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2020 Official Member Review: Ben Hogan Golf ComPany-VKTR+, UiHi and GS53 FW


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On 1/7/2021 at 7:19 AM, ncwoz said:

I wonder how much might be attributed to a poor shaft fit. I suppose that in and of itself might be a lesson learned if folks are interested in this club to try and get fit to it before. This is definitely my biggest hesitation in fully trusting DTC clubs, not being able to get them fit makes it a bit of a crap shoot. And not having a ton of shaft options doesn't help a ton either. Luckily the purchases I have made haven't bit me in the butt, but I'm sure at some point it may.

I will say that the shaft isn't a perfect fit, but it should allow me to be competitive.  I made sure to look up the shaft before the review since there was only 1 specific option.  

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With any of my clubs, I always start by narrowing down the heads first and then use shafts to fine tune.  I could definitely get spin down a bit to get maybe 5 or so more yards, but not 30.  I would have also thought it would be able to keep up a little better with the other 3 woods I put it against to try and find the right target market for this 3 wood since all of those were random X flex shafts.

I think the biggest factor with this club is the weight of the head itself.  I weighed my SIM this morning and it is 210 grams exactly.  The GS53 came with a sticker showing 214.8 grams, so almost 5 grams heavier.  Which if you think about it, I see performance differences when I move a 1 gram weight in my PXG driver.  Looking at the sole of the 3 wood, I would guess most of the weight is in the back where I circled creating extra spin/launch.

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Driver: Taylormade SIM2
3 Wood: Taylormade SIM
3 Utility Iron: Srixon U85
4i – AW: Taylormade P760
SW: Vokey SM7 M Grind
LW: Cleveland RTX 4 X-Low
Putter: Ping Vault Oslo

 

 

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On 1/5/2021 at 2:45 PM, goaliewales14 said:

@longdrivenate - Do you think your utility iron performance would have improved with a graphite shaft?  If you look at most utility irons (my Srixon U85 included) they all have graphite, or some sort of hybrid shaft.  

Yes. Noted in my review as well. 

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Review will be coming up soon... not going to be glowing. With the 20-30 mph winds in Bandon the confidence was not there to use the UiHi, I think I used it on one hole and it did no go well! Lol but not much was going well that day. Stay tuned!!


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:cleveland-small: RTX Zipcore 48* 54* 58*

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On 1/6/2021 at 9:20 PM, goaliewales14 said:

I understand where you're coming from and that's why I reached out to the Mods personally regarding how to approach this review after my range sessions.  I have no problem shooting horrific scores on courses, but with it being high's of mid 30's, the courses are closed.  My approach with this review, as with the all of the reviews I've done, is to provide an update after a few months with the club.  It allows me to take a step back and find a better approach.  I can find those weird warm weather days when I can sneak on.  Then I can also have more buddies hit it when we're out having fun rounds.

With not getting on the course, that's why I spent texting buddies within the golf industry who are independent fitters trying to find the proper market to help redirect this review.  If I was able to find a really good comparison, then they could have helped me with a demo club to take on the course when they open back up and put them head-to-head.  Each one of them hit this club and were as lost as I was on how to play it.  No one never expected to see up to a 30 yard drop off in performance from my SIM.  I also couldn't believe that my U85 could keep up with Hogan stride for stride as a 20* club.

Ok good, I’m glad it wasn’t just a quick flip, and that you’re actually still messing with it...

 

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2 minutes ago, Sluggo42 said:

Ok good, I’m glad it wasn’t just a quick flip, and that you’re actually still messing with it...

 

100%!  It's sitting in my bag just waiting for warmer weather.  I also have connections in Ohio to get onto a GC Hawk as soon as I can make the trip.  

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3 Wood: Taylormade SIM
3 Utility Iron: Srixon U85
4i – AW: Taylormade P760
SW: Vokey SM7 M Grind
LW: Cleveland RTX 4 X-Low
Putter: Ping Vault Oslo

 

 

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Heading down to Florida on Saturday so next week so I should be able to get some rounds in with the hybrid where it isn't 40 degrees and super windy. Looking forward to seeing how it performs in a more "normal" golf scenario opposed to the November/December Chicago rounds I put it through for my official review.

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On 10/30/2020 at 6:20 AM, goaliewales14 said:

Ben Hogan GS53 Fairway Wood – Official MGS Forum Review by Goaliewales14 (Mike Wales)

Intro

Hey fellow spies!  Goalie here with another review!

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I’d like to start off by thanking MGS and Ben Hogan to allow me to take part in this review!  For those who don’t know me, my name is Mike and I’ve been golfing for 6 years.  In those 6 years, I’ve dropped to a 14 handicap and shot my first 80 this year.  I also had a 9-hole round of +1 in an outing!

This review is my first ever experience with any Ben Hogan clubs.  When signing up for this I chose the utility iron and 3 wood as my top 2.  I don’t use hybrids anymore as I typically hook them and I’m not able to move them like I want.  For the courses I play, a 3 wood is a position club off the tee.  I rarely will use it to go for a green as I’m looking for about 260-270 yards out of it.  My 20* driving iron goes about 240 and my driver about 290-300.  I would want this club to fill that gap.  I’m also looking for accuracy.  I’m using this club to find fairways when it’s too tight or to layup to a number on the shorter par 4’s. 

First Impressions

When I first unboxed this club, I was very pleasantly surprised.  I purposefully stayed off all reviews before the club arrived to make sure it was a true first impression.  The only picture I saw was the one on the Ben Hogan website.

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The headcover is a beautiful white leather with a small red line running diagonally across it.  It is a very light headcover when I compare it to the leather that I have with my PXG, but it will protect the club and look good doing it as long as you can keep that white clean. 

The Ben Hogan website describes the look as classic, and I will definitely agree with that.  Their direct quote is, “Even the classic, elegant crown is free from any cosmetic distractions and the sole has been kept clean to ensure clean turf interaction.”  I will disagree with Ben Hogan that cosmetics on the crown distract the player.  If you look at most woods, there is something drawing your eye to the center of the club to help with alignment and strike.  I believe the GS53 could benefit from something like that.  I will also state most consumers look for some sort of visual technology as a reason why this club is better than the rest.  That can even be as simple as a carbon crown.  Hogan wants clean turf interaction, but if you look at Cobra, they have the baffler technology that helps that interaction.

If you’d like to see the complete unboxing video, you view it below.

https://youtu.be/T5zUSXmVSkE

 

Grading

Looks (6 out of 10 points)

As I mentioned above, I’m really missing some visible technology, or even something as simple as an alignment mark on the crown.  You can see below that a lot of clubs in the GS53’s category all have that mark. 

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The GS53 is also smaller compared to the others in its category.  I do love that look as long as the forgiveness is there.  A lot of consumers would like a larger head to inspire that confidence.  It’s like when you look down at an iron that’s a blade vs. super game improvement.

 

Sound & Feel (4 out of 10 points)

Throughout this review I’ve mentioned that this club has no “pop” off the face.  You can hit a solid shot and have it sounds very very dull.  It almost sounds like something is wrong with the club.  One of the employees at the PGA SS hit it and wondered if the face was cracked because of how weird the sound is hitting this club.

As I mentioned in the unboxing, the GS53 felt heavier than my Taylormade SIM.  Looking up that specifications for the GS53, it comes in standard at a D4 swing weight.  Taylormade comes it at D3, Ping at D1, and Marvik Max at D3.  This is the heaviest club I’ve hit in a fairway wood.  I would wonder if using a counter-balanced shaft to help offset that swing weight would be the way to go.  I really like the stock, Tensei shaft, but D4 seemed heavy.

 

Basic Characteristics (8 out of 20 points)

When I first heard I was going to be testing the GS53 3 wood I was very curious how this club would stack up against my Taylormade SIM.  I would argue that the SIM is the #1 3 wood on the market right now.  I did dial back my SIM to match lofts with the Hogan as I wanted a fair comparison.

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In that comparison, the SIM beat the Hogan by 20 yards on average.  Top distance vs top distance, the SIM won by 30 yards!  Then when I put my SIM at its fitted setting, I gain a few more yards and accuracy.

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After seeing this discrepancy, I sought out to find a better comparison among the major OEMs.

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The GS53, again, is the bottom of the leader board when it comes to distance due to extremely high spin numbers.  To be fair, Hogan’s website states, “They were engineered to provide incredible, dependable accuracy first and foremost.”  While you can see some of the hits above are offline to the left, all of those clubs offer adjustability to help that.  You can turn it down a few degrees while opening the face.  With the GS53 there is NO adjustability.  You can see in the first chart, I struggled getting close to the target line.  Every shot kept going left.  On mishits, I did not find the GS53 near as forgiving as the others I tested against it.  If you look at the Cobra Big Tour and Mavrik Max, those clubs have the extra CC’s to help max out that forgiveness.  The GS53 still maintains that players profile.

 

On-Course / LM Performance (N/A out of 30 points)

After seeing the performance on the launch monitors, I could not take this club to the course.

 

Miscellaneous (10 out of 10 points)

The speed of the shipment was great!  It took about 2 weeks, which most manufacturers are having supply issues due to COVID, that was an extremely quick turnaround.  The box was also probably in the best shape of any golf package I’ve received.

 

Play it or Trade it? (0 out of 20 points)

I would trade it.  As I mentioned, I couldn’t even take this club to the course due to the launch monitor performance.  I’m honestly struggling to find the category of player that this club fits.  I have spoken to multiple fitters regarding this club, and they are evening struggling to find the market.  If it were to compete in the game improvement/super game improvement category, majority of those consumers will be wanting a lighter weight club.  If you go to the players category, with this club reaching 4,000+ spin, that makes this club unplayable for that category.  Without adjustability, Ben Hogan is reducing that consumer base even further.

 

Conclusion

I was very excited to try this club since I’ve never had an experience with any Ben Hogan clubs.  After hitting the GS53, I would leave it on the shelf.  I struggled with consistency due to no adjustability.  The spin numbers were off the charts for a 3 wood being above 4,000.  Those spin numbers are also keeping the GS53 from getting close to any other 3 wood in terms of distance.  I wish I could say that this club doesn’t fit me, but if you’re XYZ type of player, it would be great!  Even after seeking insight from multiple fitters, everyone seems at a lose for whom this club would be best suited for on the course.

Final Score: (28 out of 70 points)

Sounds like you might have had a faulty club based on the sound? Seems like most testers described the sound differently including myself.

Driver : :taylormade-small: SIM2 Max 9* MC Kuro Kago Silver 60 Stiff

Woods : :benhogan-small: GS53 3 Wood 14* Mitsubish Tensei Blue 73g Regular

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

Irons : sub70logo.png.3c207e4e90c1eeca7b9a917b5fa4b848.png 699 Pro Black 5-AW 1* flat KBS Tour V 90 Stiff Shafts 

Wedges : File:Kirkland Signature logo.svg - Wikimedia Commons 52, 56, 60 

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Still hoping for warmer weather to give mine a fair shake. 

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7 hours ago, golfish! said:

Sounds like you might have had a faulty club based on the sound? Seems like most testers described the sound differently including myself.

Sound is also something that's extremely subjective to each person.  It could be that I'm wanting a different sound than everyone else.

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3 Wood: Taylormade SIM
3 Utility Iron: Srixon U85
4i – AW: Taylormade P760
SW: Vokey SM7 M Grind
LW: Cleveland RTX 4 X-Low
Putter: Ping Vault Oslo

 

 

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7 hours ago, goaliewales14 said:

Sound is also something that's extremely subjective to each person.  It could be that I'm wanting a different sound than everyone else.

Also very true!

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Woods : :benhogan-small: GS53 3 Wood 14* Mitsubish Tensei Blue 73g Regular

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

Irons : sub70logo.png.3c207e4e90c1eeca7b9a917b5fa4b848.png 699 Pro Black 5-AW 1* flat KBS Tour V 90 Stiff Shafts 

Wedges : File:Kirkland Signature logo.svg - Wikimedia Commons 52, 56, 60 

Putter : :taylormade-small:Spider Red

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Ball :  :taylormade-small: TP5 PIX (2019) | Screen-Shot-2017-07-20-at-7_24.05-AM-300x118.png.9f1c4cb1d62511ee40a05bd6d5795f97.png ProV1x (2021)

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Review is live people!! Powered through this while my Rams fell apart this afternoon.  It was a good distraction.

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I just wanted to thank all the testers for their work on these reviews.  Unfortunately I found some of the same issues that you all did.  Because I had a good experience with the VKTR hybrid (except that it launched a little low but it was definitely anti-left and felt nice), I called Ben Hogan about the new version.  They assured me that it would launch higher than the original while still retaining the attributes I liked.  Sold!

While talking to them, I mentioned that I was looking to replace my 5 wood which is 13-14 years old.  My concern with many of the newer ones is that, while longer, they do not spin very well which leads to some inconsistent results for me.  I was assured their 5 wood would maintain spin and would be longer than my old one due to the flex face.  So I also bought that - I am a big supporter of the more off the beaten path companies.

There was some truth in advertising.  Yes, the VKTR+ was still anti-left and felt nice.  It did not however launch any higher than the original (I had Trackman numbers for both).  The 5 wood looked and felt great and did spin plenty.  It was, however, shorter than my 2007 Burner 7 wood and only marginally longer than my 22* hybrid.  Turned out to be an expensive lesson - lost $150 on resale even though the clubs were almost brand new.  

 

 

 

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Hi all, brief update: 

The Hogan is still in the bag...but the Hawkeye is back too. I'm honestly getting more roll out and driving power with the Callaway, and this GS53 is playing an almost 5 wood type role. This thing SPINS. I honestly think it's not as long due to the tendency the club has to balloon. The flight is fairly high, all things considered, and good backspin on a solid strike really oulks the ball up. It is very consistent in that if I hit it good, it's going to drop in a 15 yd circle which makes laying up to hazards or attacking a pin less nerve-wracking. 

Honestly I think I love this shaft more than anything. I'm looking at one for my driver because it feels so good. Hogan definitely offered supreme shaft options and while the club is performing differently than I expected, it has really been a good overall experience and I'm definitely interested in giving the driver a try. 

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Quick update : The BH 3W is still in the bag. I am finding opportunities to hit it off the deck on approaches to short par 5's. Still haven't made an eagle chance yet but I am keeping up the practice on the range and on the course to get my confidence up. Still getting about 225 off the tee and hoping to get at least that much off the deck with additional roll out. Ball flight on well struck shots is definitely still on the high side.

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Driver : :taylormade-small: SIM2 Max 9* MC Kuro Kago Silver 60 Stiff

Woods : :benhogan-small: GS53 3 Wood 14* Mitsubish Tensei Blue 73g Regular

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

Irons : sub70logo.png.3c207e4e90c1eeca7b9a917b5fa4b848.png 699 Pro Black 5-AW 1* flat KBS Tour V 90 Stiff Shafts 

Wedges : File:Kirkland Signature logo.svg - Wikimedia Commons 52, 56, 60 

Putter : :taylormade-small:Spider Red

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Hey Spys, sorry I haven't posted anything new for the UiHi recently. The weather here has been super crappy!!!!! But on the bright side my buddy just finished his garage hitting area, some of you may have seen it on here. I have been wanting to get some swings on it anyhow to give me some more ammo for the boss lady to let me build one as well. So hopefully in the next week or so I should be able to get up there and get so swings in. 

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2020 TESTER Ben Hogan UiHi 18* Utility Iron

Driver:     - Anser - 8.5* - Fujikara Red Blur 005 XStiff - Standard L/L

3W:     - SQ Sumo - Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana Stiff - Standard L/L

Hybrid 3:     - Machspeed - UST Mamiya AXIVCore XStiff -Standard L/L

Irons:      - Idea Black CB3  4-GW - KBS Tour Stiff+ - Standard L/L

Wedges:    - Vokey 52*, 54*, 60* - True Temper Wedge - Standard L/L

Putter:     - Versa Blade - 35in

Ball:      NXT Tour

Bag:  - Ultra Light Cart Bag  

Loc: USA/MD

Handicap: 13

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I will also apologize that between work and weather I haven’t been able to get enough swings in with the UiHi to write up my report. Hope to resolve that in the next couple of weeks.


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Driver:   :srixon-small: z785 10.5 - Miyazaki Kaula Mizo 5 R-flex

Fairway:srixon-small: f65 15* and 19* - Miyazaki Kaula Mizo 5 R-flex

Irons:Hogan: PTxPro 4-PW - UST Mamiya Recoil 780 F4

Wedges: :taylormade-small: HiToe 50*-54*-60* stock steel shafts

Putter:  :taylormade-small: Spider Tour Red Sightline - double-bend black steel 34"

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So, I have swapped out the shaft in the UiHi and noticed a significant difference the performance, I went with and heavier graphite recoil shaft and was able to get a better sense of how the club can perform. I still stand by my review. I do not think Ben Hogan can call this club a utility iron, it’s really just a cavity back. Don’t think I’ll be gaming this thing. Hit me up if anyone wants to try it.


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:callaway-small:Mavrik 4W - 16.5*

:titelist-small: 818 H1 19* Hybrid 😍

:Sub70: 699U Pro 3 iron 

:Sub70: 699 Pro Black 5-PW

:cleveland-small: RTX Zipcore 48* 54* 58*

Putter:

:taylormade-small: Spider Tour Black on Black on Black

or

:Sub70: Sycamore 005 Wide Blade Putter

or

Tommy Armour No. 3 Impact Arm Lock 38"

Ball: :titelist-small: . Pro V1 

Currently testing: Sub 70 848 Pro Driver 

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Here are some pics
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:cobra-small:  Speedzone White 10.5*

:callaway-small:Mavrik 4W - 16.5*

:titelist-small: 818 H1 19* Hybrid 😍

:Sub70: 699U Pro 3 iron 

:Sub70: 699 Pro Black 5-PW

:cleveland-small: RTX Zipcore 48* 54* 58*

Putter:

:taylormade-small: Spider Tour Black on Black on Black

or

:Sub70: Sycamore 005 Wide Blade Putter

or

Tommy Armour No. 3 Impact Arm Lock 38"

Ball: :titelist-small: . Pro V1 

Currently testing: Sub 70 848 Pro Driver 

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attached is video for sound purposes.  I think it tells the story of what a ball being hit by the club sounds like.  I know there have been discussions about feel and sound.  Hope this helps.

https://studio.youtube.com/video/4qScxmQ9Yxo/edit

 

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:cobra-small:             F7+ w/Fujikura Pro XLR8 Graphite Shaft

Ben_Hogan_Golf_Equipment_Company.jpg.b9602c912623c841ad9ad52593c15dee.jpg                3-I  MPF H-Series3B2M graphite Shaft w/Winn Dri-Tac grip mid

MALTBY.png.a2a7b0f0659df827f6200a68ab77f34c.png            STi   Irons 5-SW   KURO KAGE  70IR Flex-R  Lamkin Grips

 :cobra-small:             King F6 Hybrid Matrix Red Tie HQ4 Graphite Shaft

MALTBY.png.a2a7b0f0659df827f6200a68ab77f34c.png           Forged FGT  60* wedge KURO KAGE 70R SS cross Comfort grip

:odyssey-small:           O-Putter 1W

                        

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Hey all, if anyone wants to try out the UiHi is up on the BST page. I’m only looking for what I paid for the new shaft and grip. Let me know if anyone it there wants to give it a try!


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:cobra-small:  Speedzone White 10.5*

:callaway-small:Mavrik 4W - 16.5*

:titelist-small: 818 H1 19* Hybrid 😍

:Sub70: 699U Pro 3 iron 

:Sub70: 699 Pro Black 5-PW

:cleveland-small: RTX Zipcore 48* 54* 58*

Putter:

:taylormade-small: Spider Tour Black on Black on Black

or

:Sub70: Sycamore 005 Wide Blade Putter

or

Tommy Armour No. 3 Impact Arm Lock 38"

Ball: :titelist-small: . Pro V1 

Currently testing: Sub 70 848 Pro Driver 

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