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:cool: I own the Adams Idea A1 Hybrid Irons and the Adams Tight Lies GT Woods.

When you lay it out on paper here is what you get:


9* Driver-

15* 3 Wood-

19* 5 Wood-

17* 3 Hybrid Iron-

21* 4 Hybrid Iron-

5 Iron-

6 Iron-

Notice that the 19* 5 Wood has more degrees loft than the 17* 3 Hybrid Iron, does this necessarily mean I should be able to hit my 3 Hybrid Iron farther than my 5 Wood? Because my results at the range are so skewed I can’t get a definite answer.

So should it be?

9* Driver-

15* 3 Wood-

17* 3 Hybrid Iron-

19* 5 Wood-

21* 4 Hybrid Iron-

5 Iron-

6 Iron-
 

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To be honest, there wont be that much difference between the 3 wood and the hybrid. Woods have a tendency to go a little further due to a larger sweetspot.

Best thing to do is over the course of 3 trips to the range, hit 10 balls with each and pace out the average.

After 3 different trips and 30 shots with both clubs you should get yourself a difinitive answer.
 

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Yeah, thats kinda what I did, and like I was saying the results were so skewed I didn't get a definite answer because I hit both clubs about the same distance. Thanks for he help.
 

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It might pay to take one of them out of the bag and add an extra wedge if they both work out equal.
 
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