Search for the holy grail fairway woods

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I have space for 2 clubs between my driver and 21 degree hybrid. Driver is a G410 LST 10.5 with a Fuji Speeder 661 Evo IV X. I love absolutely everything about this combo and it’s probably the best club in my bag. I’m around a 160 ball speed guy, so most drives end up in the 280 range, but I will have a few each round that roll to over 300. There are only 5 holes on my course where it is safe to hit driver those distances due to the fairway becoming a ribbon or extensive fairway bunkering. My ideal 3 wood would be almost exclusively a tee club. I am a solid player, but if I miss with a wood, it will be toward the toe and hooking. I’m thinking a 5 wood for my next club down because I haven’t gotten along well with hitting low lofted hybrids high enough to hit them a repeatable distance that’s not dictated by roll. 5 wood would be a par 5 attacking club exclusively with some tee off duty on short par 4s. My 21 degree hybrid is a Titleist TS3 with a Fuji Atmos TS Blue HB 8X. Normal shot would be 220 carry.

I cannot stand clubs that look closed at address. 

I need some forgiveness, mostly toe side.  I don’t like tiny heads.

The 3 wood will be used mostly from the tee and 5 wood will be used mostly from the fairway. 

I have hit the F9 5 wood and found it easy to hit, but spinny and hard not to hook. I imagine the Speedzone is very similar.  Not interested in the Speedzone tour due to the small footprint Big tour has me interested, though I wish the loft was a bit higher.

The shallow face on the G410 concerns me a little bit on the 3 wood, but is an advantage on the 5 wood. I have some concerns about the G410 sitting closed at address and having to loft down to open the face , then having the 5 wood go too far. I do like the forgiveness though. 

The upright lie angle and possibly getting a head that sits closed concerns me with the SIM Max 3 wood. Is there any way to bend it flatter or open? The deep face on the SIM Ti 5 wood concerns me unless the V sole really helps. 

The TS2 is a bit of a sleeper that I don’t know as much about. I like the overall shape and adjustability. I like matte black, so I’m not a fan of the glossy crown. I feel like it is maybe a bit shorter than the others with slightly higher spin. 

I don’t like the shape of the face on the Mizuno.

The Mavrik sub zero is too compact and the standard Mavrik sits closed to my eye.

For shaft, I’m thinking the Fuji Speeder 757 EVO IV or VI in S flex since Fujis get stiffer as the weight class increases. I hear the EVO VI is based off the EVO IV I love in my driver, but slightly easier to load.

Thanks for listening.

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Ping G410 LST 10.5 Speeder 661 Evolution IV X
Cobra Big Tour 13.5 3 wood Ventus Blue 7 X
Titleist TS2 17 degree hybrid HZRDUS Smoke Black 80 S
Titleist TS3 21 degree hybrid @ 20 Atmos TS Blue HB 8 X
Ping i210 5-9 Power Spec Steelfiber i110 S hardstepped
Ping Glide 2 Stealth SS 45, 50, 55, 60 KBS 610 Wedge 120 S
Ping Sigma G Ketch B
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  • PineTopPetePineTopPete Members  11WRX Points: 64Posts: 11 Bunkers
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    3 wood huh…The TaylorMade 2016 M2 is a pretty good place to start your search.

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  • Golf64Golf64 Go Habs Go! Ontario, CanadaMembers  8432WRX Points: 464Handicap: ScotchPosts: 8,432 Titanium Tees
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    The G410s should do the trick?! They have a flat setting if you are worried about 'hooking' them!? I have the LST, which is a bit smaller then the reg. one and have no issues with it. Very playable and plenty forgiving!

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  • hoosier84hoosier84 Members  33WRX Points: 21Posts: 33 Bunkers
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    You may want to give the TS2 a shot. I played it yesterday (3 wood) for the first time. I do have trouble hooking woods. It wasn't as bad yesterday, but still going a bit too much left and then I pulled out the tool and switched it from the default to the B-1 flat setting. Maybe it was psychological, but it Immediately helped.

    I tend to balloon my woods and irons (swing flaw) and wasn't doing so with the Smoke Black 6.0 shaft, which felt pretty smooth. Going to now get the 4 wood of this and do a bit of a battle of the bag. And experiment using the 4 wood shaft in the 3, so I can play the 3 wood at 42.5". Shortening my driver length really helped me a couple years ago. Curious to see the differences between the 15* and 16.5* heads at the same 42.5" length with the Smoke.

    This has been a spring for me to mess with fairways and 2/3 hybrids. I have been trying the Cobra F7 woods since the F7 3/4 and 4/5 hybrids earned a spot in my bag earlier this year. But they may sit a tad too upright for me.

    Right now you can get a pretty good deal for a used TS2 on 2nd Swing. Use the Titleist coupon code they have at the top of the page.

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  • Argonne69Argonne69 Members  23483WRX Points: 7,416Posts: 23,483 Titanium Tees
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    If your 3 wood is going to be used exclusively for tee shots, then why not go with a deep face 3w or mini driver? I never hit my "3W" off the turf, so I went with a mini driver. I have an older TM Aeroburner, but a Callaway 3Deep would be an option, as well as the newer TM Original One.

    I had the same issue with my G400 5 wood, so I swapped it for a G400 7 wood, and delofted it. That opened the face a bit, and still kept the distance slightly less than a standard 5w.

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  • YuckYuck Fore! Members  2659WRX Points: 294Posts: 2,659 Titanium Tees
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    I always was very picky about fairway woods and do not like closed faces. Until a couple months ago I played a 15 degree TEE CB2 I have had well over 10 years. Recently I picked up a like new Epic flash sub zero 3 wood. Worked out very well. If it is too low spin for you the weights can be reversed. I liked it so much I ordered a 5 wood, which I have not bagged since my wood club days. You can pick up a like new from the Callaway preowned website right now for about $120. Cheap experiment if it does not work out.

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  • dwh24dwh24 Members  164WRX Points: 36Handicap: 10Posts: 164 Fairways
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    @PineTopPete beat me to it. The 2016 M2 fairway is unreal. Distance is almost as long as my driver, can shape it easily both ways and amazing off the tee and turf. I'm a lefty and tough to find but I will play the 2016 M2 until I can't find them anymore.

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    Driver: TM M6 9* Fuji Atmos Black 7X
    Fairway: TM M2 16' Fuji Atmos Black 8TX
    Hybrid: Callaway Apex 19 (20 degree) GD AD DI 95X
    Irons: Titleist AP2 716 (4-PW) TT X100
    Wedges: Titleist SM7 50, SM6 56/60
    Putter: Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 (34")
    Ball: ProV1x
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  • driveandputtmachinedriveandputtmachine 4 wedges or 2 iron? That is the question! Members  1440WRX Points: 269Handicap: 0.0Posts: 1,440 Platinum Tees
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    To be honest I had the best luck with a 4ish wood, opened way up. I have a M3 HL, playing it at 42.5" and it is licked down to lower. It works well off of the tee and works well off of the ground as well. If you think the M2 HL down at lower on the adjustment looks closed, then your eyes are broken.

    I also have a Speed Zone 4 iron ordered at 18* with a Catalyst graphite shaft in it. It will go high enough to hold most greens, but it can also be played low to run out. I use this club a ton off of the tee at my club. We have 27 holes and each nine averages 3350 from the back tees. I am similar to you in ball speed, club face location miss, and the fact I hate to miss it left.

    I rarely hit the 4 iron other than off of the tee on a bunch of the par 4's or maybe into the green on a par 5.

    You may not like the SGI irons, so the m3 HL down from 17 to 15, makes it open, so no issue there. That will probably fit your bill better than almost any club. As far as a 5 wood, you will need to find one that is 20+ degrees so you can open it so it won't look closed.

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    Driver - TM SIM on Chrome Elements
    Fairway - TM M5 on Project X HZRDOUS Yellow
    Irons - (4 -6) Cobra Speed Zone on Project X Catalyst 100
    Irons (7-W) Cobra Forged Tour on Project X Catalyst 100
    Wedges - Cleveland CB2 50* and 54*, Cleveland RTX 4 58* and 62* all on UST Recoil 110
    Putter - Mannkrafted MA/66 or Sunset Beach Ocean Isle on UST F FIlter or Taylormade Spider
    Ball - Srixon Z Star or Z Star XV
  • asumnerdawgasumnerdawg Members  397WRX Points: 107Posts: 397 Greens
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    Look at Tour Edge Exotics. I’m still gaming a 2013 cb pro. They produce some of the best fairway woods on the market

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    Driver: PING G410 LST 9 w/ EF Black 6.5; Cobra LTD PRO w/ Speeder 661 iv and Cobra F8+ with Evenflow Blue 65 6.5
    3wd: TEE CB Pro 14.5 Speeder 757 stiff; 
    5wd: Cobra F6 Baffler set at 17.5; Titleist 915 2H
    3H- Titleist 915 2H dialed up in loft to 19; Ping G with Evenflow Blue 85 6.0
    4 iron: G400 Crossover; G400 green dot CFS stiff, It's stamped 5 iron but power spec at 22* I use it as 4 iron; N/A
    5-PW: Ping i15 green dot AWT stiff; PXG 0211 w/ Elevate Tour VSS Pro stiff
    52/12 F: Vokey sm8 2 up; 52/12 F Vokey SM7
    58/12 d: Vokey sm8 2 up; 58/12 d Vokey sm7 
    Putter: Taylormade Spider Platinum; Ping Anser Milled 5; Nike Method Matter B2-05
    Ball: Wilson FG Tour
  • KevCannonKevCannon ClubWRX  440WRX Points: 184Handicap: 1.5Posts: 440 ClubWRX
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    Callaway Epic Flash sub zero. It has the adjustable hosel, where as the Maverick is bonded, not sure what you prefer. For me flash sz has been a game changer. One if the best if not the best off the tee, can still hit it easily off the deck. Adjustable front and back weight ports where huge for me. Allowed me to tinker and get launch/spin where I wanted, ended up with 10 grams in each port (play shorter length 42.25”). The face shape is angled and is bigger on toe side. Absolutely worth checking out.

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    Callaway Apex hybrid 18 degree  w/ GD tour AD IZ 85x
    Callaway X Forged 4 - PW  w/ Project X 6.0
    Titleist SM7 50-F, 54-S, Callaway MD4 58-X  w/ Project X 6.0
    Toulon San Diego putter
    Srixon Z Star XV ball
  • enfuegoenfuego Members  136WRX Points: 69Posts: 136 Fairways
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    the m2 will probably be similar to the sim max the OP mentions at around 60* lie angle. The EFSZ starts very flat around 55* with one upright lie setting getting it to 57-58* and isn't too small of a head. The EFSZ feels the best but the lie angle didn't work for me as I'm taller and prefer something like an m2.

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  • driveandputtmachinedriveandputtmachine 4 wedges or 2 iron? That is the question! Members  1440WRX Points: 269Handicap: 0.0Posts: 1,440 Platinum Tees
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    The M3 HL is 58.5 and you can go 3* open at 58.5 lie. If having the face be open, or an appearance of open is required, then 3* open at 58.5 is about as fade biased as you can get and if you square it up then the 16.5 loft goes to 15*.

    I found the M2 to be a tad more upright than I liked, but it wasn't horrible.

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    Driver - TM SIM on Chrome Elements
    Fairway - TM M5 on Project X HZRDOUS Yellow
    Irons - (4 -6) Cobra Speed Zone on Project X Catalyst 100
    Irons (7-W) Cobra Forged Tour on Project X Catalyst 100
    Wedges - Cleveland CB2 50* and 54*, Cleveland RTX 4 58* and 62* all on UST Recoil 110
    Putter - Mannkrafted MA/66 or Sunset Beach Ocean Isle on UST F FIlter or Taylormade Spider
    Ball - Srixon Z Star or Z Star XV
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  • ronstarsronstars Location = NorCal Members  1642WRX Points: 267Posts: 1,642 Platinum Tees
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    And a great place to end your search. Thing is a cannon and so easy to hit.

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  • GehlyGehly ClubWRX  2072WRX Points: 165Posts: 2,072 ClubWRX
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    go with mini-driver like the OO in 13.5* (or just skip it altogether and go to...

    a PXG gen2 18* opened up and cranked down degree or two in flat setting

    (i may have that 5 wood I'd sell with couple different shaft options if interested...just PM me)

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  • ValtielValtiel Konica-Minolta Bizhub Members  3572WRX Points: 1,610Handicap: 1.7Posts: 3,572 Titanium Tees
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    I went on a similar search with a lot of the same criteria as you and with a similar (toe) miss.

    For me, the first that had to work was appearance at address. It had to look right and it had to sit right, otherwise nothing else really mattered, so that seems like a good place to start since you also seem to be sensitive to that. From there it was all about the spin window it was hitting. I play my 3-wood as a pretty exclusively tee based club as well for right to left shots and I needed the spin to stay within a fairly tight window, otherwise that toe miss can turn in to a hook big time. I found Titleist to be the best in these two regards. They sat more neutral to my eye and the Surefit allows me to tweak that open without rotating the hosel since bumping the loft down use the inner adjustment ring. Shallow faces are actually your friend here as you will tend to get much less spin variation based on strike, a god send for someone with a toe miss. From there I got lucky in that the feel/sound was perfect me as well, but that of course will be subjective.

    You'll need to get your hands on a bunch of different options to try because no perfect 3-wood exists on paper, ya gotta get your eyes on em'. I think the TS2 is definitely worth a deeper look as are the Ping options you mentioned.

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    Titleist 915FD 15* Kuro Kage 80XTS || Taylormade RSI UDI 16* Fujikura Motore Speeder HB 9.8 Tour-Spec X
    Titleist 915FD 18* Kuro Kage 90XTS || Titleist 818H1 18.25* Diamana Kai'li s103x Prototype 
    Callaway X-Forged UT 20* Kuro Kage XT 100TX Hybrid
    Callaway X-Forged UT 23* Brunswick Precision Rifle FCM 7.0
    Bridgestone J40 DPC 5i-7i 27*- 35* Brunswick Precision Rifle FCM 7.0
    Bridgestone J40 CB 8i-PW 39*- 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 Rifle FCM 7.0
    Vokey Special 61* Black Oxide V-Grind Brunswick Precision Rifle FCM 7.0
    Scotty Cameron Newport Tour Red Dot

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  • Man_O_WarMan_O_War Members  3645WRX Points: 616Posts: 3,645 Titanium Tees
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    cobra f9/SZ

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    Ping G400 8.5 LST Ozik F6M2/EVO III FUJI
    Cobra LTD PRO Ozik TP6HD

    Cobra F9 Avalanche 3/4 Atmos 7
    Cobra F9 Avalanche 5/6 Atmos 7
    TM Mid_Rescue TP 22*
    Ping iBlade 3-pw DG XP S300/Original Nike Blades 3-PW s300
    RTX 3.0 50, 54, 58 Modus 120
    TM Spider DJ Sightline Black Tour Spider 
    2020 TOUR B XS
  • gentlesgentles Members  2085WRX Points: 231Posts: 2,085 Platinum Tees
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    3 wood - consider the cobra ltd or big tour sz - both slightly larger profile heads which can be opened up. 5 wood I would check out the f6 baffler - it's an oldie but a classic for a reason.

    Smaller head designed to be hit off the ground. If you went for the ltd and baffler I bet you could find both heads for less than $150 total no problem.

    Exotics CB pro another good 3 wood option

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    2019 Apex 3h DG 105 X100
    Callaway X Utility Prototype 24* DG AMT X100
    Taylormade P770 5-P DG AMT x100
    Vokey SM7 50-F 54-M 58-D DG S200
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  • cw1209cw1209 Members  150WRX Points: 64Handicap: 5Posts: 150 Fairways
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    I would vote for the Cobra SZ Big Tour 13.5 and SZ Tour 17.5. I had the F9 14.5* fairway and found it to be spinny/hook prone as well. Most of that was due to the upright lie angle. SZ fairways are all more flat than the F9 series. The SZ shape is great and the tour fairways don't have the yellow strips on the crown either, which is a plus for me.

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    Cobra SZ Big Tour 13.5* w/ GD AD TP 8X
    Callaway Apex 20* w/ GD AD IZ 95X
    Mizuno MP 20 MMC 4,5 w/ Project X 6.5
    Mizuno MP 20 6-P w/ Project X 6.5
    Titleist Vokey SM8 50F,55D,60M w/ Project X 6.0
    Taylormade TP Juno
    Taylormade Spider Tour Black

  • serveitup911serveitup911 Members  598WRX Points: 109Handicap: 3Posts: 598 Golden Tee
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    I appreciate the input so far.

    I did not notice that the Speedzone fairways were more flat than the F9s.

    I also didn’t know that shallow faces had less spin variation. That would lead me to the G410s because I hate hitting one bomb and then a spinny riser.

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    Ping G410 LST 10.5 Speeder 661 Evolution IV X
    Cobra Big Tour 13.5 3 wood Ventus Blue 7 X
    Titleist TS2 17 degree hybrid HZRDUS Smoke Black 80 S
    Titleist TS3 21 degree hybrid @ 20 Atmos TS Blue HB 8 X
    Ping i210 5-9 Power Spec Steelfiber i110 S hardstepped
    Ping Glide 2 Stealth SS 45, 50, 55, 60 KBS 610 Wedge 120 S
    Ping Sigma G Ketch B
  • hagimihalehagimihale Members  169WRX Points: 102Posts: 169 Fairways
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    Additional feedback on the TS2 (and other Titleist fairway woods). If read enough detail on Surefit, you find that when you adjust from the default (A1) setting to C1, you are setting it flatter and lowering the loft by 0.75*. In theory this deflofting also adds to the fade bias, based on their chart and the detailed reading I've gone through.

    Side benefit: when you deloft, the ball will impact the face just a bit higher than it would otherwise, leading to launch #s that are higher than if you just started with a club at the new loft to begin with.

    TXG did a good study on this, taking 2 fairway woods (15* and 16.5*, I believe). They increased the loft on the 15* and decreased the loft on the 16.5*, so that both played at 15.75*. The 16.5* gave better numbers because of the ball impact higher on the face.

    I don't know if the same logic applies with other brands. But it might be worth checking out.

    FYI I will be exploring this option myself: getting a 16.5* TS2, delofting to 15.75*, moving the weight in the head to fade bias, and playing a power fade off the tee.

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    Titleist 917F2 15*, Diamana B-series 80S

    Titleist 818H2 19* Tensei Pro White 90S

    Titleist 818H2 21* Tensei Pro White 90X

    Mizuno MP-54 4i, 6i-PW, Dynamic Gold X100

    Mizuno S18 50* 54* 58* Dynamic Gold S400

    Scotty Cameron Select Fastback

  • Carl Spackler3Carl Spackler3 Members  1225WRX Points: 387Posts: 1,225 Platinum Tees
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    you could pick up a pair of ping G or G30 for an absolute song, they will be as good as anything mentioned, I'm not even crazy about Ping products, but they are seriously the biggest no brainers in my bag. High straight long no matter what swing you put on it

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    Ping G 3 W
    Ping G 5W
    Ping G25 Hybrid
    Mizuno JPX 900 hot metal 5-GW
    Vokey 52-08 sm4
    Vokey 56-14 sm6
    Odyssey White Hot RX2 ( but it better be careful)
  • Mattn1106Mattn1106 Members  172WRX Points: 53Posts: 172 Fairways
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    Since hitting the Cobra F7 fairways when they first came out, I have yet to find something remotely close to replacing them in my bag

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    Epic Flash should be adjustable to fit your needs. Best wood I’ve hit.

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    Ts3 13.5 would be a great tee club

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  • dwh24dwh24 Members  164WRX Points: 36Handicap: 10Posts: 164 Fairways
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    Completely agree! I'd get rid of everything in my bag before I would change my 2016 M2 and I hated three woods prior to the M2. Absolute bomb off the tee, easy to hit off the turf. It's so long that most people get the 16.5.

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    Driver: TM M6 9* Fuji Atmos Black 7X
    Fairway: TM M2 16' Fuji Atmos Black 8TX
    Hybrid: Callaway Apex 19 (20 degree) GD AD DI 95X
    Irons: Titleist AP2 716 (4-PW) TT X100
    Wedges: Titleist SM7 50, SM6 56/60
    Putter: Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 (34")
    Ball: ProV1x
  • Bob PegramBob Pegram Members  5WRX Points: 22Handicap: 4.0Posts: 5 Starters
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    For years I used Zero Tolerance fairways made by an engineer who was a golf nut, but went out of business a long time ago. They worked well except for the standard lies being too flat which made me struggle to keep shots from going right. Recently switched to 816 Alpha DBD fairways. I set them at Draw which really means 2 degrees upright. My shots to the right went away. I can hit greens on par 5s with them - extremely accurate and long. Same shafts as the Zero Tolerance heads - I moved them over. They are old Penley Graphite Lite shafts cut down from long drive lengths. They are marked **** flex, but play about the same as X flex. Maybe because the 3 wood is 45 inches and the 5 wood is 44 inches. I was able to get the swingweights back down where they should be by changing the sole weights. They are the same as the Fusion driver weights. I won't be switching from these for a long time. Matching driver works great too. I removed the weight entirely from the driver. It is 47 inches and standard lie.

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  • leec4571leec4571 Members  253WRX Points: 86Posts: 253 Greens
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    i really like the rogue fw's have both 3&5 with OG blueboard 83 stiff shafts

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  • Patrik1982Patrik1982 Members  73WRX Points: 44Posts: 73 Bunkers
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    Cally 816 sounds like a great match!

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    Callaway Alpha 816 16 deg w Hzrdus Red 75
    Cobra King Utility OL 2-3 w AMT White
    Miura CB57 5-pw w Nippon 130
    Vokey SM7 50F / 54S / 58S / 62M w Nippon 130
    SC Futura 6m or Bettinardi Antidote 2 or Ping Ketsch or...
  • cardoustiecardoustie haha, we don't play for 5's Tasmania to CanadaMembers  13802WRX Points: 2,633Handicap: 0.9 >< 3.8Posts: 13,802 Titanium Tees
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    g400 stretch or 2016 Callaway GBB three wood

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    Ping G400 3w 13.9* Blueboard OG 63x
    Ping G400 5w 16.5* Blueboard Ion 73x
    Ping G25 7w 20* Whiteboard 83s
    Callaway Apex 4h 23* GD Tour AD DI 95x
    Callaway Apex 5h 26* GD Tour AD DI 105x
    Callaway Apex UT 27* Aldila NVS105x
    Ping Blueprint 6 - PW UST Recoil 110
    Vokey SM2 50-54tvd-59tvd DG s400 onyx
    Callaway PM grind 64* s400
    Piretti Matera Elite torched

  • sailfishchrissailfishchris Long Island NYMembers, ClubWRX  1103WRX Points: 291Handicap: 4Posts: 1,103 Platinum Tees
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    Wasn't it Duffner's Waggle who went and had an epic 3 wood search a couple of years ago? All I remember was how many he tested and sold on BST

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    Ping G400 14.5 Tensei Pro Orange 80 TX
    Mizuno JPX 919 Tours 3-PW Super Peening Blue X
    Vokey SM6 raw 52, 56, 60 DGTI-s400
    Byron Morgan Proto DH89
    TPX5
    Jones Utility Trouper-Carry
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  • adl300adl300 Members  22WRX Points: 43Handicap: 3Posts: 22 Bunkers
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    3 wood is a personal search but I find that proper swing weight and a shaft will do wonders.

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