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My apologies if this duplicates an existing thread, and if so I'd request a mod to integrate them. Thanks

I was looking for a 24* hybrid in senior flex and after virtually comparing several decided on the Mav Max 24* from Callaway Preowned, the currently sale is damn tempting. 

With my main goals being first distance and second accuracy, was this my best choice? 

Yes, best choice would be go to a fitter yada yada yada. Only asking about the club and whether or not it's the best option for my stated goals.


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Wishon clubs, Odyssey CS stroke lab putter

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Probably not a bad choice for you, old buddy!  I’ll send you a private email with some additional thoughts.


Driver: Ping G425 Max, 9*, Miyazaki  Kuala Mizu Tour Issue 6S, 44.75" playing length

4-Wood: Titleist TS2, 16.5*, Miyazaki Kuala Mizu Tour Issue 7S, 42.75" playing length

5/7-Wood: Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero set to 20* loft; Tensei Blue 75-S, 41.5" playing length

Hybrids: Exotics EXS Pro (22*), Mitsubishi Tensei Silver 75S

Irons: Exotics EXS220 5-iron and New Level MODB-1 (6-iron through PW), KBS TGI Tour 80 (stiff) shafts

Wedges: New Hogan Equalizer wedges (48* and 56* + Maltby TSW Forged 52-8, all bent 1* weak

Putter: Evnroll ER2, 34”with Gravity Grip

Ball: Snell MTBx



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2 hours ago, funkyjudge said:

Probably not a bad choice for you, old buddy!  I’ll send you a private email with some additional thoughts.

Thanks my friend. Hope we can get out soon.

Wishon clubs, Odyssey CS stroke lab putter

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Something else to look at on Callaway preowned. If you shop the women's hybrids and/or fairway woods, like the epic or big bertha line, you can get dirt cheap hybrids and separately buy the mens shaft which just screws right in, for sometimes cheaper than the men's hybrids. My wife uses senior shafts and I was able to get three hybrids for her in January with separate bought men's shafts and saved a bundle. Also 2 for me. The heads are exactly the same. Right now, a lot of the like new were demos that were never hit last year due to covid.  In any case, if I go to sell the hybrids, I can sell either way to men or ladies as I have both shafts. 

I bought a Epic 5 wood and heaven wood last year doing the same thing. Saved about $50 per club.

This won't work with the Maverick line as they aren't adjustable.

You virtually have to shop everyday to find a deal. I shopped most of January for the hybrids I bought.

Make sure to get the correct shaft type. Today womens BB19 5 hybrid $46-61 and 40 inch UST Mamiya Recoil ZT9 470 Optifit 3 Fairway Shaft $60. Normal 5 hybrid shaft is 39.5 inch.image.png.1d7b665c0e0c87e884c8c7a031852117.png 


Driver: Callaway Epic 9 degree, stiff

FW: Callaway Epic 3,5,7 regular shaft (driver shaft in 3 wood, 3 wood shaft in 5 wood, 5 wood shaft in 7 wood)

Hybrids: Callaway BB19 4,6,7 

Irons: Callaway Steelhead 7,9,PW (gapping distances require both a 7 hybrid and 7 iron, choke on the 7 for 8 iron distance or hook the 9 iron)

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM6 50,54,58

Ball: Titleist Pro V1, 1X, Vice Pro Plus or anything I find that day and try out for the fun of it (I haven't bought balls with my own money in at least 10 years)

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