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My experience gaming clubs that were designed for my handicap range
So i am a low index player, and for the past couple of years i have been using clubs designed and marketed towards low index players. Basically they are forged cavity backs. Not too small a set, but not big either. On a scale of 0-10 with 0 being blades and 10 being a full set of Hybrids... the 2016 Apex Pros would be like a 3. They are essentially a nice feeling, forged set with a little bit of forgiveness.
These are aimed at guys like 0-10 type handicaps, because they offer a bit of forgiveness (which everyone can enjoy) but also slightly narrower toplines and soles, to aid turf interaction, cutting through rough, and some trajectory control. They also feel/sound great which is nice. I have found they have basically delivered on all of these things, which is nice for me as a player in their target segment who can make good use of these features
I have found choosing a set designed for my handicap range made a lot of sense. Has anyone else had similar experiences?
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