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Mike, Connecticut
Index 6.1
Currently 3 hybrids: Titleist H1 17, H2 19, H2 23 
Hybrid Characteristic? Multipurpose: tee / rough / around green 

 

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Abel / Oregon

12 hcp

19° Adams, 22° M4, 25° GaPr HI

Having good distance control and controlling flight


Love the life

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Brian / California

21

Callaway XR 3*4

Consistency and ease of making good contact 


Driver : :callaway-small: Rogue SZ Evenflow 6.0 Stiff

Hybrids: :callaway-small: XR Project X Stiff (3&4)

Irons : :callaway-small: Mavrik True Temper Elevate 95 Stiff Steel (5-PW,AW)

Wedges : Bombtech 52,56,60

Putter : :taylormade-small:Spider Red

Bag : Datrek lightweight cart bag

Ball : :callaway-small: Chromesoft Truvis / Taylormade TP5 Pix

Rangefinder : TecTecTec DXLS

SoCal, USA

Right handed HDCP 20

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Pat - Washington, DC

12

Currently playing a Adams 4 hybrid, and a Cleveland M3

What I like about my hybrids and would be looking for in the future is the ability to hit a lot of different shots, high and soft, lower driving shot off the tee etc.

Thanks and would love to take advantage of this offer.

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Chad / Pennsylvania
8.5 handicap
No current hybrid
I have always had a hard time with hybrids because I am a normal right-to-left player and couldn’t control them. A hybrid that is non-draw biased intrigued me a lot. I would like a hybrid in the 17-18 degree range, so it’s above my 3 iron and below my 3 wood. Want to fill the 205-240 gap I currently have.


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download.png.70f309c82ad44a20c4a21dd4294734cf.png  Mizuno ST180 driver, Fujikura Atmos Blue 5S shaft

download.png.70f309c82ad44a20c4a21dd4294734cf.png Mizuno ST190 3 wood, Fujikura Atmos Blue 6S shaft

download.png.70f309c82ad44a20c4a21dd4294734cf.png  Mizuno MP18 SC 3i-PW, KBS Tour 120 stiff shafts

2138902261_download(1).png.0e0a650bda5b8e1a6fe2a4edb16a8902.png Titleist Vokey SM7 F grind 50*-08* wedge flex

2138902261_download(1).png.0e0a650bda5b8e1a6fe2a4edb16a8902.png Titleist Vokey SM7 S grind 54*-10* wedge flex

2138902261_download(1).png.0e0a650bda5b8e1a6fe2a4edb16a8902.png Titleist Vokey SM7 K grind 58*-14* wedge flex

logo-odyssey-large.png.894494de72a9c099d23487b6db206247.png Odyssey Stroke Lab Marxman

srixon.png.a2032b0f711ea5613d687757a5449e64.png Srixon Z-Star/Z-Star XV balls

unnamed.jpg.b462311d1bccd433919659e8932db7ea.jpg Ping C-4 Hoofer stand bag

RIFE---RIFE---CABINET-GRAPHIC.jpg

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Posted (edited)

Neil Meredith  Birmingham, UK, hdcp 18

Yes please as I can't hit my low irons as I'm not that long off the tee.

Edited by Neil Meredith

I work for a luxury car firm in solihull England UK (jaguar Land rover)

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Ed/ Virginia

15 HC

Current is Callaway X-ray 16 19 degree

Most important thing for me is consistent contact and ball flight especially in tough lies.

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Would love to test as I don't have any clubs at the moment after a couple bad rounds sold them on eBay😂

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Scott / Georgia

5.1

Original Callaway Apex 4 Hybrid (23 degrees)

Most important thing for me in a hyrid is that it gaps well as an iron replacement for loft of the iron I am taking out of the bag in favor of the hybrid. 

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Mike/ Dallas 

Handicap 14

Shooting an old Wilson pro staff at 17°

Consistent contact and ability to shape shots in the 200 yard range 

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Warren / Michigan

10.6 handicap

Callaway XR OS 3, 19 degrees, ADDI 7x

Consistency - often rely upon on dog legs, lay ups, and when my driver gets a little loose.

Thank you for the opportunity!


WITB 2019

 

Driver - [NEW] Mizuno ST190, Atmos Black 6x, adjusted to 8.5 degrees

3 Wood - Callaway Alpha 816, Graphite Design AD-DI 7x - 15 degrees

Hybrid - Callaway XR OS, Graphite Design AD-DI 7x - 18 degrees

Irons - Adams CMB, KBS C-Taper - 4 iron - GW

Wedges - Scratch, KBS C-Taper - 53, 58

Putter - Taylormade TP Ardmore Red Limited Edition - 34 inches 

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Grant from California

9.7 handicap

Callaway Apex 19 Hybrids, 18 & 20 degrees

Most important factor is ability to get up in the air and land more softly than long irons.


Callaway Epic Flash SubZero Driver & 3 wood with EvenFlow Black 6.0 shafts

Callaway Apex 19 2 & 3 Hybrids

Srixon 565-765 Irons 4 - PW DG AMT White S300 shafts

Ping Stealth Wedges 50-54-58 DG S300 shafts

Odyssey Stroke Lab 7 Tuttle Putter

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Matt Levine, California

8.5

Callaway Rogue

Most important thing for me is ease of use. I want to be able to hit my hybrid high and soft.


Golf, surf, snowboard, wash and repeat!!

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Charles/Illinois

18

None

Being able to hit it, not top it. 


-ckeller52
 
What's in the bag? This is....
IRONS         default_callaway-small.jpg.8d98a06e9125f12a694e88ffcbab3e58.jpg  Apex 19 5-AW NIPPON NS950 S
3 & 4 Irons   Maltby TS-1 Forged NIPPON NS950 S 
WEDGES      PING   Glide 2.0 Stealth 54° & 58° SS
DRIVER       default_taylormade-small.jpg.8a4a9b2a2fac6fe087f1c8c5cb704dbe.jpg  M6 FUJIKURA TSG PRO XLR8 61 S
3 WOOD      default_taylormade-small.jpg.8a4a9b2a2fac6fe087f1c8c5cb704dbe.jpg  M6 OBAN ISAWA RED 75 04
HYBRIDS     cobra King F9 Speedback 3&4  KBS TOUR HB GRAPHITE 75 R
PUTTER      Evnroll-01_1.jpg.c44279091062836814d5f5119fc252ea.jpg ER2cs 370gr The Stability Shaft
Lamkin       Sonar+ Tour Calibrate Standard Golf Grips
I also use Garmin Approach S62 and TecTecTec Range Finder.
And a SkyTrak launch monitor for the three times a week or so I hit the mat. 

 

 

 

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This is an awesome opportunity.  I'm not going to apply, only because I'm not willing to take my TE CBX 119 hybrid out of the bag!  Anyone looking for an anti-left "players" hybrid is doing themselves a great disservice if they're not checking out Tour Edge.  Good luck to everyone who applies!


Driver: :honma:TR20 460, Vizard 60g Stiff

FW: :tour-edge: CBX 119 3w, 15,  Project X Evenflow Blue 75g Stiff

Hybrid::tour-edge:CBX 119 3H, 18, Project X Evenflow Blue 85g Stiff

Driving Iron: :mizuno-small: MP-20 HMB 3i, UST Mamiya recoil ES 780 F3

Iron: :mizuno-small:JPX 919 Forged 4- GW, Project X 6.0

Wedges::vokey-small:SM7 54 S Grind, 58 M Grind

Putter: :EVNROLL: ER2B 

:SuperSpeed:

Tested the Honma TR20 460 driver

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19 hours ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

Mark - New York

4.2 hdcp - 70 yrs old

Ping G400

Most important - feel.  currently play Exotics driver and 3 wood
 

 

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19 hours ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

Testers Wanted (4)

One of the most frequent complaints you hear from better players about hybrids, is that they are "hook machines" no matter what some players just can't keep them from going left-for right handed golfers.  While hybrids and their natural tendency to go left is a blessing for most high handicappers, it can be a big turnoff to the better player, and keeps them from putting a higher lofted club in their bag for those long approaches. 

The compact head and deep face design is the preferred shape for better players and helps with a penetrating flight.  To fine tune in your flight, the hybrids come with two adjustable weights a 5g and 20g weight that can be positioned for maxim fade or draw bias depending on your preference. 

Perhaps one of the most unique things about this line is that it comes in single lofts all the way from 16 to 22 degrees, so you can really choose the ideal loft for the gap you are looking to fill, as most companies offer them in 3 or 4 degree gaps.

 

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How To Apply

Per the OEM's instructions, this testing is open to Right Handed golfers that reside in the United States

In a post in this thread please provide the following information...AND DO NOT QUOTE this post when replying!

First Name / State of Residence

Handicap

Current Hybrid in Play

What is the most important thing to you in a hybrid

That's it. Good luck to everyone.

We'll be selecting the testers sometime in the next week. 

Great opportunity, good luck everyone.


2020 Bag Boy Chiller Cart Bag Official tester

MGS Hard Rock Challenge

100 swings challenge

MGS Fantasy football league

Driver :titelist-small:  - TS2 10.5*, Hybrid   :titelist-small:  - T-MB 716 3 Iron, Hybrid   :titelist-small:  - T-MB 718 4 Iron, Irons:   :titelist-small:  - AP1 714 5 to PW, Wedges  

:vokey-small: SM4 48*, Oil Can 52*, SM5 56* and SM6 58*, Putter   :titelist-small: Deadcenter SP-209, Ball   :titelist-small:  ProV1, :Arccos: Smart Sensors

Shoes:a couple :footjoy-small: A couple of:nike-small: A couple of Adidas ,   Yeah I have a shoe addiction.

Right Handed, Southeast Michigan

Honk If you see these plates around. 

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I'm always driving around Michigan. 

The Ohio and Pennsylvania's turnpike as well as around Baltimore, Maryland. 

Grip it and rip it my friends. 

 

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Charlie from California 

13 handicap 

I don’t play any hybrids. Instead I play fairway woods 

playability from the rough

 

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