Which GAPR are you interested in & why? (Answer for a chance to WIN a custom GAPR of your choice!)

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ChanderJA
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I am interested the GAPR MID because I often struggle to hit my long irons with any consistency. My 5 iron is my longest iron that I feel comfortable hitting into greens. Longer distances usually mean a lay up for me.
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Ajmag14
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I am interested in the gapr lo. I have always played the low stinger as my go to fairway finder, but I’m afraid my current, well, not so current, 20+ year old burner 3 iron ain’t really working the best anymore.... I’d like to upgrade to something younger than me preferably.....
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JGR
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GAPR Lo I currently have a Cobra black 3-4 utility. Great club but there can always be improvements. The Cobra utility is very dead feeling above the sweet spot and goes nowhere.
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Putt4eagle
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I am looking for a 225yrd club for particular holes I play on a regular basis. Some are par 3s and others are par 5s I could reach in two with that distance. It would be the mid for me, I think.
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old9iron
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The gap between my 5 wood (18*) and my 3 iron (21*) is too wide. Sometimes I need a club that can yield a tighter dispersion than my 5 wood when the fairways are narrow and the greens are small. Also, I need a club to reach few long par 3s on courses that I play regularly where 3 iron leaves me short sometimes.
 
The GAPR MID could be a "2.5 iron" that could replace my 5 wood or 3 iron when needed using the adjustable loft sleeve. This would make the GAPR MID the club that fits in my bag to help with my course strategy. I have always had this problem but felt the solution is a bit more gradually than just adding a hybrid or driving iron.
 
The GAPR MID will help me rebuild confidence in these two critical areas and begin to lower my scores!
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Jocckk
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I'm a newbie to golfing so I have no idea which one, therefore one of each will suffice. Thank you
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Herbtaylor
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Like many of us seniors, the mid and longer irons are increasingly difficult to hit. I fight a hook and most hybrids I see are really hook biased, and brother I can hook the begeezus out of them. The GAPR sits really square and gives me the confidence I want at address, without a big fat toe looking at me. The big hole in my bag today is the 5-iron, so that GAPR with a medium flex shaft is my choice. Thanks, HT

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Alesgolf
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I am interested in mid gapr, because I need a club between 15 degrees 3 wood and 22 degrees 4 hybrid. I think mid gapr should be a perfect choice.
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Todd3pc
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I love a good long iron. Currently have the Adams DHY 3 and these look similar I would have to go with GAPR LO
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