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My driver is a Titleist 913D3, and beyond that my two longest clubs are the matching 4-wood, 17 degree standard bumped down to 16.25 degrees. And then a 4i.
I used to have the 3-wood in the bag that matches the woods, but the 4-wood has a smaller head which I prefer hitting off the ground. When it's wet/rainy conditions I swap in a hybrid and take out a 64 degree wedge that I carry for firmer conditions. That makes the hybrid the second longest after the 4-wood.
These were not from the same line. I moved around a little bit and picked a hole that had some slope.
2. 9' make
4. 11' make
6. 9' make
8. 10' make
10. 12' short
Driver (Taylor Made SIM 2)
Tour Edge hybrid (I think 18 degree)
I used to have 2 hybrids instead of one. I used to have a 3 wood also.
I took the 3W out of my bag because I didn't use it very often. I had less confidence with it than the hybrid, probably because I used it less than the hybrid, it was a longer club, etc. If I have a "3W" tee shot, I either use the hybrid and accept the loss of distance, or I will choke up an inch on my driver or tee it a little lower or whatever.
I use only 1 hybrid because I just didn't find many cirucumstances where I felt I _needed_ one over the other. Either was fine.
If that sounds dumb or illogical or whatever, I don't disagree...I am not recommending this for anyone. I just want the bag to be lighter and simpler and am not claiming this was the ideal decision for my game.