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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Fri Jan 29, 2010 10:06 pm

monsterlonester wrote:
In case you are interested, i have a #3 TM Burner Rescue for sale now. No sales pitch required. All the other bros above have gave their thumbs up to this hybrid.

http://www.golfrepublic.org/marketplace-f8/wts-almost-brand-new-taylormade-burner-rescue-hybrid-2009-3-and-4-t3433.htm

Bro, interested to buy your TM Burner #3 Hybrid. Sms me your phone no to me at 6012-7133063. TQ.
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Fri Jan 29, 2010 10:28 pm

Bro Seiko, I have just got a Raylor and may want to sell it off as it may not be suitable for me. Just had 2 games with it. Please call me at 93872200 if interested.

Peter
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Fri Jan 29, 2010 11:07 pm

eiji wrote:
i personally like THP's review much better, they comprise of people with various handicaps hitting the clubs and giving their take, even if you don't agree with the conclusion, you can look more in depth at the comments from the various handicap groups and narrow down your search to those few models.

I am gaming a Cleveland Launcher and Ping G15, both very characteristics, the G15 feels sweet when struck right, the launcher is easy to launch(pun)

I find the launch easy to hit and launch. Testing TS's launcher now... i better not say too much... i got to return it back to him... Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Fri Jan 29, 2010 11:50 pm

Adam Hybrid is great! especially the ones with weight at the bottom.
They are very popular in USA.
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Sat Jan 30, 2010 12:24 am

laybeedlang wrote:
Raylors were going for free when you buy the R9 driver from TM shops. don't know whether the promo is still on or not.



I got my R9 and Raylor a couple of weeks back... promo is still on...

But based on the topic, loving the Raylor to bits... even trying to get my dad off it... =)
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Tue Feb 02, 2010 2:10 am

Anyone tried the Wilson Fybrid? Any comments on those?
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Tue Feb 02, 2010 8:01 am

I love my Nike Sumo2 hybrids! Great for beginners if you want a long and straight ball flight.. pity its so difficult to find nowadays, looking to replace my 4H but could not find these anymore. Anyone know where I can still get one?
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Tue Feb 02, 2010 9:19 am

Tian,

there are lots of hybrid user at the range. Just ask politely for test out
Dennis PM that he wanted to try my 3-wood last week and also manage to try out a couple of
3-woods from other GRs.
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Tue Feb 02, 2010 11:30 am

Well, hybrid is as difficult to choose as Driver .. Crying or Very sad

Guess you will be confuse after reading so much contribution here..

Personally, i think it really boils down to what is your intention an objective :

- if you cannot play longer iron consistently and looking for a hybrid to replace it ?
- if you wanted more distance that your iron ?
- if you wanted to recover from rough with an hybrid ?

Consider the goods points that some bros pointed here with reference to your intention.
Which will then assist you in making the decision whether you wanted a smaller or larger head hybrid (bet you that they play really differently from rough).

Was using cleveland hibore before switching to Adam. Both got its good advantage but I must say for beginner and high handicapper (like me), Adam is forgiving and easy to play but not friendly in rought due to its larger head (unless you get the Pro version which has a is smaller head).

Tried the triangular TM CGB hyrid, very good feel (sort of like bobby jones)..
Oh yes, if you intend to have 2 hybrid then better to get 2 ofthe same kind to give you consistency.


sunny Happy searching....
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Tue Feb 02, 2010 3:18 pm

I am using PING Rapture v2. First Hybrid tried. It seems like there is a funny relationship with this clubs, it helps me with my swing path cause, if the swing is not smooth and not right, the weight distribution of the club will have a imbalance feel on hand. Once I got the balls with this club. the rest of the irons and driver will work for me too. So to me it seems like a training club and of course it can be used on game too.

Just wondering anyone got such experience with hybrids?
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:02 am

Tian wrote:
Anyone tried the Wilson Fybrid? Any comments on those?

I didn't like the Fybrid in terms of performance.

I still liked the following hybrids:
Callaway, Mactec, Ping & TaylorMade
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Wed Feb 03, 2010 8:03 am

personally i prefer the cobra bafflers and them new fangled taylormade ones
launch em nice and easy
so if its the high soft idiotproofgetoutofrough club you need
i'm putting my money behind those!

hope it helps!

J.B
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Wed Feb 03, 2010 9:45 am

Preference - Kasco SSS
Easiest swinging relative to the others that I have had

Used - wilson, taylormade (various)
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Wed Feb 03, 2010 11:45 am

Im using cleveland Hibore XLS Hybrid. Good distance, very easy to launch and the ball flight is straight. Pretty forgiving, good for beginners like me.

Good luck with your search Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Wed Feb 03, 2010 2:05 pm

DTKS wrote:
Im using cleveland Hibore XLS Hybrid. Good distance, very easy to launch and the ball flight is straight. Pretty forgiving, good for beginners like me.

Good luck with your search Very Happy

I 2nd the motion, Cleveland is a very forgiving club.
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PostSubject: Re: Any good Hybrid recommendation?   Fri Feb 05, 2010 9:35 am

Got a TM Raylor 22* 2 weeks ago and had two rounds with it with the original Stiff shaft. Hooked all the shots. I have to adjust my setup for that the lie angle is flatter and only then will the shots go straight. Frustrated, I thought of selling the club off thinking it was crap. Then an idea struck me. Swap the crossfire shaft from my TM rescue dual with the Raylor. Bingo!

The Raylor plays like a gem now and the ball goes everywhere I point it. Plays brilliantly from the rough and just like any other hybrid from the fairway without digging in. Love it to bits now. Moral of the story is "the right shaft" is critical to the overall playing characteristic of the club. The shaft that came with the Raylor was not suitable for my swing type and swing speed. Now I have a spare rescue dual with the original Raylor shaft to let go if anyone is interested. Have a Diablo 3 wood stiff at the den (BFG) for any interested party as well (shaft also not suitable for me).

Moral of the story is "get fitted"!
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