Replacing 4 fw and 4 hybrid
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If you're going with one FW, you might try Tour Edge: the Exotics or the Exotics XRail. http://www.touredge.com/
The Exotics are a bit pricy, so you might try to get a previous year's model. XRail a bit more user-friendly, and not as costly. Both Exotics and XRail offer 4W.
If you're interested, here's my review on the XRails: http://thesandtrap.com/products/tour-edge-exotics-xrail-fairway-woods/reviews/4747
From your sig line: Do you carry a 5i and just not use it?
Back to the fw. Do you know if any of the big stores carry the exotics? Probably have walks past them if they did. As for the hybrids any thoughts? Just got rid of a TM 11 4 hybrid and stuck with the Cleveland Massie 4. Just want to keep my options open.
Golfsmith and Roger Dunn are big stores which carry at least the Exotics FWs.
Lots of smaller, regional chain or non-chain golf shops carry Exotics.
Go to the Tour Edge website, and you can do a ZIP-code search for a fitter in your area.
Hybrids? Go to a spring demo day and see what's available. Adams has done a lot with hybrids, and the Wilson D100s fly pretty well. The shaft is key... you want to have ball flight you like.
Here is the Tour Edge sector on FWs. Take a look at the stock shafts. http://www.touredge.com/products/fairwaysmain.asp
I suspect you would want an XCG5, XCG6 or XRail 4W. Most of the stock shafts have a mid-high to high launch, and are lightweight or medium-weight graphite.
Most of the shafts have medium torque (3.6* to 4.4*). Torque measures how much the shaft twists during the swing. If a shaft feels boardy or harsh, you need one with more torque. If it feels mushy, less torque. (You'll see torque mostly listed for graphite shafts; irons shafts twist very little).
Here is my lineup for the upcoming season, all the gaps should be filled quite well. I love the hybrid, so much easier to hit!
6 Iron = 26* = 150-170 yds
5 Iron = 23* = 160-180 yds
4 Iron = 20* = 170-190 yds (the 4 iron might be replaced with another utility club, like a chipper/putter, LW, etc, because I now am using the 4 hybrid)
4Hybrid = 22* = 170-190 yds
5 Wood = 19* = 180-200 yds
3 Wood = 15* = 190-220 yds