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Thread Starter 

I currently hit a g2 stiff ping driver that I like very much and a kzg 4 wood instead of a 3 wood I took the 3 wood out of my bag.i hit the 4 wood about 218 average.I also have a 21 degree callawa yrazor x hl  hybrid. l would like to add another hybrid.Im having some difficulty with my hybrid because I think I press to much .looking to replace or add another club from 200 yards.it needs to be easy to hit like 8/10 times for me to spend the money.

 

 

 

                                    THANKS   CALVIN

 

 

 

 

PS Would i be better to keep my hybrid and add a 23/25 degree to my bag and just practice more hitting my hybrid off the ground .Ithink with my hybrid im going to try moving the ball back a little in my stance to give me more of a descending hit.

post #2 of 11
I have a 23* Callaway X 2 Hot hybrid and its the best one I've ever hit. I tried every hybrid golfsmith had and that one felt the best. It has very little offset not to big of a head and is very easy to hit. I liked the 23 so much I went and got a 19.
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Echo the suggestion.  I hit 5 or 6 hybrid and bought an X Hot 19* 3 Hybrid.  Love the club.  Dependable off the tee, cuts through rough.  Totally recommend the "X" Callaway series hybrids.

post #4 of 11
I just exchanged a 4 hybrid Nike Covert 2.0 and went with a 23 degree Ping G25. Was hitting it really well. The added logt may have been what I was looking for.
post #5 of 11
Thread Starter 

Thanks everyone for the great advice I will certainly keep it in  mind when I go to tryout some hybrids this week.Iwill certainly tryout the callawayx2hot  23 degree to see how I hit and maybe the 19 as well while im there.Played today and concentrated on my hybrid more moving the ball back a little bit and more of a downswing and was smiling a little bit more  lol.Shave a few more strokes and I will be very close to where I feel I can play everyday .By the way im 54 years old and im walking to get into shape only played 45 holes so its early.

post #6 of 11
Having extreme trouble hitting my hybrid. Hit a Ping g15 well the other day. It has been a revolving door of hybrids from new to old.
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Had a similar problem with hybrids, in the end I finished up putting two mizuno hi fly in the bag,they more of a cross between hybrid and long iron's,but seem to more suited to a vary of lies you can get, launch the ball with a mid trajectory and do not balloon. Very accurate clubs when hit in the centre Also find the 20deg good of tee when you need play placement on dog leg fairways.

post #8 of 11
Are they similair in shape to the Pings g hybrids?
post #9 of 11


Mizuno JPX Fli Hi hybrid are similar to the Ping rapture 2/18deg driving iron/hybrid, Mizuno come in 20deg/23deg,  similar to Ping G or I series hybrids in loft only.

post #10 of 11
Thanks Owen will check them out. Carrying a hybrid right now is hysy taking up a slot in the bag very frustrating.
post #11 of 11
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Originally Posted by jmanbooyaa View Post

Having extreme trouble hitting my hybrid. Hit a Ping g15 well the other day. It has been a revolving door of hybrids from new to old.

 

 

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Originally Posted by jmanbooyaa View Post

Thanks Owen will check them out. Carrying a hybrid right now is hysy taking up a slot in the bag very frustrating.

Same trouble here, I'll take this "minor situation" over another thread and see if I can get this straightened out(pun intended!)

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