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I would spend a few dollars on lessons.. makes the game so much more fun

If you want to correct it with equipment then either try the Callaway BB 21 or extreme help needed a driver with offset. Cobra has these. 
 IMO: Correct path with an instructor.

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On 1/11/2021 at 7:19 PM, Bigbilly said:

Hi there. I am looking for a driver recommendations for a lefty golfer with a shallow approach and generally a very high side spin rate that normally has me aiming a fairway or two to the right... Should I be considering draw dias or even offset heads ? 

i had literally the same issue. well only i fairway right(hahaha). Grip and swing path adjustments are the key. Lessons will smooth that out. 

 

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Also recommend a lesson or two if everything is a slice, but if a slice is you bad shot, but are still hitting a decent drive 50% of the time, look at the the Ping G400 Max. It really helped me go from a slice to a push on the bad driver shots, that happens here and there (remember, even pros have bad driver shots once in a while). I also have heard the Callaway B21 and TaylorMade Sim Max help calm down the left shot. A more moderately priced driver that I have seen in videos which appears to also help straigthen shots out is the Cleveland Launcher Turbo driver. Good luck in your search for the next driver.

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Ping G400 3W & 5W, 14.5° & 17.5°, Ping Alta CB, R flex std length

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Cleveland Launcher HB 4 iron, std loft/lie, Dynamic Gold DST 98 steel R flex, std length

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Just about every major manufacturer has a driver that has a draw bias to help with the slice miss. Ping SFT, Callaway B21, TM Sim Max-D & so on. The Ping G30 SFT was a great driver for me until I eventually started to sort out my swing a little bit. Don't get wrong I can occasionally slide back into the slice miss just not as often...A draw biased driver won't fix your swing but if you consistently slice it then they will help to a degree. Just don't expect a miracle fix.

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5 Wood: Cobra F8 @ 18 Degrees

Hybrid: Cobra 3-4 OS @ 20.5 degrees

Hybrid: Cobra F9 @ 24 Degrees

Irons: Callaway Apex 19's 6-SW

Wedge: Callaway Sureout 2 @ 60 degrees

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6 hours ago, Bigbilly said:

Thanks all. I deff plan on getting some lessons to help with grip and swing path... Will check out some of these recommendations and as I will probably go with something cheaper and save the money for when I can aim down the correct fairway! 

I've had the same driver (Taylormade R580 XD) since 2006. Thought about getting a new one but until i continue with lessons and get the driver straightened out, for me, it makes no sense in buying the lastest and greatest. 

I feel you may be in the same boat... 

 

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4 hours ago, JahSteve said:

Assume your asking OP but i only have issues with driver/woods... hybrids/irons/wedges all fine. Although inconsistent. 
interested to see what OP has to say.  

Same for me. Irons have been reasonably straight. Towards the end of the season I would be taking 5 iron to the tee due to lack of consistency with the 1... Nothing worse then playing with someone you don't know. Aiming the driver a hole over and then hitting a clean straight one ! 

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1 hour ago, Bigbilly said:

Same for me. Irons have been reasonably straight. Towards the end of the season I would be taking 5 iron to the tee due to lack of consistency with the 1... Nothing worse then playing with someone you don't know. Aiming the driver a hole over and then hitting a clean straight one ! 

 

Which means you are swinging too hard, and turning your hands over too much. When you aim that far off, you're subconscious releases the club properly and you get that straight double cross. 

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