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Then definitely go G20. Don't want to be questioning the craftmanship of you clubs
I would say either irons Nike or PING would be great and for a very long time. If you like the G20s I don't think you will ever "grow" to of them unless your ego takes control of you and you WANT "players" irons.   I would suggest making your choice on whichever one you can get the best custom fit with. Don't buy the Nikes and get a shotty fitting.    However if you can get a great fitting and good craftmanship on the Nikes  for a reasonable price, those would be my...
Do you go to school in Burlington at CC?   But as far as driver suggestions, I would say all those options would be a good choice. Go to the store and try them out with different shafts. Honestly it will probably come down to looks, brand, and feel.    Also pay attention to shaft length. Many stock shafts on drivers are 46" which is crazy long. Titleist and I think Cobra have 45" which is a bit better. Otherwise a custom club may be good if you have the funds.   Best...
PGATSS blows golfsmith and golf galaxy out of the water in my opinion. I live in Downer's Grove, IL and they are all within a 1/4 mile from each other. PGATSS always has the lowest prices and if they don't they will match the other stores. You can even use other golf store gift cards there. The selection is much greater. The used clubs prices are unbeatable at the PGATSS. They also have the best fitters and club repair around. I find the Downers Grove store to have better...
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As far as GI irons go I think pings are almost unbeatable. However I think the cobras are nice and they are a great value. I don't know why the guy at your golf store talked them down. Not to mention, who is that guy anyway? I would guess there are a lot of people that know much more about clubs than him. Most of the people at the golf shops are not really club experts. They are just people and most of them fall into the same traps as anyone. Cobra has been making some...
Just don't worry about the numbers on the bottom of the clubs. Get the irons you hit well. If that means you have 4-GW or 5-GW or 6-GW it doesn't matter. Just get the clubs you can "consistently" hit well at reasonable distance gaps.  Lower CGs are supposed to launch the ball higher but with the cranked lofts this does not always happen. Basically making GI irons just big headed irons that may give you a little more forgiveness on mishits, however I don't personally really...
Thanks for the info BeCU
Depends on the club and how it is set up. Also depends on the golfer
Thanks for your thoughts on the v-sole. I have been looking at the SCOR wedges and think that they feel great. I also like how the mass is distributed well from the bottom to the top of the club to help get consistent distance if I hit it hight on the face when I'm in the deep rough. That is a brutal distance killer with traditional wedges. Can you tell me about how the v-sole performed in the sand? Does the bounce increase if you lay them open? Did you ever feel there was...
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