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lukeo87

Clubs

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just after some help selecting new clubs. at the moment im playing callaway diablo edges. i dont mind them but i feel as if the cavity is a bit to big for my liking.when addressing the ball im starting to have zero confidence in my shots (alignment etc). basically im after a club that is of a blade design (not as big a cavity) but will still have just as good forgiveness. any help and suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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Originally Posted by lukeo87

just after some help selecting new clubs. at the moment im playing callaway diablo edges. i dont mind them but i feel as if the cavity is a bit to big for my liking.when addressing the ball im starting to have zero confidence in my shots (alignment etc). basically im after a club that is of a blade design (not as big a cavity) but will still have just as good forgiveness. any help and suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

I think that is an oxymoron, but if you're looking for a forgiving game improvement club with more of a "blade design" you'll probably want to go with the Titleist AP1 or the Mizuno JPX 800/825 Pros.  They're not going to be as forgiving as the regular JPX 800/825s or your Diablo Edges, but they will give you the look you want.

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Cleveland CG16 Tour. Thin topline, not as much cavity or sole as other cavity irons. Great feel. Workable like a blade. Forgiving. What's not to like?

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