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By Tim Cup

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  1. I recently upgraded to all Titleist clubs, I have driver, 16.5deg 3 wood, 21 deg hybrid , ap3 5 through 48 deg wedge and vokey sm7 54 & 58 deg wedges. Question is I have 13 clubs and not sure of what to get for #14 a 4 iron or another hybrid. I'm a higher handicap player.

    Thanks in advance for any help/recommendations


  2. David ARK

    David ARK
    Sayville, NY

    That’s a nice setup. If I were you, I would fit a hybrid between your 3 wood and current hybrid. Using the surfit Hossler, make the loft of your current hybrid 22* or 23*, then add a 19* and turn it into 18*. That should space it out nicely. 818 hybrid is way easier to hit then a 4 iron (especially if you are a high handicapper). It also has the option for adjustability, so you can play around with the lofts to find the proper gapping and distances. Good luck!
  3. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    If you don't have a significant gap, don't worry about it. I have been playing 13 for years. I have driver, 3 wood, 5 wood, 23 degree hybrid, 6-PW, 50, 54, 58 degree wedges and a putter, I don't feel like i have any significant gaps and having one less lightens the bag for walking. It also simplifies my decision by one when pulling a club for the shot.
  4. Tim, I’m also a high handicap, and I have basically the same setup as you. I have a 19 h2 hybrid and 4-pw ap3 irons. Are you more comfortable hitting your 5 iron or your current hybrid? That may be an easy way to make your decision. I feel like the ap3 4 iron has a good bit of forgiveness, I am as confident with the 4 iron as I am with the 5. I have very low confidence when I pull out a hybrid which is why I went with the 4i.
  5. 19* hybrid, and go to a Titleist Thursday event and get fitted for it as they can help with your gapping and set up with what you currently have.

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