3W: 240-250 (estimate)
21 deg Hybrid: 210-220 (trackman)
4 iron: 215-225 (trackman)
5 iron: 205 (estimate)
The problem is that I got new irons last fall and they made it so my hybrid overlaps with my 4 iron. Silly taylormade strong lofts. So, my hybrid is basically useless to me right now. The only time I find myself pulling it out of the bag right now is when I have a really bad lie in the rough. Which is less than once per round at this point.
I'm looking for a club that will bridge the gap between my 4 iron and 3 wood. I have been trying 2 and 3 hybrids, and my results are consistently that my 4 iron is just as long as the hybrids. I am curious if anyone had suggestions. Here's what my thoughts are now:
Hybrid is probably out, unless I can find the right 2 hybrid. Haven't been able to yet.
I could try to order a 3 iron speedblade from TaylorMade. This is what I'm leaning towards now, although I'd need it done to custom specs.
I don't particularly like driving irons. Haven't been able to hit them well and I want something I can easily hit off the deck.
5 wood seems hard to find, but could solve my problem. The issue is that I don't want to buy one without trying, and that's probably what I'd have to do because most golf stores do not have a stiff shaft 5 wood for me to hit.
I have 4 wedges already, and I don't really need to put another wedge in the bag.
So, anyways, any help is appreciated.