Good afternoon guys have a question I’m in the market for a 5 wood I recently seen your new Fairway Woods the KE4 T which come in a 3, 4 and 5 wood my question is I like hitting and feel confident in hitting 5 woods not 3 woods or haven’t seen one iam comfortable hitting yet my question is which of your KE4 tour hybrids would be equivalent to a 7 wood or can it be my other question is you’re driving iron what would that replace ?
In the latest book Ralph referenced a 4 hybrid as a replacement for a 7 wood or a 3 or 4 iron as a replacement for a 7 wood. He does explain that this is a very general reference because of variations in club lengths and lofts within the industry but it is a good starting point. With our KE4 TC Hybrid and FDI driving irons it is probably a pretty good reference. With the adjustable weights you have the ability to use different lengths to help create a separation. You would hit the hybrid higher than the driving iron which can factor in your distance. Ralph creates this form that you can use to calculate a length and loft needed to fill the space between your longest hitting club and shorter club. You can download the form and print it.