I wish. We used to go down there almost every year for a week. That stopped happening a few years ago for a couple of reasons.
OBX isn't the golf mecca some places down that way are, but there are some decent courses to choose from. Nags Head is beautiful. Currituck Club is also pretty good. My favorites, as a high-capper, are Carolina Club and The Pointe. The only real goal track down there that I've been to is Holly Ridge.
Kilmarlic is one I've wanted to play but never did because the prices were just too high.
Where did you read this? It doesn’t have negative offset. I’ve played the H1 and now H2. As @Adam C stated above, shaft weight is important. The amount of offset is really not important. I switched to a 90g shaft and that helped a lot.
As @ncates00 stated, your swing may also be the issue. The hybrid is a transition club between irons and woods. A very light shaft can affect that swing. I reviewed a Ping Hybrid for this site with a very light shaft and it really was hard to hit.
Very true. Similarly, if one hits a 250 yard drive straight down the middle, people often say, "If I could do that every time, I would be happy." And I always think to myself, yes, for about a day, then you will want to hit it 260!
Update** after reading into the h1 and watching a few videos on it I the club actually has some onset instead of offset. Maybe that’s why it is so strange to me. Their h2 model actually has a small amount of offset. I’m not bashing titleist either in any way all my other clubs are titleist and I love them. This one is just odd to me and definitely doesn’t work out. My miss tends to be more right sided so not getting along with an onset club does make sense. Going to go demo some other hybrids tomorrow I will update with what I find!