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Is anyone out there hitting a 2H?? I thinking about looking into one because I can hit my 3H and 4H so well but have trouble with the 3W and 5W?? Any thoughts??

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I have one - have always been able to hit it better than a 5 wood.

I am not sure it is going to stay in the bag as I now have full confidence in my 4 iron and I would prefer to not lose a wedge.

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I play a 16 degree hybrid. Love it! I don't even think twice whether to hit that or my 3 wood off the fairway. Off the tee I'll stick with the 3 wood.

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I have the new Diablo Edge 3 and 4 hybrids and love them. Unfortunately, they don’t make a 2 (except in the tour model, which is a different head design). I even called Callaway to see if they would be willing to deloft a 3H, but they said no dice. This is a bummer because I like hitting them off the tee on tight holes and could use the extra distance.

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Bobby Jones 2H (19*) - I can't imagine not having it in my bag. My driving is not very consistent so I need those longer shots out of the rough.

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I hit a 2h, but it serves a purpose, filling a yardage gap between my 3i and 3w. You may not need one considering all of you clubs and what yardages they play.

Just a thought

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I used to have a Mizuno MP Fli-Hi 18*. It was OK, not an easy club to hit well though.
One thing to remember when comparing hybrids to irons is that with a hybrid you will be sacraficing some distance simply because the shaft of a hybrid is shorter. You will gain some control, but you will lose distance.

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I couldn't hit the deep faced woods that came with my set but loved the 23* hybrid they gave me. Last summer i picked up a 23* nickent 3dx dc hybrid and loved it so much i went back a week later and got the 17*. I hit the 17* about 230. I absolutly love it. I've thought about getting the 14* hybrid they have but i figure i will start being a whoose of the tee boxes and hitting it instead of driver along with trying to be too agressive on par 5's.

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I play one. To me, it's essentially a 5 wood that is better from more lies. Also, a hybrid can be useful for a lot of little trouble shots

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I play one. To me, it's essentially a 5 wood that is better from more lies. Also, a hybrid can be useful for a lot of little trouble shots

What he said. 16* Cobra Baffler DWS 1H, ridiculously easy to hit. Can be used from 205-250.

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I play a 16 degree Wilson 2 hybrid. Never played a 5 wood but compared to my 3 wood, the 2H is a lot easier to hit off the fairway. It's a great club for me because it covers a pretty big gap between my 3 wood and 4 hybrid and it's really easy to choke down on a bit to control distance.

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What he said. 16* Cobra Baffler DWS 1H, ridiculously easy to hit. Can be used from 205-250.

250 yards with a 16* hybrid? Riiiiiight...

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I love my 2h. I hit it great off the tee or fairway, very straight. I don't carry a 5w anymore and just recently put a 3w back in my bag (was playing both a 4h and 4i and dropped the 4i, never used it) to fill the yardage gap from D to 2h.

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