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Clubs are listed in my signature, just went on staff with Callaway this year, the old Nike bag is in the background of the last picture.
I would take out whichever club you use the least. If you have to use the three iron more than the 4, take the 4 iron out. If you feel like you can develop partial shots with wedges and can cover your gaps, drop a wedge. Set the bag to use the clubs that are most often required when you play.
I don't often have to hit my 3 iron, I took it out of the bag last year, but added it back in this season. At least for now.
I really like the X Hot off of the tee, I'm using the Pro version which is a slightly smaller head. The standard has a larger head that may be more confidence inspiring off of the tee. I believe they are going to release a slightly larger and deeper faced version as well, like the F-D model from Titleist for the player looking for a 3 wood to use as a driver replacement.
I always tee it up when given the option, I feel that I make the cleanest contact possible even with the tee pushed all the way into the ground.
My first set was my uncle's old Wilson Staff Gooseneck irons. The first set of my own was A set of Tommy Armour 845's.
I tested the Pro version when I was at the Callaway facility. It's a really good driver, solid feel and the ball really jumps off the face. I ended up going with the Razr Fit Xtreme, was a lower spinning club head for me.
It doesn't need the lines on the ball. 400 RPM is about four to five yards of roll after landing and for me, it is two yards of carry so all in all I lose about seven yards due to a ball change.
I'm playing the Hex Black Tour, although I have a bunch of different tour balls that I will test on the launch monitor.
My swing, I have seen spin rate changes up to 400 rpm between your level balls like the ProV1 versus the ProV1x or the 20Xi and the 20Xi-X. I'm getting 500 rpm less spin with the Hex Black Tour compared to the Hex Hot balls I use in my teaching bay.
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