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Taylormade Gapr Mid #3 Hybrid

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  • gushamilton
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    So I went and got the 3-mid today. Hit a few at GT and was launching them straight and about 25 yards farther than my 4i (220y). I’ll be putting my M1 hybrid up for sale, I think this will be a perfect replacement.

    In store today at GT for $195 all in. Amazing deal.

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  • gushamilton
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    Thanks everyone - guess I should get out hit a few at a simulator before I commit.

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  • TheSaxemachine
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    Hi have the Gapr 3 Hi and it has stealthily become one of my favorite clubs in the bag. It’s one of the few I can work both ways but the default is just put straight and it great from and lie. I’ve struggled with hybrids in the past and this one works great for me. Only difference I found between lo/mid/hi was forgiveness.

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  • Cdntac
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    I have a 4 Mid and find it pretty easy to hit — a bit easier than the 4 UDI I also have.

    I certainly find it easier to hit than a regular hybrid.

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  • fumippu
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    Hi, I played this for half a season. I took out my 5 wood and put this in early summer. It is definitely not an easy club to hit off the deck compared to 5 wood or 3 hybrid, but easier than pure driving irons. I find GAPR series not suited for high handicappers, and M series hybrid are there for that. I liked it because it reduced my misses to the left (hooks) and more versatile on different lies.

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  • gushamilton
    started a topic Taylormade Gapr Mid #3 Hybrid

    Taylormade Gapr Mid #3 Hybrid

    Anyone have one of these in the bag or have gamed it? I'm interested but I doubt it's that forgiving. Pretty much only playable off the tee or what?

    I have an M1 3H that I rarely use, probably because it's one of my most inconsistent clubs.

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