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Hi, hope this post finds you well! I'm new to this forum and my enjoyment is great after reading other peoples thoughts and posts. Now on to my question: What do you use, a driving iron or 2 iron? Currently I'm using 2-Pithing Wedge irons with low amount of offset (offset is my enemy and the look of it makes me sick! ;))! Last couple of weeks I've noticed that the 3 iron is never used and therefore removing it from the bag. To combat this loss for the few times it's needed my 2 iron will be weak lofted 2 degrees, or I'm getting a driving iron #3. At the moment a 23° driving
I live in Massachusetts and I play an 11 in my league hoping to get down to single digits. One of my biggest problems has always been finding fairways off the tee. I’m a long hitter and don’t get me wrong it’s great hitting a 300 yard drive but if it’s in the rough or playing from the wrong angle into the green is it really an advantage being so long? So what did I do? Against everyone’s advice I got fitted for a 2 iron. I went to my local shop and consulted with a pro. He suggested a new GI style driving iron. The Mizuno MP 18 MMC fli hi. It was love at first sight. Went with the KBS taper li
I have decided to sell my 2 iron/hybrid. I bought it earlier this season but after hitting it at the range a few times, it turns out that the yardage does not scale well with the rest of my clubs. This is a pretty good club if you are looking for something shorter than a 3 wood off the tee, but longer than an iron. It has a (stiff) graphite shaft which makes it easy to get the ball elevated from the fairway as well. The shaft length and lie is comparable to that of a standard 3 iron. Loft: 18* Shaft: TFC 949 Stiff flex Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet (new) Ball flight: Mid-Low