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TM 2011 rescue/hybrid clubs - opinions?

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I'm a high capper who struggles for distance and I'm considering one of these. Anyone have any opinions? They can be had quite cheap on eBay.
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i would look elsewhere because the TM rescue 11 is considered a players hybrid in my book because of the minimal offset and small head compared to some other hybrids

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See if you can find a TM Raylor from circa 2008. I had a 19* I used instead of a 5W. It was a great club, except I had lots of trouble with distance control.

Sometimes it would come up short, other times I blew it over the green. And, the shot felt basically solid each time.

Raylor came in 19* and 22*. If you get Raylor(s), make sure you have the sole level on set-up. It has a 'boat hull" sole which digs the ball out of the rough, but you can get pushes and pulls if you shift to one side or other at address.

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09 TM Burner 19 degree 3 rescue. Just picked one up for $40 brand new and that club rocks.
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Agree with the previous post aboutt the TM rescue club, it's not really the best one to use if you're a high capper. I used to use an ADAMS hybrid and it was very forgiving.

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TM rescue Dual from 2005 or so is also still a very solid purchase.  Its still one of my favorite clubs to this day and it doesn't have much draw bias so it can "grow" with you.

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