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JCray33

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  1. Yeah most Pros WITB I look at have their drivers lofted down to help with the left miss I assume?
  2. 6'6 here and started out with +1.25 over standard JPX 900 forged irons but they just felt too heavy and hence the swing weight was around E, then got them cut to 3/4 inch over standard and they feel perfect now swing weight around D5 which feels so much more playable.
  3. I’m amazed too that’s why I made this topic! I cannot hit anything under 10.5 consistently...it might get me a few more yards but not worth the more errant miss for me. I have around 160ish ball speed too.. average 290-300 yards
  4. Me too! I had a 9* Ping g400 Max head and could not hit it well...10.5 has been miles better. Aldila Green 65 Xstiff shaft...
  5. My lord!! I played a 9 and struggled with that! You must hit up on it a lot!?
  6. Just curious to see what everyone plays... I play G400 Max at 10.5
  7. Yeah after putting my PING G400 MAX 9* head to 10 degrees I can confirm it absolutely changes the ball flight, my miss has consistently been too much draw/hook and now have it set down .5 to 8.5 degrees and it is perfect for me! No more big draws
  8. That's the stupidest thing ever. Every driver should sit perfectly square at neutral setting...smh
  9. Yeah I look at the WITB's a lot and a lot have their drivers dialed down in loft and then did some reading into it and most do it to help from the dreaded hook miss. I'm going to try it I've had my PING G400 MAX 9* at 10 degrees and my miss has been draw/hook all year until I researched this. Just put it to 8.5 (down a half a degree) and will report back the results...excited though
  10. Is is to open the face slightly so they don't hook/pull? Mcilroy lowers his loft 2 degrees with his driver!
  11. older thread but I am very curious about this. A lot of pros I notice play a 9 or even a 10.5 driver head but lower the loft from there...is that because they want to eliminate hooks?? because lowering loft opens face...
  12. Honestly I've wondered why he switched to Callaway? After he did he hasn't been as consistent off of the tee...glad he's back with the TM.
  13. Switched from overlap after only playing with overlap my whole 10 years of golfing and read a tip about if you draw too much to try interlock and it has helped me tremendously it's insane! I will be sticking with interlock grip! And yes I 100% agree that interlock helps with being a little more fade biased
  14. my ping 5 wood is super easy to understand only has 5 options, neutral, + 0.6, +1, - 0.6, -1.0 and you just reverse those if you have different handed adapter sleeve, but yeah with cobra they have 3 draw settings so I was just confused if standard really was standard or if the standard draw is standard
  15. I have the cobra F8 driver LH head with a RH adapter tip on the shaft...so I’m trying to figure out what standard is then, is “standard” the standard setting or is “standard draw” Standard? If anyone knows that would be amazing! Thanks. I know that + is actually - but I’m not sure with the standard setting for this!
  16. I just purchased the SS S-tech grips in midsize because of their higher weight (65 grams) to not mess up my swingweights coming from midsize MCC +4 grips. Have heard good things about them so I'm excited. Spieth has done pretty well with them so that's good lol
  17. I ended up getting the '19 model and couldn't be happier. Beast of a club that doesn't hook like most hybrids for higher swing speed players.
  18. This video really helped me with the correct placement of the right hand. I for years was too strong with this hand and that led to pulls/draws. Grip is sooo important!! Most influence on the club face.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkWPFmbKqQg
  19. Had the MCC plus 4 for a few years and was a great grip but my left thumb starting hurting last year or so and CP2 grip has been a tremendous help. Love the CP2 Pro grips now
  20. Just got my hands on Callaway Apex hybrid and I’ve hit 200ish balls with it now on range and haven’t quick hooked any which I could easily do with my old hybrids I’ve always used. I’m loving this hybrid and glad I found this site because this is where I learned how good of a hybrid it was! Haha
  21. So I actually got the ‘19 model I swore it said ‘16 but whatever the club is an absolute beast that I CANNOT turn over which just warms my heart as all 5 hybrids I’ve ever played they all had big draw bias. Thank you Callaway for a hybrid that is NEUTRAL and isn’t built to draw the ball! ??
  22. I ordered the 16 model so I’m excited to get it! ?
  23. Hey just wondering for those that have played both is there a substantial difference with in regards to performance, especially with it being anti-left which is what I need!! Would love to hear as the 2016 is much cheaper on EBay lol
  24. 6 handicap here and absolutely love the Cleveland CBX cavity back wedges. Got them in 54 and 58 couple months ago from 2nd swing and have loved the consistency and just the ease which these clubs strike consistently. Also I love the look at address too which I know is important for a lot of golfers.
  25. 6 handicap here and bought a couple CBX's (54 and 58) from 2nd swing a couple months ago and absolutely love them! Way more forgiving then typical blade wedges (had vokeys before) and great feel as well. It's easy for ego to get in the way and not want to get these but once you realize all that matters is performance the choice is a no-brainer and results speak for themselves really.
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