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The Raylor intrigues me, have of you guys hit it yet, or even seen it in person. I haven't heard or seen much hype around them so I figure they must be getting close to dropping the price on them. Thought I might be able to pick one up cheap, but would like to hear at least a couple of opinions on them first.

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Haven't hit it, but I've seen it. More compact head than most, which I really like.

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I like the look of it, and like you, I am waiting for it to come down in price.

 

 

That makes 2 of us. I like the deep face and compact head. The problem is the shafts lengths are really long. A reshaft with a heavier shaft will probably be the first move.

 

They do look like they won't work on hardpan though. Sort of like a high bounce wedge, that sole looks like it will clang straight up off rock solid turf.

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Long shaft made me look elsewhere. So many solid wood offerings right now.

For me, the smaller head was not as attractive either. Need a bit larger to feel more confident.

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Long shaft mage me look elsewhere. So many solid wood offerings right now.

For me, the smaller head was not as attractive either. Need a bit larger to feel more confident.

 

 

I hit it at the outdoor Golfsmith range when I was shopping 3 woods and hybrids. They had a used one for a great price at Gsmith compared to the new price. However, I opted for the newer Cobra Baffler and the Nike Dymo 3w. I was much more consistent and confident with those two clubs.

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Too add to this, I didn't like the fact that it's a utility/hybrid with a FW wood headshape (although smaller than most FW woods)

 

I prefer my hybrids in the teardrop or smaller headshape. I for some reason had a hard time hitting it clean off the mat. It worked out great off the tee. It's pretty interesting though, for it being a newer TM club with unique technology, it hasn't gotten much fanboy press.

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I have hit and I loved it. Super long off and super easy to hit. I was worried about the club head size, but this club is fantastic. The only problem I had was the longer shaft caused for a few adjustments, but all in all it is a solid choice for a hybrid,

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