Originally Posted by Jeremie Boop
I've hit the cobra 3-4 adjustable and the nike vrs 4 woods and really liked them. I am going to be getting a vr2 pro 3 hybrid this week or next and then the vr2 pro 4 wood to go with the vr2 pro driver for consistency. I like the 4 wood 3 hybrid combo because they are easier to hit than 3 and 5 woods.
I have VR Pros and think they are FANTASTIC - sound, feel, controllability, etc. you really know when you hit it well - right at contact.
4 Hybrid (24 degrees?) (ProjectX 6.5)
5 wood (19 degrees) (Mitsu Diamana Ahina Stiff) - limited version
3 wood (15 degrees) (Mitsu Diamana Ahina Stiff) - limited version
(VR Pro STR8 fit driver) (Mitsu Diamana Ahina Stiff)
The only problem is the 4h is the smallest hybrid offered (the hybrids go from 4h up to 1h). I'd consider the lower hybrids for my bag, but I have zero issues hitting 5w and 3w from fairway or low/medium rough). I'd like to upgrade the shaft to the Ahina on my 4h, but it's a great club.
The hybrid form is NOT pear shaped at all and it's 'advertised' as a better fit for a 'better player' - whatever that means.
Since these are about 3 years old (after the Sasquatches, before the VRS and the Covert) - there are a lot of great deals on clearance.
I don't think they come in a 4 wood........however, the woods can be found with the STR8 fit adjustable hosel - but it's not really adjustable to loft, so you'd have to do a lot of inference with the open/close feature and then use eyeballs, instead of setting with the sole at setup to get the loft you are trying to get for a 4w equivalent (17 degrees?) - seems too complicated.