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Hybrids to replace 3 and 4 iron.

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I hit my 5 iron about 150 metres, so need the new hybrid to fall into the bracket to replace my three and four iron. Dont really know how to go about this without getting fitted which I really cannot afford at the moment. Also cant really afford a brand new club so looking for something that is easy to hit, draw bias, and maybe a few years old so price isnt so high.

Thankyou!

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And the 150 metres hit with the 5 iron is with callaway (practice) balls at the range. So distance is probably a bit larger with real balls.

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There are a lot of options in the used club market. Since you are not going or a fitting try global golf.com. You can get some used hybrids for cheap. I would recommend the Cleveland Massie. Like new condition was going for $29.99. Solid club.
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look at lofts, not the number on hybrids ... assuming your 5 iron is 25°, and you're only looking for one hybrid at this point,  might want to look for a 21° - I'd recommend the Nike Vr-S (pre-Covert) ... they're really cheap on the used market and very solid clubs

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The nickents from Dicks sporting goods in the 7DT model now are pretty cheap new, and good solid clubs. You can pick up adams that are a couple years old or used on Rockbottomgolf.com and you can check out Taylormade preowned website. ebays a good place to look. Like I said, check out the nickents, adams and TM, some of the better hybrids that fit a lot of people.

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I assume you're not in the USA since ... I mean, the avatar, and the use of "meters."

Callaway is using face cup technology in its hybrids this year (as is Jesse Ortiz at Bobby Jones), and if you want "new" or newish tech, I'd check Callaway out at a demo day this spring...

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