- Nov 15, 2005
- United States
Does anyone use Adjustable Loft Hybrids. Any recommendations??? Preferably ones with very little to no offset
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They out to take adjustable hosels away from me! I wear the screw threads out changing loft and changing shafts. I just know that 1 degree of difference will make me a better player!! :>)Thanks!!! Will have to check them out. Last time I bought clubs, adjustable hosels didn't even exist, so I spent too much time on the launch monitors to find clubs that would properly fill the distance gaps.
After getting the Titleist FW's with adjustable hosels with tournament winnings, I figured I would probably never buy anything other than adjustable hosels to be able to easily fill gaps correctly
I will definately have to take a closer look at those. My last Driver and FW's were TEE's. Played them for quite a while and loved them. Went away from the Driver because aging seems to add loft to your driver. lol Then the FW's, I had the tournament gift cards to burn, so hard to turn down free Titleist FW's (so to speak)Killer deal alert on adjustable loft hybrids.
Tour Edge Exotics C722 Hybrids on sale at PGA Tour Super Store. $99.98 a piece.
The C version is their “players” version compact hybrid with minimal to no offset. The E version is their more forgiving/more offset version. There are shaft options (at least on the ones I picked up) and they have TE’s version of Fujikura’s Ventus Blue which will pair well with the Ventus Red’s I have in my fairways.
The store has crazy good deals on last year’s 722 lineup, just purchased a couple of these hybrids along with some E722 fairways (3W and 5W) and a couple of C722 3+ Woods I will be turning into mini drivers for both my Texas and Florida bags.
It’s like Xmas in April