3-wood, Spider Tour putter.

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Grant, Texas

6.8

Cobra hybrid

Workability.


King Cobra irons & hybrids, Cleveland wedges, Rogue driver & 3-wood, Spider Tour putter.

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Rob / Florida

10 Handicap

Current Hybrid in Play - Taylormade Rocketballz

The most important thing to me in a hybrid is that it’s got to be easier to hit and get up in the air than a long iron or a fairway wood. It truly must be capable of launching the ball high in order to hold greens. Hybrids have become my go to clubs on tight tee shots and many par 4 approach shots. It’s got to be stable and provide the utmost confidence that the ball will not excessively fade or draw. 

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Glen From Michigan

Handicap: 7.6

Current Hybrid in Play:Adams XTD Pro - 3 hybrid

What is the most important thing to you in a hybrid: easy to hit, but without a draw


Glen

From Michigan

Driver: Wilson C300 12* UST VTS Black 7X shaft

3W: Ping G410 with Ping Tour Stiff Shaft

5W: Maltbly Tour TC with UST V2 Shaft in Stiff

Hybrid: Adams Pro 23*

Irons: Hogan PTX

Wedges Cleveleand RTX3 CB 48* & Eidolon 51*, 54*, 57*

Putter: Edel Mallet

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