Your thoughts about them in hybridsI'm looking to get a few hybrids in the next few weeks. Adams Pro Black to be specific. I want them to be direct replacements for the irons I am gonna swap them out for. I know that there are some great graphite shafts for hybrids out there, but I really like the weight of steel. I talked to a guy from Adams today, and he told me that they try to turn people away from steel because graphite shafts are really good these days, and with steel, swingweight becomes an issue.
I am planning on playing these hybrids at shorter lengths so I can keep consistent yardages with my irons. At these lengths, I don't think swingweight would be a problem with steel. And with steel, I think my yardage gaps would be a little more consistent. I am open to graphite, and Adams has several that they offer as a custom option.
What are your thoughts about steel in hybrids, and what graphite shafts would some of you recommend that have a faster transition in their swing? I'm looking for max accuracy, and some elevation to land the ball soft from over 200 yards.
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