Posted 30 June 2011 - 09:45 AM
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Posted 16 September 2011 - 01:14 PM
I'm curious who's still "vintage" here at GolfWRX. I still have mine in my bag and I absolutely LOVE the club! Gets me out of the rough easier than any hybrid I've used.
Praise the real wood!
I used a Ginty quite a bit in the late 70s/early 80s. It was remarkable how far one could hit those considering they had 29 degrees of loft.
Unfortunately, the sole plate went flying down the range one evening. I know in later years they put a bolt through the crown to better secure those plates.
One of my recent thrift store finds ($2 each)is a set of Cobra Bafflers (3/5/7) with the thick railed brass soleplates. The difference is, the heads on these are graphite instead of laminated wood.
The amazing thing to me is, the 5 wood has about 22 degrees of loft, yet I can hit it further than any 18 degree metal 5 wood I have ever had. High, straight and equally great from fairway, rough and bare dirt. The 7 Wood has about 26 degrees of loft and goes about as far as a 19 degree metal wood. And the shafts on these are shorter than what is typical today as well.
From my personal experience, I have never believed that metal fairway woods were superior to those made of wood, and they're not superior to these graphite heads either.
I would love to see an apples to apples comparison of a 43 inch steel shafted titanium driver to a 43 inch steel shafted persimmon driver. No doubt the larger clubhead would be more forgiving, but how would they stack up against each other on dead center hits?
Posted 29 September 2011 - 05:20 PM
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