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By Mike D

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  1. Just changed my setting on my TS3 driver from A1 to C3. Works really well. I have experimented with the driver settings several times previously. The question is this just to save time. Should the Surefit setting follow the driver setting through the fairway metals and even the hybrid? I currently have a nice shape (slight draw with the fairways and hybrid) with the settings for all three (3 metal, 5 metal, & 21 degree hybrid). Should I try the C3 just to see what happens or is there no relationship? The A1 setting on the driver gave me a slight fall of fade unless I really worked hard to keep it straight. Thanks.

  2. Mike M

    Mike M
    Salem MA

    Try it? What's the worse that can happen? If you don't like the ball flight after the change, just go back to the original setting.
  3. Hey Mike D, I too have played with my Surefit settings, and as you began with the driver and contemplated the same thing. So I did try them on my 3 wood and my hybrids. But I noticed as the loft changed i saw varying degrees of ball direction. So, in the end, I ended up tailoring each one to get the shape I wanted. if your happy with the way they are I say leave them but, it also doesn't hurt o play with them a bit at the range and experiment.
  4. Manny A

    Manny A
    Staten Island, NY

    Have the same set up and use C3 on all of them. I did play with all the settings before settling on C3. Ball just rockets of the face and goes mostly how I envision it.. beautiful ball flight!!
  5. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    The settings are for exactly what you wanted to do with the driver. Just like there is not necessarily a good idea to use the same shaft (line) in fairways and hybrids, you should only adjust any individual club to fine tune it. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it".

    My TS1 driver, TS2 fairway, and 818 hybrid are all set differently.
  6. Barry B

    Barry B
    Lake St Louis, MO

    You like your current shot shape with your fairways and hybrid, then it seems like there is no reason to change.
  7. Thanks for the replies. I did go to the range today with the 3, 5, & hybrid set to C3 from the previous A1. Fortunately, the changed setting did not seem to "exaggerate" the slight draw that was present on the A1 setting; however, on miss-swings, the ball flight was straight and not the fall off fade that I usually got previously. The slight added loft really added a nice trajectory to all three clubs. Also, I was able to confirm the C3 was great for my driver on the second range session today. As it happens, I do have Kuro Kage Black shafts in all four clubs. I have a TS4 due in on Monday as a trial replacement for my TS3...
  8. Ford

    Ford
    Grand Rapids

    I have a C3 on my 915D2 10.5* and A1 on my 818 19*. I've always wondered if C3 is the right setting, and if it is, should I change my hybrid to it as well. I might have to give it a try...thanks for posting. Re-post if you change it back.
  9. Diego D

    Diego D
    Miami, FL

    I have a different setting for my driver, fairway wood and hybrid. Play with the settings in the range, however, stick to what works.

    Good luck!
  10. Lou G

    Lou G
    San Diego, CA

    Mike D said:

    Just changed my setting on my TS3 driver from A1 to C3. Works really well. I have experimented with the driver settings several times previously. The question is this just to save time. Should the Surefit setting follow the driver setting through the fairway metals and even the hybrid? I currently have a nice shape (slight draw with the fairways and hybrid) with the settings for all three (3 metal, 5 metal, & 21 degree hybrid). Should I try the C3 just to see what happens or is there no relationship? The A1 setting on the driver gave me a slight fall of fade unless I really worked hard to keep it straight. Thanks.

    They should. The hybrids are spaced 1* between lie angle settings. Driver and fairways 3/4*.

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