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post #73 of 76
1. Titleist (best overall offerings)
2. Mizuno (great irons, had a mp-001 driver a while ago and it wasn't terrible)
3. Ping (questionable wedges)
4. Taylormade (great woods, gaudy irons)
5. Cleveland (wedges are only thing I have used)
6. Callaway (never really liked any of their offerings)
post #74 of 76

Been playing with Mizuno blades for the last 11 years.

 

Have not seen any club that will give me the same buttery feel of their blades. Great clubs to work the ball too.

post #75 of 76

I have played all the big name brands out there and I play golf every day so I have quite a bit of experience. Titleist and Ping are up there, but I would have to agree with you on Taylormade being the best bet. They have irons for all skill levels, their woods can't be beat and their new putter line is outstanding. Their wedges are also very good. All in all, Taylormade hands down.

post #76 of 76

I agree....it's not about the brand ..it's about how comfortable and effective you are with the respective club...I play Nike Driver (Dymo), Cleveland Hibore 3 hybrid, Nike(Sumo2 hybrids) long irons (4-7) and Cleveland Niblick scoring clubs(8-SW)...and a Taylormade Daytona 1 Classic putter with AGSI+ insert...I love them all...but I love them because they are right for me.

 

Most often you'll even see that Tour Pros do not have a bagfull of any one OEM sticks ...and they are required by their sponsors to carry X number of the company's products..but often vary when given the flexibility to select outside that manufacturers options...the pros play what feels most confident and produces results-and so should we duffers!  LOL

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