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Cobra Amp Cell 2-3 Hybrid instead of a fairway wood(s)??

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Would it be ok, or a good idea to fit this club in between by Driver (Cobra S3) and my 3H Cobra S3 Max? I would like something to take the place of my current Steelhead Plus 3 and 5 woods.

Really want to know if this will work off the tee and off the fairway. I will hit it before I buy it without question, but wanted to know if it is even an option.

BTW... I am just getting back into the game, and at my best I was shooting in the low 90's, now I am shooting in the low 100's, but plan to get back!

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Joel

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You should have no problem hitting it off a tee or from the fairway so it should be fine in that regard... if you set it to the 2h setting (16°) I think that would fill your gap just fine.

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Yeah hi I have three hybrids 15' 18' 21' Nike vr pros the 18 degree will keep up with your 3 steel head no problems And the 21' degree will take care of your 3,4 irons they are the best hybrids on the market no dout tried a few others the don't compare I don't use a driver anymore to unpredictable slice pulls.my 15, degree is the best club in my bag I have no problems on the tee anymore in fact I like heading to the next tee and all you people how think you can't go around just using a hybrid to tee off well I'm telling you now im keeping up with my mates sometimes even a bit in front jive gone from a 18 handicap to now 10 in just a few weeks of using the hybrid to tee off for exsample we have three out of bounce 2 par 4 and one par 5 and these holes always face a cross wind and use to send my ball far far right over the fence my days of that are now over I played for a few weeks now even the guys I play in the tournament on a sunday now are so impressed in how my game has changed its not a big course but ok so what ya waiting for grab a hybrid and attack it's changed my golf I lover them
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definetily go with the hybrids. they are very versatile and help your game a lot.  They are easier to hit then the fairway woods for most people.

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