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  1. Looking for a sim max 5 hybrid with stock shaft stiff flex.
  2. And nothing any commentator says or player they try to emulate will change that.
  3. Nobody on tour is a short hitter. It’s hard to put a percentage on how hard someone swings because if you actually go at a ball 100% you’re gonna be hard pressed to make decent contact let alone maintain balance. Going at a ball as a hard as you can while maintaining balance might be 100% for someone and 75% for someone else.
  4. You're right. It’s not about distance for the average hack that plays courses with 450 yard par 5s and rarely a par 4 that sniffs 400 yards long. If someone isn’t smart enough to take comments on tv with a grain of salt and able to discern on what they need to do to improve their own game that’s on them. That’s why some people never improve and never will.
  5. Yep, all elite athletes should play at half speed.
  6. That sounds like something that someone that couldn’t hit it as far as BD but wanted to would say.
  7. The “80s and 90s shooter” is responsible for their own game and how they go about playing their own game. The commentators aren’t responsible for what anyone does.
  8. Speaking for premium urethane covered balls I will say yes. I’ve played every version of the chrome soft, ProV1, TP5, project a, and tour response and I’m convinced that every yellow version spins a bit less than the white version.....which isn’t terrible for me. Distance wise haven’t noticed any discernible difference though. As for the cheaper non urethane balls I can’t say one way or the other.
  9. yep GO VOLS! Nice sticks btw
  10. I’ve had the 4H for almost 2 months and it’s been great. I’m coming from a Cobra F6 which was also a good hybrid I was just wanting something new. The sim launches high and straight and I have had no hook issues. The sound is much more muted than any other hybrid I’ve used so even when it feels or sounds like you didn’t connect that great you look up and it’s a long, high, straight, laser.
  11. I have the 2017 version and they’re far from clunky, chunky, or whatever for what they are. The topline is far from thick and pretty comparable to any players iron as is the offset and blade length.
  12. I suppose I’m in the opposite camp and think more wedges are better, I currently carry 5. Unless you have hours to practice every day I can’t imagine being more consistent by opening the face on wedges to achieve loft than just having a club that’s already that loft or close to it. I’d rather have more options for 100 yards in and the most options to save par than a 200+ yard club that I’m gonna miss the green with half the time anyway. Btw my wedges are PW, AW, 54, 58, and 64.
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