Mixed. I find that a driver for example, one brand seems to work better for me than the brand my irons are, and my 3 wood is yet another brand. So I may have 4 different brands of clubs, Only because I like the feel. I'm not brand loyal for the most part, but on a limited income and retired, I have to watch my spending, so a 400.00 driver is out of the question.
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Mixed bag here but have been gravitating to PING lately. Ping Irons, driver and hybrid, tour exotics hybrid, odessey putter, and a no name wedge at the moment all inside a tity bag. They way I look at it is, whatever I hit the best, whatever has the features I like to have I will buy and not care about who makes it.
I've always had a mixed bag, but that is usually due to which club I can get the best value on when I'm in the market for something. I've got some Adams fairway woods and a Titlelist putter. I started playing Cobra irons because I found a used set in mint condition for almost nothing, bought them without hitting them. Absolutely loved them once I hit them. Because of that experience I just bought a Cobra driver.
I honestly wouldn't worry about having a mixed bag or one manufacturer. The only time I look at another golfer's clubs is if I get put with random people. Before we tee off I like to see what they are playing so I can get a ROUGH idea of their skill level. Doesn't always pan out; I've played with guys who have $2,000 set ups and couldn't break 100 and I've been the guy with a $250 bag that shoots an 80.