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Vincent / Nevada

GHIN 4.2

Callaway Rogue 19 deg

Being able to shape shots both ways when needed, having a shaft to match so I can feel the weight of the head during the downswing. I play a 19deg hybrid as I can hit it higher with more carry than I can a 3 iron. 

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Lance McKinney / Michigan 

12 Handicap

Mizuno CLK

Easy to hit, but also is versatile (can be used off tee and into the green)

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First Name / State of Residence: Aaron - Washington 

Handicap: 4

Current Hybrid in Play - Cobra Baffler 18* 

What is the most important thing to you in a hybrid - versatility. ability to shape it both ways, and control the trajectory of the shot. 

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Rob - NC

HCDP: 0.2

TaylorMade M6 22* w/ Graphite Designs UT85

I want my hybrid to go exactly the distance I need to fit the gap between my 5 wood and 5 iron. I also don't want it to go left!


My bag is a revolving door!

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Brian - Colorado

11

TM AERO BURNER 4H 22*

Need my hybrid to hit high/land soft 


GBB EPIC SZ 10*

ROGUE 15*

TM AERO BURNER 4H

TM TOUR PREFERRED MC

CALLAWAY MD Forged 52* 60*

TM Spider Tour X

 

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Matt / Wisconsin

13.2

TourEdge HL2 Stiff, 19*, Titleist H818 Regular, 21.75*

I want to be able to hit a consistent yardage working the ball in both directions. The HL2 is still in my bag because nothing's bested it yet in the versatility department.

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Steve from Fort Lauderdale, FL

Handicap 4

Current:  Titleist 816h1

What is the most important thing to you in a hybrid

Consistent repeatable ball flight 

quote:  that’s my favorite club in the bag

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Joe / Ohio

16

None - I go 4w-4i because hybrids I've tried overdraw/hook

That it doesn't go left (I'm a righty - and I fight a hook in driver and woods)

 

I have and use both Arccos and Skytrak and solemnly swear if I'm picked to bring my best swing, data and thoughtful attention to my review!

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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. 

Ro/boulder co

20.8

current hybrid, Taylor Made M6, 5 & 6

hybrids make it easier hitting out of thick rough or a fairway bunker.  I'm looking for good distance when using my hybrids especially if I'm sitting in the rough.

 

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Chris / California

Handicap: 13

Cobra Fly-Z+ hybrid

The most important thing a hybrid can provide me is the versatility of consistent ballflight and forgiveness from both the rough and the fairway.


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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First Name / State of Residence

Howard - The sunshine state

Handicap - 13

Current Hybrid in Play - Calloway XR -3,4, 5

What is the most important thing to you in a hybrid Consistency and forgiveness 

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Mark / Ohio

1.9

Titleist 818 H1 19 degree

The look at setup 

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Brandon / Ohio 

Handicap

+1 

Current Hybrid in Play

NA I play a Srixon 2 Iron 

What is the most important thing to you in a hybrid

Consistency and not feeling like it will go left on me


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John/ California 

Handicap 2 

Current Hybrid- Titleist 816 H2 

Most important part of the hybrid- playability from the turf and not hooking

 

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Daniel / Missouri 

8

Titleist 816 H2 19 degree with Fuji pro TS90 Xstiff 

i look for versatility of hitting the ball high and low. I also look for a fade bias hybrid. I can hook it with the best of them. 

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