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HiI am a player of 5 in hcp and wondering about switching out my AP2 710 with 714MB.
I wonder if I will get me a surprise that these clubs are difficult to play with, or is this transition which will go smoothly?
Alright. Good for you. Here's what I would suggest: get a combo set. 3 or 4 iron through 6 in the CB's and then 7-PW in MB's. You will have much more fun and just as much workability. This would be the best option because going straight to MB's from AP2's isnt th ebest idea
I am in the same boat. I'm due for some new weapons from my beat up 710 AP2s...although they shoot like the day they were new.
Not sure I see what's so new about the 714 models to invest another $1200, but going to the CB/MB combo would make a big difference - either really good or really bad...
The MB's are NOT hard to hit. I play 5-PW one degree strong and they are the easiest blades I've ever hit. Plenty forgiving and the turf interaction is unreal.
I'd personally still play an alternate 4 iron though as the MB 4 isn't forgiving at all lol. The 5 iron is super easy to hit, but the 4 is just a different beast all together. I'd play an AP2 4 and 3 (or hybrid).
Did you try the CBs/MBs at the fitter first to see how they hit?