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Vintage Palmer 85 The Standard Forged 3-PW Golf Irons S300
Vintage Palmer 85 The Standard Forged 3-PW Golf Irons S300
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Palmer PHD TOUR Iron Set 4-PW Uniflex RH
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Arnold Palmer The Standard Golf Clubs Tour Blade Forged set irons 4-PW New Grips
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New Vintage Arnold Palmer Boss II Golf Iron Set 3 - PW + Driver Steel Shafts RH
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ARNOLD PALMER PREMIER GRAPHITE IRONS 4-PW / SENIOR SHAFTS / 7025
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Palmer PHD Tourâ¢OS Oversize Iron Set 3-PW Orig Palmer Extreme Firm Flex Shafts
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PALMER THE AXIOM BeCu BERYLLIUM COPPER GRAPHITE FIRM  IRONS 2 3 5 6 8 9 PW SW
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ARNOLD PALMER STERLING PLUS MS 335 MID SIZE 3 TO PW IRON SET
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Turbo Power TM32 Iron Set LH Left-Handed 3-9, SW Rifle Steel (R1715)
Turbo Power TM32 Iron Set LH Left-Handed 3-9, SW Rifle Steel (R1715)
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Arnold Palmer Axiom M.S. Plus Iron Set Golf Clubs 3-9, PW Lite Shafts
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Palmer Axion Iron Golf Clubs
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Arnold Palmer Forged Golf Clubs Vintage 3,5.6,7,8,9-Wedge Set. 6 Irons Total
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Palmer The Standard Iron set Golf Club 1-PW Graphite Stiff
Palmer The Standard Iron set Golf Club 1-PW Graphite Stiff
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Arnold Palmer Golden Standard II Forged Iron Set 3-SW****Gorgeous****
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What hybrids aren't hook machines?

d*ve. said: What head/shaft combo is a fade meister?

w*rbirdlover said: I have yet to hook my Nickents but sometimes get almost a slice. Stock shafts in these suck but if you get a V2 or NV in them (options) they are great. :)

*rishGolfer said: Most have a slightly closed face as standard (I think). Baffler Pro is neutral. Try it and you will like. I used to hook fish with my Sonartec md, but not anymore, nice 5 yard draw! And even a fade on demand!

R*ckinMA said: I haven't had a case of the hooks with this Titleist 585 yet - little draw and high as hell, but not too bad

S*berianDVM said: I believe the Nickent 3DX Ironwood DC models can be worked left or right. I can hit either a draw or a fade with mine; unfortunately, I can't pick which one in advance.

*altim said: Tour Edge JMAX Bazooka Iron wood Tour with an NV 85. The only hybrid I have not had a case of the lefts with. They set up more like the irons they replace rather than small fairway woods.

J*hnny Par said: The Burner Rescue's are square face. I am having trouble with my Baffler DWS as it is closed and graphite. Going with a steel shaft Burner. Will let you guys know how it turns out.

Y*ungun5 said: I was on the lookout for that when I was demoing Nickent 4dx Ironwoods and never had a problem...thus, one is on the way. I've been pleasantly suprised how well my Callaway Heavenwood has done in not hooking like crazy...very stiff shaft could be helping that out however. Haven't bothered to try too many hybrids other than those and my Precept 2-EZ's, which did a good job too of not going left.

*ndacup said: There is technically no such thing as a hook machine...the problem is so many people hit the hybrids with a sweeping motion, like they're woods...you need to hit down on them, like an iron...and the problem is solved.

R*ckinMA said: Quote: Originally Posted by indacup There is technically no such thing as a hook machine...the problem is so many people hit the hybrids with a sweeping motion, like they're woods...you need to hit down on them, like an iron...and the problem is solved. I agree - but I think the problem is the shaft lengths - aren't many hybrids out on the market really just appropriately lengthed fairway woods? you go buy a 3 wood off the rack now and they're like 43+" when they most likely should be hybrid length - tough to swing down on a broom

d*ve. said: No,I don't agree.There are indeed hook machines,they are heel weighted and closed faced,its got nothing to with technique for me,I need a square face and neutral weighting. So technically there are indeed such things as hook machines and the problem isn't solved with changing technique,the last thing I want is to force away the draw

R*ckinMA said: i read something recently that a club would have to be open/closed 5-6* to really effect play - and that all the 1* closed vs square vs open is really just in our heads don't know if it's true, but thought it was interesting

d*ve. said: A combination of high spin head,heel weighting,closed face and high launch shaft isn't in my head,its usually in a bunker left of the green

d*ve. said: The TM I play is ok,but still wants to go left ps my technique is fine

Br*vo said: Quote: Originally Posted by IrishGolfer Most have a slightly closed face as standard (I think). Baffler Pro is neutral. Try it and you will like. I used to hook fish with my Sonartec md, but not anymore, nice 5 yard draw! And even a fade on demand! Ditto on both... And MY TM Rescue Mid is indeed a Hook Machine. I've got to really open the stance to get it to fade... I hit the Bafflers several times out of a friend's bag on the course and they were neutral...also a nice alignment aid.

Br*vo said: Quote: Originally Posted by IrishGolfer Most have a slightly closed face as standard (I think). Baffler Pro is neutral. Try it and you will like. I used to hook fish with my Sonartec md, but not anymore, nice 5 yard draw! And even a fade on demand! Ditto on both... And MY TM Rescue Mid is indeed a Hook Machine. I've got to really open the stance to get it to fade... I hit the Bafflers several times out of a friend's bag on the course and they were neutral...also a nice alignment aid.

*zra76 said: Quote: Originally Posted by indacup There is technically no such thing as a hook machine...the problem is so many people hit the hybrids with a sweeping motion, like they're woods...you need to hit down on them, like an iron...and the problem is solved. We have a winner!! :laugh: They are all hook machines, even my TP which is dead square, low trajectory and COG more towards the face for max workability.... if you hit it incorrectly. I keep it simple, pretend it's my 7iron. I can hit a controlled draw, love hitting the trap draw with it, hit it straight high and low and hit a massive high fade with it. They take a little while to get used to, I don't think most people give them enough chance to see the real benefits. It's not a 2iron, it's not a 5wood, it's hybrid and it kicks the crap out of an iron. I'll put my 10cap swing with a hybrid against a +1 cap with a 2iron from 218yds. any day of the week, for all the $$ I have on me.

S*berianDVM said: Quote: Originally Posted by ezra76 I'll put my 10cap swing with a hybrid against a +1 cap with a 2iron from 218yds. any day of the week, for all the $$ I have on me. So how many +1 handicappers do you know that walk around with just 17 cents and an old Snickers wrapper in their cargo shorts?

*zra76 said: Quote: Originally Posted by SiberianDVM So how many +1 handicappers do you know that walk around with just 17 cents and an old Snickers wrapper in their cargo shorts? I'll go pink slips with you. :laugh: You got your blade 2iron? I got my salvage title for my '92 Civic.

J*FF4i said: Golf Pinks? Oh that would rock so hard.

S*berianDVM said: I do have a blade 2 iron, an Apex II, circa 1980. It's the only club in the 2-PW set that has absolutely zero face wear. :D Let me see what we have in the pink slip department: How about a two-tone Nash out behind the barn? :biglol:

Lyl*G said: Quote: Originally Posted by RickinMA i read something recently that a club would have to be open/closed 5-6* to really effect play - and that all the 1* closed vs square vs open is really just in our heads don't know if it's true, but thought it was interesting It is completely true.

*zra76 said: Quote: Originally Posted by SiberianDVM I do have a blade 2 iron, an Apex II, circa 1980. It's the only club in the 2-PW set that has absolutely zero face wear. :D Let me see what we have in the pink slip department: How about a two-tone Nash out behind the barn? :biglol: Straight 8? You're on!! http://www.shottalk.com/forum/images/icons/icon10.gif

*racer said: Quote: Originally Posted by indacup There is technically no such thing as a hook machine...the problem is so many people hit the hybrids with a sweeping motion, like they're woods...you need to hit down on them, like an iron...and the problem is solved. Ding ding ding ding !!!!

G*odDay said: Quote: Originally Posted by ezra76 I'll put my 10cap swing with a hybrid against a +1 cap with a 2iron from 218yds. any day of the week, for all the $$ I have on me. Sure thing. Bring it to Myrtle. The + handicap I play with regularly hits a 4-iron at sea level into the wind at 220. You once stated you shot a 113 during a trip to Florida? Is that all you got? Bring all your money. Hell, I'll even pay for the round. *knuckles*

*zra76 said: Quote: Originally Posted by GoodDay Sure thing. Bring it to Myrtle. The + handicap I play with regularly hits a 4-iron at sea level into the wind at 220. You once stated you shot a 113 during a trip to Florida? Is that all you got? Bring all your money. Hell, I'll even pay for the round. *knuckles* I got $21 right now. http://www.shottalk.com/forum/images/icons/icon10.gif You got a spot with 2" rought and a 50ft. treeline blocking the line 80 yds. in front with the green at 220? I'd consider it. :laugh:

*ndacup said: Quote: Originally Posted by RickinMA i read something recently that a club would have to be open/closed 5-6* to really effect play - and that all the 1* closed vs square vs open is really just in our heads don't know if it's true, but thought it was interesting THis statement is almost good enough to start an entire thread....and very true. I am amazed at how many golfers come into our shop or email us with very specific specs on their clubs...such as a driver that they want me to handpick somewhere between a 9.5 to a 9.7...1/2* closed..and assembled at a D-2.3 swing weight. First off, since no one has a repeatable swing, I can get you a club exactly to your specs...but I guarantee you that the head, by the time you make impact will do so anywhere between 8.0 to 16 degrees, maybe more depending on how you make impact....and the 1/2 degree closed??? That can be negated, and WILL be everytime you swing... To even think that you can set your club at address at the measurements I set you up in...and then you swing the head back...the head traveling an on arc about 25' back...and then forward another 25' at 90+ mph... Trust me, the likelyhood of you making contact EXACTLY at 1/2* closed....will very, rarely, happen. People need to quit getting obsessed with certain specs and concentrate more on others.... Most golfers need to concentrate of club length,STATIC weight.... get MORE loft, and softer flex shafts.

d*ve. said: As I said earlier,its not the face on its own,its the combination of heel weighting,closed face and high launch high spin head/shafts.These things want to go left,they are genuinely aimed at higher handicappers.So rather than debate whether I have a solid enough technique,I just wanted some suggestions on what hybrids are aimed at a player who doesn't need help drawing the ball.I have not imagined a constant draw when I hit these things

B*rg said: Quote: Originally Posted by dave. As I said earlier,its not the face on its own,its the combination of heel weighting,closed face and high launch high spin head/shafts.These things want to go left,they are genuinely aimed at higher handicappers.So rather than debate whether I have a solid enough technique,I just wanted some suggestions on what hybrids are aimed at a player who doesn't need help drawing the ball.I have not imagined a constant draw when I hit these things I can't speak for anyone else but the Adams A2 that I have is the only hybrid that I could hit a controlled fade with. I have demo'd the A3 and its the same story plus it comes with a better shaft (VS proto instead of NV) Worth a shot.

*zra76 said: Forget my previous posts. I had 225 in downhill on a par 5 and I think my ProV is in some kids bedroom across the street from the course right now. This wimpy ReAx is coming out for a 95X VS Proto and I'm tipping it with some lead tape toeside on the head. Either that or I'm getting a NS1150 tour steel shaft in an X.

S*berianDVM said: Nickent 3DX Ironwood DC with a UST ProForce V2 hybrid shaft rules. Accept no other.

d*ve. said: I don't understand the concept of graphite on a hybrid

5*ron said: Quote: Originally Posted by RickinMA i read something recently that a club would have to be open/closed 5-6* to really effect play - and that all the 1* closed vs square vs open is really just in our heads don't know if it's true, but thought it was interesting Its not the club... AHHHHHHHHHHH, JK, thats a pretty cool idea thouhg, good post. :)

S*berianDVM said: Quote: Originally Posted by dave. I don't understand the concept of graphite on a hybrid Well, Bobby Jones probably thought steel was just going to be a fad, too. :D