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Date Posted: 07:14:04 07/28/14 Mon
Author: Ken
Subject: Woods vs Irons

I retired 4 years ago and I play 9 holes 4 times a week. I have been using Hybrid woods exclusively and had moderate success. I came across the Gria Golf web site and wondered how hybrid irons would benefit my game compared to the hybrid wood clubs I already have. I can tell you that after 2 months using a the hybrid irons, I stopped carrying all but 1 of my hybrid woods. The ease in which I can hit the ball and the ball actually ends up where I am aiming it is remarkable. The beauty of using these hybrid irons, is that I did not have to change my swing at all. The swing plane is the same for the irons as well as the woods. I bought a new set because I wanted to try them out with a piece of mind of a return policy. My buddy Al purchased a demo set and you could not tell the difference between the 2 sets.

I was so impressed that I wanted to share my story!

Ken, VA

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[> Re: Woods vs Irons -- Gerald, 10:28:59 07/28/14 Mon [1]

Ken, did it take you very long to get the feel of the clubs. I am interested but not sure if they will work for me. Did you loose/gain distance?


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[> [> Re: Woods vs Irons -- Ken, 05:38:58 07/29/14 Tue [1]

Gerry, not at all. I went to the range and hit a medium bucket and by the time I was done I was so confident and comfortable, that went home and emptied my bag of the current clubs. Initially the distance was the same or slightly less than what I was used to. However after a few rounds I was able to increase my distance, and actually had to re-think my club selection depending on where I was in relation to the flag. Get off the fence!


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[> Re: Woods vs Irons -- robert, 06:27:36 07/30/14 Wed [1]

Ken, I have great success with my wedges, especially my sand wedge. Does the Nova's allow me to use my own sand wedge without affecting play using the Nova's? Is the shaft flex considered average or moderate or ...?


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[> [> Re: Woods vs Irons -- Ken, 04:26:16 07/31/14 Thu [1]

Robert, I carry a sand wedge because I have had it for so long and I am very comfortable using it. I do not use it very much because I get wonderful results with the hybrid PW in most situations. I find when I do use the SW, I have no problem adjusting to the shorter length. I not sure what the flex is considered, I just know it has amazing feel and accuracy.


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