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post #55 of 76

I never thought I would have just one brand, but it is slowly becoming all Maltby clubs.  I'll soon replace the Bobby Jones hybrid with a Maltby 3H, but I won't be swapping out the wedges any time soon. 

 

For the future, I don't see any clubs other than Maltby, Wishon or Acer in my bag.

post #56 of 76

I just went all one brand, used to have prima 3 irons (ping eye 2 knock offs) adams wedge driver and hybrid+fw and a dunlop putter, just switched over to all callaway/odyssey. Love all of this stuff! Glad I made the switch.

 

post #57 of 76

Would have to be Titliest.....ooops sorry they already are a2_wink.gif

post #58 of 76

Probably Taylormade they are the most innovative out of all the brands.

post #59 of 76

Definitely Titleist, because I have nothing but good things to say about my 910D2 and Vokeys, and the California Del Mar is similar to my Odyssey #9. They cover all of my important clubs. Then I would just have to get the 910F, 910H, and AP2s probably and I'd be done. Although I have no complaints about my set as it is. 

post #60 of 76

I could be talked into an all Maltby or all Wishon bag.  Just today I took my Adams hybrids out and put the Wishon 331's back in.  I've been trying to give the Adams a chance and I love the irons (A-4 forged with XCaliber shafts) but I just hit the Wishon hybrids better.
 

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Originally Posted by glock35ipsc View Post

I never thought I would have just one brand, but it is slowly becoming all Maltby clubs.  I'll soon replace the Bobby Jones hybrid with a Maltby 3H, but I won't be swapping out the wedges any time soon. 

 

For the future, I don't see any clubs other than Maltby, Wishon or Acer in my bag.



 

post #61 of 76
Being that I am still pretty new to the whole golf world don't take my opinion to seriously but i could see all ping for sure. Possibly nike or Callaway but i am also digging my new burner 2.0 four iron so who knows.
post #62 of 76

I wouldn't have said this last week but now I'm a firm believer.  Adams no doubt.  Everything they have feels so good even if they don't have the prestige that Titleist, Ping, Callaway, Ect. has.  They are very good and good for thebeginner golfer like yourself.

post #63 of 76

titleist in a heartbeat. In my opinion their drivers, irons and wedges are unmatched in the market for quality and control at the moment. I am infact looking at getting some special edition vokeys and a new set of titleist irons within the next few weeks. THe only thing i would not want is a titleist putter. Ive just never been a fan 

post #64 of 76

Nike.

 

I have almost all Nike clubs right now. I had Acuity irons from Dick's that worked ok, but I wanted some of my own (they're my dad's), so I went to Golf Galaxy and tried some stuff. They had a Nike Slingshot steel shaft set for $299. I really liked the feel of these compared to the others, I hit well with them, and I liked the way they looked both aesthetically and at address. Plus I've always like Nike stuff. From football to shoes, Nike's been a favorite of mine since I was a kid. So I picked up the set in June, and I've loved them. I did need a driver, though, since the driver from the old set was beheaded somehow b4_blushing.gif... I went back to Golf Galaxy and they had a Nike Ignite 460cc for $31.99. Needed a new grip, but the head was in great condition, and it has a Graffalloy Blue 65 shaft on it, and it's treated me well. I didn't find anything else that nice at that price, so I grabbed it. I also upgraded my putter to a Nike Method Core... again, it just felt good, and I hit better with it than the Odyssey I was also looking at. The Odyssey had more weight, and I found myself over-doing most putts.

 

So that's a Nike driver, hybrid, irons, and putter. My SW, 3, and 5 wood are still Acuity, so they still need upgrading (I hate the wedge, and the woods are kind of "bleh"). Who knows, maybe Nike will come through for me again.

post #65 of 76

I would personally go with one of the following:

 

Nike

Adams

Cleveland

Wilson Staff

post #66 of 76
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Originally Posted by golf4tito View Post

If you had to have one brand of clubs in your bag....which would it? How often do individuals actually do this?

 

I am a beginner who is really impressed with the Taylor Made line of clubs from top to bottom but wanted to hear input from more experienced players.



I'm a Titleist lover, especially with their clubs for the short game-- Vokey wedges, Cameron putters.  Strangely enough, I don't own a Vokey or Cameron, though I've messed around with a lot at stores.  The issue is that they're just too expensive for me.  I still play a Titleist 975J driver, 8.5 degree.  It's old by typical standards, but it still looks great and plays great.  I think that's what Titleist really prides themselves on: feel.  Need to get a better paying job so I can afford them comfortably.  MacGregor is another good brand... very underrated.  

post #67 of 76

If they had a full line of clubs, it would be Cobra.  Their irons and drivers just feel "right."  On the other hand, you would have to pry my Vokey wedges out of my cold dead hands and I am rather fond of the feel of my 910H.

post #68 of 76

Really tough decision. If all 14 clubs had to be the same brand I would probably go with Callaway.

post #69 of 76

I just took the game back up after 12 years.  I decided to upgrade my clubs which were Adams Assault VMI.  No second thoughts, I went straight to Adams and chose a newer set.

 

I vote Adams for the whole bag, but I do like the specialty putter brands.  My whole bag is Adams except for my Never Compromise NCX-Ray putter.  Putters are so special, I'd go for an integrated single brand for everything else, but look to the specialty putter brands for that 1 club.

 

Also, keep in mind you can fill in with 1 brand but cross lines in the brand.  I have A3OS irons, A3 Hybrids, Insight XTD Driver & FW, and Tom Watson Wedges.

post #70 of 76

Titleist all the way.... Callaway would be my second choice, the Vokey wedges and the scotty cameron putters are just the best in class. 

 

They are a good choice for a beginner also. Just very good clubs.

post #71 of 76
If I could only pick 1 brand, probably Ping. They have great products for every level of golfer, so you could stay with Ping from beginner to scratch. Area they seem weakest are wedges. It's pretty rare to see someone with 100% of their bag as a single brand. Better to get clubs that work for you regardless of who makes 'em.
post #72 of 76

For a while I was all Adams Golf with the exception of my putter. But I have since dropped my Adams wedges for Scratch.

 

If I had to go one brand, it would be Adams Golf. I love their irons and their woods. Despite not having a lot of options, the wedges aren't bad and they have decent putters with the Yes! brand.

 

Bridgestone and Nike would probably be my runner ups.

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