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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: In between
« Last post by Sanader on Today at 08:51:39 AM »
After testing various hybrids I can say for me A grind works best. hard to beat price performance. Type-D 5 (27) and 4 (24) are keeper for me.
Have the same problem with FW - they donít stay long in the bag...
Currently thinking to replace my 5W and 21 hybrid with one 18 or 19 deg. hybrid
(With Driver / Brassy on Top of the bag)
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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: In between
« Last post by wmclarenf1 on Today at 08:29:28 AM »
Mizuno CLK. Pretty good so far. I have some VG3's coming, so I'll test how good I am with a Titleust 4i before I buy another CLK....😬

The clk comes in 14*... hmmmm...
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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: In between
« Last post by ian-500 on Today at 08:22:58 AM »
Mizuno CLK. Pretty good so far. I have some VG3's coming, so I'll test how good I am with a Titleust 4i before I buy another CLK....😬
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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: Crescent Quartet
« Last post by ian-500 on Today at 08:17:53 AM »
Pics of face and at address....size in comparison with a vokey?

You know I know that, it's just that vokey is kind of the world standard...
Do you really think I have a Vokey Ian.... ;D .

Looks big from the back but normal sized at address.
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Japanese Golf Gear / In between
« Last post by wmclarenf1 on Today at 07:53:11 AM »
The driver and irons sit my hybrids.

Those who have been on here long enough know my repeated self confessions of not being able to hit FWs with any sort of consistency.  I've played 3 hybrids for the longest time and I'm in the process of getting use to the A-grind BX-H 26 as my 5I replacement.

My "3 wood" is the DAT 55 face 15* hybrid shafted now with the Fujikura Diamond Seeder FW6.  This is perhaps the only club in my bag that has not changed for years.  Not the most forgiving (not overly demanding as well) and on a good day, it gives me a chance for 2 on Par 5s.  On a side but related note... the DS shafts... I've decided to spine my shafts again and interesting... ALL the DS shafts from driver to FW to iron shafts all seem to spine the same way but not top or bottom.  Speaks to the consistency and the ongoing debate of where the spine should sit.

Next up are the Itobori 20* and 23*.  Really forgiving hybrids.  And then there is the 26* A-Grind BX-H. I've finally shafted the BX-H with the Crazy STP UT completing all my hybrids save the Proceed with Crazy STP UTs.

All are shafted with the new Cadero Pentagon which feel like a good upgrade to the previous models.

The back ups and still very good if they suit are the Modart hybrids shafted with the 80T Basileus Alpha FW 75 shafts.  I took them out for a hit a couple of weeks back and still really nice and good.

What have you got between your driver and irons?
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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: Epon AF-305
« Last post by DaleUK on Today at 03:38:32 AM »
Iím warming to these!
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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: Epon AF-305
« Last post by Drol on Today at 03:03:05 AM »
Heres a better one
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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: Epon AF-305
« Last post by Drol on Today at 02:59:48 AM »
Has the least offset of all my epons. Sorry for photo (of pw), i thought this was the best way to show offset.
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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: Epon AF-305
« Last post by Drol on Today at 02:52:03 AM »
Face comparo 505 - 305
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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: Epon AF-305
« Last post by Drol on Today at 02:49:54 AM »
Probably my favourite of their recent releases. Would like a comparison with the 303.

Unfortunately dont have a 303. Spoon has a 303
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