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SteveWB H.Cap (28) 11/01/2014
OK, prepare to laugh! It's been a long time since I bought a new club - I usually inherit my son's cast-offs!. I played my very first shot with this club off the first fairway of my first round in 2014. My partner said 'wow, great shot.' Then I noticed I hadn't removed the plastic wrapping from the clubhead!! So it just got better. Nice feel; nice balance; great boost to an ageing golfer whose long irons do not always merit a 'wow'.
Trewinnick H.Cap (21) 08/04/2013
I have always played irons better than woods. I am delighted with the extra distance that I now get from my Hybrid which feels more like an iron.
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