would a 913F 19* and a 910H19* be too small a yardage gap?

My 910F 15* is good for neighborhood of 220yds, my 910H 19 is in the 195 range, and my 910H 21 (set to 22.5) is around a 180 club.  I think I could learn to take some yardage off the 19, and drop the 21,  but I'd like to add something a bit longer.  Would a 913 5w do the trick?

The 913F 19* should give about 205-210.  You could drop the 19H and choke down 1/2" to hit 195 or 1" for 185.   Fairway woods generally give about 5-10 yards more vs the hybrid with the same loft.

I would hit a 910F 19* about 190 and a 910H 21* about 170.

Your heading shows 913F 19* which would be a five wood but the body of the post shows 913F 15*. Kinda hard to tell whats really going on.

Looking back over your post  I see what I believe your asking.  If your 220 carry with the 910f and not total distance the 19* might put you in the 210 range. I would suggest that a club fitting might be needed to gap your distances. Side spin, trajectory and maximum carry could be crucial. A tour player survives on precise distances but not so much for most of us.

Likely.  The 19F may be a litte longer than the 19H, but if you are consistent with the 19H on distance, you may not want to give that up.  What is the distance on your 4I?

Try setting the 19H to 18.25 and the 21 to 21 first.

Don O

Likely.  The 19F may be a litte longer than the 19H, but if you are consistent with the 19H on distance, you may not want to give that up.  What is the distance on your 4I?

Try setting the 19H to 18.25 and the 21 to 21 first.

Agreed with Don.   I did a similar thing with my 27H - set it to 26.5 and it was only 5 yards less than my 9 wood, so I dropped the fairway since I am much more accurate with the hybrid.  I actually hit it straighter and more consistent with the D2 setting of the 27H vs D3 or A3 AND farther.

I also set my 19F to 20.5 (B3) and I hit it dead straight and cleanly.   20 yards between the 19F and 27H is not insurmountable because I have become proficient at hitting a choke down shot with the 19F to cover the gap (I played with a 7 wood and 5-26H before getting the 910s and that worked pretty well).