March 12, 2018 at 02:23 AM
By Ryan M
What's up guys, and gals,
1st off I know the correct answer of my question is to "get fit", heck I give that answer to most questions like this (because it's the right answer), but where I live it's just not possible.
So with that out of the way I was curious what you AP2 users are using for 818 hybrid gaps? I'm playing 5 iron through 50*, and my current hybrids are the 915H 21* and 24* (set at C1 so 20.25*, 23.25*). What I would like to do is get the same exact setup but as you know there's no 24* (21* is set on what I want it's the next other head I'm not sure of).
So just as your "suggestion", (to someone who prefers a flatter lie angle, and fade bias set up) what would you think would be the best route to go? Maybe a 23* in B1, and possibly the Surefit CG in fade, or 25* in C1 and possibly in fade Surefit CG? I'm leaning toward 25 in C1, because I don't like to add loft (closing the face address), but want to have enough gapping between 5 iron and the 25*.
Anyways so in a hypothetical scenario....(I know getting fit on a LM is the correct way to go but I just don't have that option, or to even hit them within a 115 miles or more.) Going off what's been said what would you suggest?
March 12, 2018 at 03:01 PM
If your set on having a 21 degree 818 hybrid, some options might be:
1) 718 AP2 4 iron (24 degrees)
2) 718 T-MB 4 iron bent a degree weak
3) 818 Hybrid (23 degree go with C-4 setting which would be .75 degree flatter and an overall of 23.75 degrees for loft)
If you would consider a 19 degree 818 hybrid you could:
1) 818 hybrid (23 degrees)
2) 718 T-MB 4 iron (23 degrees)
3) 718 AP2 4 iron bent 1 degree strong (23 degrees)
Let us know what you end up with.
Stuart BGREENOCK, 0
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