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Which do you prefer in that spot in your bag?  Haven’t carried a 5 wood since I was probably 10 but seems more popular than the hybrids with the pros these days. 
 

Would primarily want it to be a reliable option off the tee that I can flight down a bit but also an option from the fairway/ light rough. 
 

Got a GAPR mid 18* in that spot now which I like off the tee but toying around with a new 5 Wood or 2 hybrid. A little more distance/ forgiveness be nice. 

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For ten years, I have had some combination of 4W + 7W after 3W got too hard to launch. 5W was solid club, just too close in yardage to 4W.

 

For you, sounds like a 5W or a hybrid might do it. A 3H might more versatile than a 2H... 2H is hard for some to hit, especially out of the rough.

 

Also, some people hit fairways better than hybrids, could be a factor. My guess: 5W or 3H would work best.

 

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For ten years, I have had some combination of 4W + 7W after 3W got too hard to launch. 5W was solid club, just too close in yardage to 4W.

 

For you, sounds like a 5W or a hybrid might do it. A 3H might more versatile than a 2H... 2H is hard for some to hit, especially out of the rough.

 

Also, some people hit fairways better than hybrids, could be a factor. My guess: 5W or 3H would work best.

 

Yeah starting to like the idea of a 5w. I’ve got a mini driver in the 3 wood slot and put a 4h in the bag over the 4i. 5 Wood might be the play in between gimme a better option from the fairway/rough than the 2H. Might even be better off the tee too. 

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Bag has to be fluid. I’m in this situation right now. I have an apex 2h that I rip off the tee, and while I can hit it pretty high off the deck it doesn’t really hold greens from 230 out. Some courses that doesn’t matter but when you have a few accessible par 5s it makes sense to swap it out for a high spinny 5w. I am on the hunt for one now. 

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I started the year with 5W, one of my favorite clubs in the bag. I noticed over time, however, I wasn’t really getting ideal results off the tee. Mostly playing a short, tight course, lots of trees; being in play off the tee is essential. And the 5W was a little too loose, risking penalty or recovery shots at a much higher percentage than my other options.

 

So I switched to a 3Hy I had sitting on deck, perhaps not as good off turf, but fantastic off the tee. On the short, tight course, it’s about equal to driver in terms of strokes gained/lost. 5W generally scores better than 3Hy in strokes gained off the deck; but it’s a trade off I’ll accept.

 

Now I’m trying 4W-3Hy, with some success. But when I go back to 3W, I may sub in the 5W on longer, wide open courses where I’d be hitting driver/3W off the tee 13 or 14 times.

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26 minutes ago, DaRiz said:

Bag has to be fluid. I’m in this situation right now. I have an apex 2h that I rip off the tee, and while I can hit it pretty high off the deck it doesn’t really hold greens from 230 out. Some courses that doesn’t matter but when you have a few accessible par 5s it makes sense to swap it out for a high spinny 5w. I am on the hunt for one now. 

Definitely. I got so many clubs in that area of the bag lol. Pretty much given up on a 3 wood liking the mini driver there. Usually have that 18* GAPR and a strong 4 utility iron then 5 iron.  
 

Put the 4H in the bag recently and kinda liking that. 5 Wood probably be good on a more long open course where I won’t need the another option I can hit 240ish in play but wanna be able to get after a couple par 5s in 2 possibly. Maybe a 2H gimme the best of both though definitely don’t need something spinny just something I can get up in the air a little easier off the deck.  
 

Have had my eye on the new ping 2 hybrid but their 5 wood has a strong loft on it. Or maybe some other 5 wood with a lower spin profile. 

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1 hour ago, wareagle902 said:

Which do you prefer in that spot in your bag?  Haven’t carried a 5 wood since I was probably 10 but seems more popular than the hybrids with the pros these days. 
 

Would primarily want it to be a reliable option off the tee that I can flight down a bit but also an option from the fairway/ light rough. 
 

Got a GAPR mid 18* in that spot now which I like off the tee but toying around with a new 5 Wood or 2 hybrid. A little more distance/ forgiveness be nice. 

Not a club out there that’s easier to hit straight than the GAPR, but I get better length out of the 5 wood in both the fairway and rough.

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I retired my Taylor Made 19 degree 5 wood, replaced it with a 19 degree 3H, which is better in every respect. I'm donating the 5W to the local high school team.

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Struggling with this exact same question over the last couple of weeks.


Right now I’ve got a 19* 5W (Rogue) and a 19* 3H (SIM 2 Max) that I’ve been testing out and putting head-to-head over the last few weeks. 
 

What I’ve noticed for me in terms of results is that the 5W launches much higher and spins a lot more, whereas with the 3H I get much lower launch and way less spin, so because of that I get more rollout and more yardage with the Hybrid.

 

Both have their pros and cons, and both can be really good in the right situations.

 

For now I’m going to carry both since I have an extra spot in the bag, and going forward will potentially just keep both and swap them in and out depending on course conditions and layouts that I’ll be playing on a particular day.

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Which to play depends on which YOU hit better.  There is no right or wrong answer.

 

Back in the day I loved my Wishon designed Snake Eye's Quickstrike hybrids.  I could hit the 18* long enough that I didn't need to hit a wood off the tee on any par 4 unless it was longer than 410 or so.  Hitting the fairway trumped hitting the ball longer.  

 

This is just me though, not you.  Play which ever you have more confidence in.

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Completely course dependant. I've got a 2 iron, 2 hybrid and 5 wood that get rotated regularly. Sure, a flathead screwdriver will work on a philips screw, but the job is easier with the right tool.

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I use a 3 hybrid but at 17 more like 2 hybrid. 

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I keep going back and forth on this. I have a 3 GAPR Hybrid that I love, but go between a 2 hybrid and a 5 wood. 

 

The 3 wood I am looking at is 16* so I am not needing a 17* 5 wood, but maybe an 18*. My existing 3 wood 15* is amazing though, so a matching 5 wood might be awesome.

 

I may never decide and just have clubs I swap out all the damn time. 🤣

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I keep going back and forth on this. I have a 3 GAPR Hybrid that I love, but go between a 2 hybrid and a 5 wood. 

 

The 3 wood I am looking at is 16* so I am not needing a 17* 5 wood, but maybe an 18*. My existing 3 wood 15* is amazing though, so a matching 5 wood might be awesome.

 

I may never decide and just have clubs I swap out all the damn time. 🤣

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I think the right answer is a combo of what works for you personally (i.e everyone perfers/hits diff clubs better than others - I prefer irons over hybrids as an example) and giving yourself options. 

 

Top end of the bag can be tricky, but if you have a few options its nice to sort of have a game plan for the course you are playing. For me, I regularly play a few courses, and depending on what tees we play, different clubs make more sense. 

 

I am generally pretty hard wired on Driver and driving iron, but swap between 13.5 mini driver and regular 3 wood in that slot depending on the course. Longer and wide open I will go regular 3 wood as I may need it off the deck (which i prefer over mini), and can generally hit driver on all par 4s. Shorter and tighter I bring the mini as I am far less likely to have a super long shot off the deck, but like the mini option as an alternative from the tee (more accurate for me than standard 3 wood).

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5W for me, but YMMV given conditions and confidence.  I carried a 17* 2H for a few years and it was good off the tee and even rough, but I never really liked the look.  Occasional hook but only with a bad swing.  5W has more speed though with the longer length, and easier height, and that gives me more options.  I can work a lower shot like 2H or stinger, but the 2H couldn't get as high as the 5W.  2H could run out farther, but 5W just has more tricks and is easier to work any way.  It's a club I can think of the shot and hit it.  I still make room for a 3 iron, but 5W is overall the better club.

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I carry a 15 year-old 3-Iron/Hybrid/Driving Iron when it's windy and a 5WD when it's not.

 

Either one is the most trusted club in my bag sans the putter and what I lean on when I absolutely have to have a tee shot on the fairway.

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I have a 18* 2h....does it still qualify as a 2h🤔😋

 

Have a 2h/18* and 3h/21*, both .335 and they are $. Although I don't hit the 2h terribly high, enough to be useful into the green.  I use it enough off the tee on short/ish par 4's.

 

IMO choose which club you hit the best, if you but both well, then change up based on course/conditions!

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26 minutes ago, nitram said:

I carry a 15 year-old 3-Iron/Hybrid/Driving Iron when it's windy and a 5WD when it's not.

 

Either one is the most trusted club in my bag sans the putter and what I lean on when I absolutely have to have a tee shot on the fairway.

Curious how ball flight is for you with that Bridgestone J33 AM in your sig - low, mid?  Always wanted to try one in the 3i spot thinking it's easy hitting DI bliss.  Sorry to derail OP

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On 9/26/2021 at 9:50 AM, joostin said:

Curious how ball flight is for you with that Bridgestone J33 AM in your sig - low, mid?  Always wanted to try one in the 3i spot thinking it's easy hitting DI bliss.  Sorry to derail OP

With the Veylix it's mid on a stock shot but very workable both vertically and horizontally and amazingly friendly from the fairways well as the rough. With the stock NV Green shaft it was more mid-high. I'm admittedly biased but I haven't found a better performing nor better feeling club of it's type to replace it, and I've sampled several. By all means snag one and try it.

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I am old enough that it helps to come up with ways of remembering stuff.

 

It isn't just distance but launch and landing!  A hybrid is better suited for launching the ball from the rough.  The wood needs a good lie.

The opposite is true landing a low lofted iron or hybrid.  Running the ball up to the tee requires a lengthy runway. 

A high lofted wood may be able to  "stick the landing" right on the green.

 

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I just went through this dilemma, too. I landed on a 5W and have been extremely happy. Since I like my 3H so much, I thought a 2H would be the natural way to go, but I've already come to appreciate the variety I now have in type of shot. I was hung-up on the small loft difference and the potential lack of difference in distance to my hybrid, but as soon as I played in real life, those apprehensions went away.

 

In addition to driver, 4 iron, and 3 hybrid, I can now hit tee shots with the 5W, teed down low, that have a nice, high launch and definitely travel farther than my hybrid. It's also preferable for me off the fairway and sitting up in the rough. It's just a better ball flight for me all around. 

 

The 3 hybrid is right to get me out of worse rough and when I want to hit an iron shot with some more zip on it. But I'm glad I didn't go with a 2 hybrid - I'm not sure it would've given me anything appreciably different than my 3H, except maybe that it would be harder to launch.

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Hybrids every day. Good with any lie, whereas woods need decent lies. About to order a 2h again for long fairway shots. 

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