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What 14 Clubs do you carry?

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I'm in the process of filling out my bag, and I was wondering which 14 clubs I should collect for my bag.

So what 14 clubs do you carry?
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ATM im carrying. Driver, 3W, then a 19° Hybrid. Then I got my taylormade R7's from 4 iron to AW (Includes PW) then I have a Titleist Vokey 58° and 60°. The of course my putter.
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My signature.
Though I might be adding a 52* Nitro wedge. A crappy brand I know but I might be getting it for less than 10 bucks.
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See my signature. I have contemplated dropping the 17* hybrid for a 60* wedge or a 20* hybrid, but haven't made up my mind.
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My money pit is in the signature. The hybrids are holdovers from my last set, about to drop the 4h when I get a more consistent hang on the 3i. I'll likely replace it with a 52 degree, an empty slot in the bag is another opportunity to waste money on my horrible golf game.
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See my signature. I have room for 2 more clubs, my PW is 44* and my SW is 54* so I'm thinking of getting a 50* wedge and then either a 58* wedge or a 2-hybrid.
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see sig line.



good luck.
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1 - Driver
2 - 3 wood 15º
3 - 5 wood 18,5º
4 - 3 iron or 23º hybrid
11 - 4-PW
12 - 52.08
13 - 58.12
14 - Putter

Details below.
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driver
4 wood
3,4,5,6,7,8,9
PW
52˚
56˚
60˚
putter
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Driver, 3-wood, 3-PW, GW, SW, LW, putter. If I'm playing a tight course, or in high winds, I'll drop the 3-wood for a 2 iron.
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I carry:
1. Driver
2. 3 wood
3. 5 wood
4. 3 iron
5. 4 iron
6. 5 iron
7. 6 iron
8. 7 iron
9. 8 iron
10. 9 iron
11. Pitching wedge
12. Sand Wedge
13. Empty
14. Putter
I left 13 as empty because I hope to add a lob wedge soon after my birthday. I also want to eventually upgrade my putter and irons.
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9.5* Driver
3 Wood (rarely ever used)
2 Iron
3-PW
56* SW
60* LW
Putter

My plan is to replace the 3 wood with a 4 wood. Then, I want to replace my 50* Mp-14 PW probably with a 52 degree wedge, as I have a huge hole between my PW and SW right now (about 35 yards).
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Just look below. However i don't always carry the 5 wood.
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10.5* driver
15* 3-wood
17* hybrid
3-PW
52* and 60* wedges
putter
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