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Does anybody make 7-9 irons as a hybrid. I'm not interested in the combo clubs, I want pure hybrids.  Thanks for your help.

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I'm pretty sure there are some ladies' sets that go up to the PW with hybrids.

I know for a fact that Gigagolf has a full hybrid set for 30$ a club, custom fit. You can order any individual clubs or the full 3-PW with a choice of shafts and grips, plus length adjustment.

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There are quite a few clone and generic set that go way up to 9 or wedges.

I could help more specifically if you're interested but don't want to google and surf around.

I don't know but I think things might get extreme at higher lofts like a 45 hybrid throwing the ball up like a 48* iron

My local pro shop has one all hybrid set on the wall(sorry don't remember what) so it might be worth some legwork

http://www.customgolfstop.com/Irons004.htm

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Monark golf sells multiple types. Our golf pro needs new knees for both legs as he can't shift his weight without his knees giving out. He made himself a hybrid set of a 3, 5, 7, and a 9 using Monark.
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I don't know if it was the launcher or hi-bore series but I just saw a guy last week that had a full set of hybrids from Cleveland all the way down to the pitching wedge.  However, I don't know how high they went.  5-iron may be the highest.

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Originally Posted by xmanhockey7

Mizuno

Which Mizunos were those? Seriously I have no idea. I assumed "Cleveland Hibore" and "something from Adams" would be top of the list for anyone who's ever visited a golf shop in the last decade.

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Originally Posted by BioGolfNebraska

What about the Adams idea tech v3 clubs?  The all hybrid set has 7,8,9 as hybrids.  Even the pw and gap wedge are hybridish.

Here's a link:  http://www.adamsgolf.com/products/irons/tech_v3.php


That's the problem with manufactures calling anything anything.

They say 'all hybrid' but I'm pretty sure that 7 is exactly what the OP said he doesn't want.

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http://www.diamondtour.com/golf-clubs/hybrid-clubs/turner-ablaze-hybrid-club.html

I'm considering a 6 or 7 in these. At 25$ it's darn near a free experiment by today's standards of prices.

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