4i vs 4U vs 4Hy

jbrunkjbrunk Members Posts: 614 ✭✭
Anyone else done this test? I put these clubs up against one another today on a launch monitor.

Callaway X-Forged 23° 4i Steelfiber i95

Callaway X-Forged 24° 4UT PX LZ 120

Cobra F6 23.5° 4-5Hy Red Tie HQ4

This is my transition point between woods-hybrids-irons. My scoring spikes up at this yardage too, about 180-185y. Solving this problem (while its too cold outside to play) should pay dividends this summer.

Yeah...results: I was overwhelmingly more consistent today with the 4i, longer too. Very surprised! Probably just the right shaft away from getting more out of the 4UT. But also interesting that I couldn’t get equivalent carry out of the 4Hy (which I’d gamed all of last season). They were all weak pushes, alas.

So what do you play? 4i, 4U, or 4Hy? How have you tested at your transition?
Cobra F9 1W Rogue MAX 65
Cobra LTD 3W Rogue MAX 75
Cobra F9 Tour 5W Rogue MAX 75
Cobra F8 4Hy 22° Rogue Pro 75
Callaway XF/MB 5i-PW Modus3 120
Mizuno S18 52° 56° 60°
Bettinardi iNOVAi 3.0 CS

Comments

  • jvincentjvincent Members Posts: 675 ✭✭
    4i here.



    I have enough CHS that I can get the 4i in the air with enough spin/height to hold most greens. It's also better at hitting low bullets under tree branches.

    Cobra F9 9* : Tour AD TP 7-S
    Cobra LTD set at 16* : Tour AD TP 8-S
    Cobra 3U set at 19.5* : Nippon Modus3 130-S
    Wishon 565MC 4-PW : Nippon Modus3 130-S
    Cleveland RTX3 50, 54, 58 : Nippon Modus3 130-S
    Piretti Potenza 370g : Breakthrough Technology Stability Shaft - 34"

  • joeferbjoeferb Members Posts: 319 ✭✭
    4i. Messed with a Apex UT 24 once. 4i is much better for my game. If you are only hitting it 185 you might want to look at decent angle and not just total distance.
    Taylormade M3 440 - 9* (-1) - Aldila NV 2KXV Blue 70 TX
    Callaway BB Alpha 816 - 14* (-1/N) - Aldila Rouge Silver 110 MSi 70 X 3.3 (Tipped 2")
    Taylormade M3 19* (-1) - Graphite Design Tour AD MT 7x
    Mizuno MP18 FliHi 19* - Steelfiber 110cw X
    Callaway '14 ApexPro - 4-5 - Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 120TX (4) 130X(5)
    Callaway XPrototype MB - 6-9 - Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 130X
    Taylormade EF Tour Issue - 47.9, 54.11, 60.7 - KBS Wedge 130x Black Nickel

    Scotty Cameron Newport MilSpec 350g (Raw)- 35.5" - Lamkin Deep Etched Cord
    Scotty Cameron Newport 2.5 Studio Select - 340g - 35.5" - Lamkin Deep Etched Cord

    Titleist ProV1

    Lamkin UTx Wrap Midsize (Blue)

    Ping 4 Series
  • MarkripMarkrip Boss fan 62 Members Posts: 1,614 ✭✭
    4 iron here. I played a 4H for a couple of years and it may of been a half club longer but I was way more accurate with the iron.
    Driver - Cobra F7
    3w- Adams Tight Speedline Super LS
    Hybrid - Cobra F8 19
    Irons- Adams XTD 4-PW
    Wedges- Tour Edge CB Pro 50, 54 , 58
    Putter- Tour Edge HP Series 01
  • farmerfarmer Members Posts: 7,977 ✭✭
    4 hy, no longer have the speed to get a 4 iron in the air. Hybrids are my friends.
  • ChrisO72ChrisO72 Members Posts: 63 ✭✭
    Love my 4 iron
    WITB:
    Ping G400Max 9dg Tour 65S
    Ping G400 2h Tour 85S
    Titleist AP3 4-GW TT AMT White X100
    Vokey SM7 50.08F, 54.08M, 58.08M
    Scotty Cameron Newport 2.5
  • ValtielValtiel Konica-Minolta Bizhub Members Posts: 2,283 ✭✭
    4 Utility/DI for me. As accurate as the 4i from my set and more forgiving. I don't start messing with hybrids until the 3i spot.
    Taylormade M1 430 8.5* Tensei Pro Orange V2 70TX || Titleist 915D3 8.5* Diamana Kai'li 80x
    Callaway XHot 3Deep Pro 14.5* Fujikura Motore VC 8.3 Tour Spec X || Nike SQ2 13* Diamana Blueboard 83x
    Nike Tour Issue SQ2 17* Diamana Blueboard 103x || SQ2 15* Diamana Blueboard 93x
    PING Anser 20* Aldila Rogue Black 110MSI 105h Tour-X || Taylormade V-Steel 21* Project X Rifle Satin 6.5
    Mizuno MP-H4 3i 21* Project X PXi 7.0
    Mizuno MP-H4 4i 24* Project X PXi 7.0
    Mizuno MP-59 4i-PW 24*- 48* Brunswick Precision Rifle FCM 7.0
    Vokey Mild Raw 8620 54* Brunswick Precision Rifle FCM 7.0
    Vokey  SM6 58* Oil Can Low Bounce K-Grind Brunswick Precision FCM 7.3 SSx1
    Vokey Special 62* Black Oxide V-Grind Brunswick Precision FCM 7.3 SSx2
    Scotty Cameron Santa Fe Bullseye shaft

    WITB Thread
  • jbrunkjbrunk Members Posts: 614 ✭✭
    Tried the XF 4UT again today, must’ve hit 50 shots on the sim after a round, just wasn’t working. Even when I got the BS up to 120mph (rarely), launch angle was too high. 168-172y carry just isn’t gonna cut it. This monitor doesn’t measure/calculate descent angle (or spin), but 12y avg roll out isn’t a good sign. If I want to land that short and roll it up, I’ll punch a 5 iron. Leaning toward carrying 4-5W 17.5°, 3-4Hy 20.5°, 4i 23°.
    Cobra F9 1W Rogue MAX 65
    Cobra LTD 3W Rogue MAX 75
    Cobra F9 Tour 5W Rogue MAX 75
    Cobra F8 4Hy 22° Rogue Pro 75
    Callaway XF/MB 5i-PW Modus3 120
    Mizuno S18 52° 56° 60°
    Bettinardi iNOVAi 3.0 CS

  • BohsauceyBohsaucey Members Posts: 118 ✭✭
    21* UT + 21* 7wood covers distances from 190-220. They are my 3-4-5 iron replacements.
    PING - G400
    TourEdge - XCG3 3w
    Nike - VRS Covert 5w
    PING - G30 7w
    Callaway - Apex UT 21
    PING - G400 6-PW
    Callaway - 54,60 MD4
    Callaway - PM 64
    Bettinardi - BB1
  • RuffingItRuffingIt Members Posts: 170 ✭✭
    4i still working for me. Its done well for me for advancing the ball looooow from the bushes, and staying under the 15-20mph wind.
    Ping G400 LST 8.5˚ (Kuro Kage Silver Tini X)
    Ping G410 3W (Ping Tour stiff)
    Ping G410 3 Crossover (Tensei CK Pro Blue 80)
    Nike VR Pro combo 4-PW (S300)
    Nike Engage 50˚ss, 55˚ss, 60˚ds
    Ping Karsten TR Anser 5 33"

    in rotation
    Nike Method Origin B2-01 33" / VR Pro ltd 5 wood (UST Mamiya VTS 85S silver)


  • gripandripgripandrip Members Posts: 1,004 ✭✭
    4i. I have yet to come to an agreement with hybrids. I tried a 3 hybrid, but still prefer the 3i.
  • PapaJohickPapaJohick ShortKnocker Bombs Charleston, SCMembers Posts: 4,529 ✭✭
    I have quite the conundrum with this choice. I hit the 4 iron well. Goes typically where I want it to, but it is a much lower flight and I know I am not going to get everything out of it. The utility works better flight wise but I usually don't hit them quite as well. Possibly due to the lighter head feeling? Im not sure.



    Hybrid gets me the height and typically the distance I need on well hits, but my misses are bigger left to right.... haha Im all sorts of effed
    Forever Changing at this point.......
  • J2puttsJ2putts Members Posts: 613 ✭✭
    4 iron ...possibly my favorite club in the bag. Have total confidence with it and it's great for hitting knockdown shots and laying up on par 5's.
    Cobra F9 9.0 PX Hzrdus Smoke 6.5
    Callaway XR16 Pro 3W 14.0 Fujikura Speeder 765
    Callaway XR Pro 2 Hybrid 18.0 PX 6.0
    Mizuno MP 18 Fli Hi 4 iron
    Mizuno MP 18 MMC 5 thru 7 iron
    Mizuno MP 18 SC 8 thru PW ( irons all PX LZ 6.0 120G )
    Callaway MD3 50 S Grind
    Callaway MD3 54 S Grind
    Callaway MD3 58 W Grind
    Oddysey Versa #9
  • nyjets1nyjets1 Members Posts: 617 ✭✭
    G700 4 iron. This is a must try club believe me.
    PING G400 MAX 10.5* UST VTS Silver Tour SPX
    PING G sft 3W 16* UST VTS Silver Tour SPX
    PING G 7W 19.5* UST VTS Silver Tour SPX
    PING G700 22* Recoil 95
    PING i210 5-PW (pwr spec) Recoil 95
    TITLEIST SM7 50*/F 54*/F 58*/L
    GUERIN Tour Spec GR3ss
    BRIDGESTONE B330 RXS
  • mootrailmootrail Members Posts: 500 ✭✭
    edited Feb 10, 2019 1:32pm #15
    I'm doing a similar test now, except one or two steps down. My 20° U45 3 is a tee club only and I'd call it about a 215 club. My Callaway 18° 816 5 wood is about a 215 club, but from the fairway and I've never hit it off a tee on the course. I always carry both and no longer even own a 3 wood. I just picked up a GAPR Hi 3 on a flyer which is 19°. I want it to be good, but it's going to have to be exceptional to knock out one and/or the other of my long clubs. I'm a Hybrid hater, but as a "hybridized" DI from Taylormade, I had to give it a try.



    As far as your test goes, maybe you're just a much better iron swinger, and like me, hybrids just don't cut it. And just to stir the pot, I don't see the need for 24° DI, ever. With the help and distance built into GIs and SGIs irons these days, a high lofted DI is pointless. My current set starts with a 24° 5i and it's shockingly long, so no surprise that your 4 iron beats out your one degree higher lofted DI, even with it's longer shaft.
  • ian-500ian-500 Members Posts: 782 ✭✭
    At the moment I game a 5hy, 3hy and a 1hy then driver....just more consistently straight with the 5hy than the equivalent iron. Tested them both on the range, course and LM.
    Cobra F9 8* + Fujikura Speeder XLR8 63 Tour x.
    Mizuno CLK 14* + Fujikura Pro 83h x.
    Mizuno CLK 18* + Fujikura Pro 83h x.
    Titleist VG3 Forged '18 4i - PW + Modus 105.
    Titleist Vokey Forged 50 + Modus 105.
    Callaway PM19 54/58 + KBS Hi-Rev 115 2.0.
    SeeMore SB1, Accra FX300.
  • C-radC-rad Members Posts: 2,621 ✭✭
    What would be the swing speed (driver) required to use a 4 iron?
    Titleist 915 d2
    Titleist 917 f2 18*


    PIng i25 hybrid 22* pwr 90

    project x L.Z 5.5:
    Bridgestone J15 cb 5-pw
    Nike engage 52 square,
    56 toe sweep
    60 dual sole

    Lajosi Dd201

    A dream bag
  • manima1manima1 Members Posts: 716 ✭✭
    4 iron is one of my favorite clubs in the bag, for whatever reason, I just got along with that spot.



    The 745 is more than forgiving enough to stay put in that spot, but could easily see myself using the U45 there as well. Just a bit more versatility with the iron version. The utility irons basically just want to fly high and that's it, really difficult to flight them down and just forget about it from any remotely difficult lie in the rough.
    M5 9.0 - Kuro Kage Dual Core 80tx tipped 1"
    '16 M2HL 16.8 tour issued deep faced - Fujikura 8.3 TS
    zU45 18 degree - S400
    z745 4-9 - S400
    SM6 46.08F - S400 Chrome
    SM6 50.08F - S400 Steel Gray
    SM7 54.10S - S400 Raw
    SM5 60.08M - Wedge Flex Raw Black
    Odyssey Tank Cruiser V-line
  • staysober for golfstaysober for golf Low carb guy Members Posts: 1,041 ✭✭
    4 and 5 game improvement irons for me. Super easy to hit and elevate just goes a little left when they are not happy but super long.
    7.8* 915 D3,  D+ 62  S. (45")
    14.2 * 915 FD, NV S. (42.7")
    19* 503H 80 NV S. (40")
    4i, 5i, 6i Epic, Stock S. 
    X2H Pro 7-PW, Stock S. 
    56* X forged, Stock S.
    Odys wide b/w s.
  • mcs4mcs4 South FloridaMembers Posts: 651 ✭✭
    I've never done it on a simulator, but I know from bagging multiple examples of all three types of clubs over the years that I perform noticeably more consistently with utilities versus the other two. The only option at this part of the bag I have not spent much time with is a super-GI style long iron.
    Cobra King F7 (Kuro Kage Silver TiNi DC 60, stiff)
    Cobra AMP 4w (Comp CZ)
    Mizuno MP-H4 3 iron (Aldila Tour Green 85)
    Mizuno MP-H4 4 iron (Steelfiber 95)
    Mizuno MP-25 5-PW (Steelfiber 110)
    Ping i E1, 50 deg. (Recoil 110)
    Nike Engage 56 deg. (Recoil 95)
    Nike Engage 59 deg. (Recoil 95)
  • GolfChannelGolfChannel Orlando, FloridaMembers Posts: 1,981 ✭✭
    When I am striking the ball well I prefer a 4-iron as I can shape an iron much better than a hybrid. The hybrid is great when I need something to aid my long game and I don't feel confident in terms of the swing I am currently making. The decision usually happens on the range pre-round and the ousted club goes into the truck for the day.



    I have tried the utility iron sparingly, but I've just never been able to figure out how to make it work for my swing. I am sure some dedicated range time with one is all that's needed, but it wasn't love at first sight.
    Driver: He who shall not be named...
    3 Wood: Callaway Rogue w/Project X Blue Evenflow 75
    5 Wood: Callaway Rogue w/Project X Blue Evenflow 75
    Irons: Ping iBlade Nippon AWT 2.0 Stiff
    Wedges: Callaway MD3 50, 54, and Honma TW737 Forged 62
    Putter: Original Odyssey White Hot XG No. 7
    Ball: Srixon Z-Star 2018 (Yellow)
  • ChipNRunChipNRun Members Posts: 1,430 ✭✭
    I have carried both the 4i and 4H in recent years, often in the bag together.



    Here are 4 irons in discussion:
    • Calla X20 Tour, 24*, shaft R.flex NS Pro 8950 GH (97 grams)
    • TM SLDR, 21*, shaft R. KBS Tour C-Taper 90 (~ 95 grams)
    • Tour Edge CB Pro Tungsten, 22*, shaft R. KBS Tour 90 (101 grams parallel)


    Here are 4 Hybrids in discussion:
    • Adams V4, 22*, shaft R.Bassara R.flex (65 gram)
    • Cobra FlyZ 4-5H, set at 22*, shaft Matrix VLCT Altus Lite (75 grams)


    First of all, the 4H pair are both traditional hybrids - not iron replacement. This means they have shaft lengths between fairway woods and numbered irons.



    On 4 Hybrids: Adams V4 had lots of offset and delivered left misses at the wrong time. The FlyZ is set at 22* - minimum loft for the head - so it delivers a slight fade from a square stance. From a closed stance I can usually draw the ball.



    Overall impressions: The 4Hs fly about a club longer, and are the more versatile club. The 4 irons, however, launch lower, tend to fly straighter and are teebox life-savers on those tight little par 4s from ****. Also useful on almost long par 3 holes where a 4H will blow you over the green and into the twilight zone.



    Also, from a tee, the SLDR and CB Pro fly almost as long as the hybrid. 4i not as consistent from the fairway. (If I keep the CB Pro 4i in the bag, I may reshaft it to lighter weight graphite, as a semi-hybrid).



    Where I get true overlap is the 7W and 3H. Pretty much the same distance. The 7W launches higher out of summer rough, while lower-launching 3H helps beat winter headwinds.



    4i average = 175 / FlyZ 4H average = 185.

    _________________________________

    *Being I am 68 and have 90 MPH driver CHS (on good days), I have not really considered driving irons.
    What's In The Bag *...

    Driver: Calla XR16 Pro 10.5° (set open) / Fuji Evolution II TS Speeder 665 R-flex 63 gr.
    FWs: Tour Edge XRail 4W + 7W / GraphiteDesign G60 R-flex 60 gr.
    or Calla Alpha 815, set 16° + 20° / Fuji Motore Speeder 665 R-flex 62 gr.
    Hybrid: Cobra FlyZ 3H 19° + 4H 22° / Matrix VLCT Altus Lite flex 73 gr.
    Irons: Tour Edge CB Pro Tungsten 4i - PW** / KBS Tour 90 R-flex 101 gr. (As of 21 Nov 2018)
    Wedge: Calla MD3 48°/8.SS + 54°/12.WS +
    MD.PM 60°/10  | KBS Tour R-flex 110 gr. |
    Putter: Slotline Inertial SL-583F / 34" w. SuperStroke 2.0 MidSlim grip
    Bag: Sun Mountain Three 5 stand bag
    Ball: Calla SuperSoft
    * Either 7W or 3H left out, depending on course.
    ** Wedges: 46°and 48°are competing for bag space.
  • Z1ggy16Z1ggy16 Members Posts: 7,502 ✭✭
    I've done similar test but in the 3i slot.



    TLDR; if you strike them all very well, there only main difference should be flight. Hybrid will spin the most with the most speed... the traditional iron will spin the least with the least ball speed with a driving iron somewhere in the middle. Most courses I play tend to be soft, so I would usually favor a hybrid, maybe even a 5w if it's not super windy out. Only one course I play can it get some what firm, in which case the 3i is the play, with more run out available.
    WITB
    OG Epic Sub Zero HZRDUS Smoke 60 6.5
    LTD Tour Blue 75X
    Rogue Tour Blue 85x or 818H2 Tour Blue 85x
    P790 4i Modus 120X
    P770 5-PW Modus 120X
    Stealth 2.0 50/10SS AMT Wedge
    Stealth 2.0 54/12SS AMT Wedge
    Hi-Toe 58 Modus 125 Wedge (Stealth 2.0 58/10SS for spring & fall)
    Sigma 2 Tyne
    ProV1x
    Sun Mountain 4.5 Bag



  • jah7838jah7838 Members Posts: 1,048 ✭✭


    I have quite the conundrum with this choice. I hit the 4 iron well. Goes typically where I want it to, but it is a much lower flight and I know I am not going to get everything out of it. The utility works better flight wise but I usually don't hit them quite as well. Possibly due to the lighter head feeling? Im not sure.



    Hybrid gets me the height and typically the distance I need on well hits, but my misses are bigger left to right.... haha Im all sorts of effed




    Have you tried a hybrid with the same steel shaft as your irons? I have an s300 in my 23* Super 9031, and I can't find a club that I can hit as consistent as it. I have no problems hitting it low or high when needed. I've tried some DI and other hybrids, but I just keep coming back to the Super 9031 after a round or two.
    WITB
    Driver: 9.5* M3 Attas Elements MK 7s
    Fairway: Cobra F6 Baffler set to 16* with Nventix Nunchuk
    Hybrids: 19* Adams XTD Super Hybrid Black Tie 95g S / 18.5* RBZ Stage 2 S300, 23* Adams Super 9031 S300
    Irons: 5-PW Fly Z+ DGTI S400
    Wedges: 50*& 54* TM Milled Grind Standard Bounce, 58* Mid RTX 4. All wedges have DGTI S400
    Putter: Kingston KP1 Carbon Oil Can Finish
  • lil'mikelil'mike Members Posts: 1,292 ✭✭
    edited Feb 11, 2019 12:35pm #25
    I carry both, the 4i and 4H. They both get used quite often but the 4i I like off the tee vs the 4H off the fairway or rough! The irons have steel shafts and the hybrid has graphite of course so two different clubs for sure!



    I also just picked up a 3HL which is the hybrid iron from an old Ping set of G2's with a steel shaft that I want to hit this year to see where it may fall in the bag setup/yardage makeup!
  • PapaJohickPapaJohick ShortKnocker Bombs Charleston, SCMembers Posts: 4,529 ✭✭
    jah7838 wrote:



    I have quite the conundrum with this choice. I hit the 4 iron well. Goes typically where I want it to, but it is a much lower flight and I know I am not going to get everything out of it. The utility works better flight wise but I usually don't hit them quite as well. Possibly due to the lighter head feeling? Im not sure.



    Hybrid gets me the height and typically the distance I need on well hits, but my misses are bigger left to right.... haha Im all sorts of effed




    Have you tried a hybrid with the same steel shaft as your irons? I have an s300 in my 23* Super 9031, and I can't find a club that I can hit as consistent as it. I have no problems hitting it low or high when needed. I've tried some DI and other hybrids, but I just keep coming back to the Super 9031 after a round or two.




    That’s a good point. Never really thought about it haha
    Forever Changing at this point.......
  • MelloYelloMelloYello Upstate, SCMembers Posts: 3,465 ✭✭
    I agree that a 4Hy can be helpful in getting the ball up but I rarely hit my 3- or 4- into a green outside of the occasional long Par-3.



    Thus, I carry an iron, more specifically a T-MB which is sort of built like a driving iron but still compact in terms of looks.
    Driver: TaylorMade M3 (10.5) w. Tensei Pro Orange
    Fairway: Titleist 915 F (18) w. Diamana Blueboard
    Hybrid: Tour Edge Exotics E8 (19)
    Irons: Titleist 716 CB (4-Pw)
    Wedges: Vokey SM6 52-F / 56-F / 60-S
    Putter: Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Select
  • jvincentjvincent Members Posts: 675 ✭✭

    jah7838 wrote:



    I have quite the conundrum with this choice. I hit the 4 iron well. Goes typically where I want it to, but it is a much lower flight and I know I am not going to get everything out of it. The utility works better flight wise but I usually don't hit them quite as well. Possibly due to the lighter head feeling? Im not sure.



    Hybrid gets me the height and typically the distance I need on well hits, but my misses are bigger left to right.... haha Im all sorts of effed




    Have you tried a hybrid with the same steel shaft as your irons? I have an s300 in my 23* Super 9031, and I can't find a club that I can hit as consistent as it. I have no problems hitting it low or high when needed. I've tried some DI and other hybrids, but I just keep coming back to the Super 9031 after a round or two.




    That's a good point. Never really thought about it haha




    Using the same shaft as your irons is something I have been doing for a while now and it makes a world of difference in consistency.



    Unless you are looking for a distance club, i.e. not looking for a normal distance gap from your last iron, using the same shaft is probably the most correct thing to do.

    Cobra F9 9* : Tour AD TP 7-S
    Cobra LTD set at 16* : Tour AD TP 8-S
    Cobra 3U set at 19.5* : Nippon Modus3 130-S
    Wishon 565MC 4-PW : Nippon Modus3 130-S
    Cleveland RTX3 50, 54, 58 : Nippon Modus3 130-S
    Piretti Potenza 370g : Breakthrough Technology Stability Shaft - 34"

  • BenkrossBenkross 1200 Rounds, Zero Aces Brooklyn, NyMembers Posts: 674 ✭✭
    Went from 4i AP2 to 4i TMB. 4h would likely go too high for me. The TMB is great. Launches high with good spin. I can't really use it as a tee club bc it sounds too much for that
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