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Danielocean

I'm back in the saddle.

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I just got a brand new set of glubs over the past week. I am also new to this forum so this is my way of saying hello to everyone. I have been playing for about 10 years and unfortunately last year my family and I ran into hard times and I had to sell my clubs and hang my golf shoes up for a while. Now that things are back to normal ( i think), my wife let me go and start the process of building a new set. So far I got a great deal on a set of Taylormade burner 2.0 hp irons that hit great. Taylormade white smoke putter, Taylormade Superfast 2.0 9.5 degree driver, and Taylormade superfast 2.0 3 wood. I am currently testing wedges right now. My iron set only goes down to AW 50 degrees. I can only afford one wedge right now and I am leaning towards the Vokeys. I just have no idea on what degree wedge should be my next club. I am leaning towards a 56, or a 58. Good to be hear everyone hope to make a few friends here.

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Well my set is now complete. Just spent about 2 hours at the golf shop and tried out tons of wedges while a club fitter monitored me on the launch monitor. He was actually very surprised that the wedges I hit the most consistent and the farthest was the wedges from the Adams Tom Watson set. The club fitter told me there was no reason to buy more expensive vokeys since I hit these the best. I saved alot of money today by not going by impulse and buying three Vokeys. Instead i took the smarter sensible route and came out very happy.

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My uncle plays the Tom Watson classic wedges and loves them. I think he got them in a set of 3? Welcome to the site.

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