I have found a Vokey M Grind 54.08 works good for approach shots to the green, chipping around the green, or sand traps that have little sand, or hard sand.
I also use a 58.12 K grind for very wet turf approach shots, deep rough around the green, or deep sand bunkers.
A 60.08 would be a ball rocket launcher in the wrong hands.
Yeah, I’m definitely not much of a shot shaper, not on purpose anyway. I have always heard that hybrids are easier to hit from the rough and tight lies. I’m hoping that’s the case as most of the courses I play in the winter will definitely have some tight/bare lies.
That’s kind of what I was really getting at. If the loft is basically the same, I’m not sure if there would be any great benefit to having both clubs in the bag. The 3H is a good gap between 3W and 5 iron. Maybe the 4H is basically a 5 iron that’s easier to hit from the rough and/or tight lies. I’ll know soon enough once I get on the range with them. I didn’t realize just how strong the lifts on irons has gotten over the past few years.
In our daily play, we do not. In tournament's, yes each player receives individual cards with only one line for their score. Their is also a line for the marker to track his score.
But in the old days before printing scorecards, we simply used one card for two players and they would get signed by them.
When playing 4 ball, only one partner from each team needs to sign and attest.