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Hey, im going to buy a new fairway and/or hybrid and am still deciding on the titleist 913 series, taylormade rbz stage 2, ping anser and the callaway razr fit. What do you think??!

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Hey, im going to buy a new fairway and/or hybrid and am still deciding on the titleist 913 series, taylormade rbz stage 2, ping anser and the callaway razr fit. What do you think??!

Add the Adams Super LS and Super S - hot clubheads and nice shafts

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If you get RBZ, make sure the shaft is heavy enough. I got fitted for the RBZ FWs with the 45 gr. shaft last spring, but once I got warmed up for the season I had major hook problems with them.

 

RBZ Stage 2 has a 60 gr. shaft for the standard model, so that may help straighten things out.

 

RazrFit are good FWs, but the Razr Blacks flew every bit as well as the RF first-year version. Be sure to try the X Hot FWs - Hot is not some marketing hype.

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Originally Posted by WUTiger View Post

If you get RBZ, make sure the shaft is heavy enough. I got fitted for the RBZ FWs with the 45 gr. shaft last spring, but once I got warmed up for the season I had major hook problems with them.

 

RBZ Stage 2 has a 60 gr. shaft for the standard model, so that may help straighten things out.

 

RazrFit are good FWs, but the Razr Blacks flew every bit as well as the RF first-year version. Be sure to try the X Hot FWs - Hot is not some marketing hype.

 

I was wondering, what is the difference between RBZ wood vs. RBZ stage 2? Been trying RBZ wood tour version, but never had any chance to give stage 2 a try.

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Go hit them all. Buy what works best for you.
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I have always thought that Titleist make great shaped heads on their hybrids. I have a 585 and a 910. Although, all the clubs you mentioned are good but see if you can try before you buy and get the correct flex for the shaft.

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If you're looking at hybrids you have to at least consider (and hit a few) Adams hybrids.  They're #1 in hybrids for a reason.

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