(Titliest DCI's, TaylorMade Bubble 3W, and Ping putter)
These clubs are perfectly fine, and I will probably never buy another set.
No need. It's the swing, not the clubs.
That said, I do not own a driver.
I gave my last one away. (Big Bertha, 1995)
I used to be a 12 handicap, but am now 20+ after a 10 year break.
I'm playing again, so I was thinking I'd just get an old driver for $30 on Ebay. They're all the same to me.
Then, someone in another thread said that while irons and putters are about the same...
drivers have really come a long way since 1997 (more forgiving, huge sweet spot, etc)
So, maybe I should spend a little more and get a more "modern" driver?
If so, can you recommend a driver I can buy blind off Ebay?
Some people go through drivers like underwear, so I know there's TONS of stuff to buy used that is mint and perfectly fine for me.
However, it's hard to know what kind to get without demo'ing.
I am not a big hitter.
For the record, I send my 3W about 200 yards.
My 3 iron about 180.
My PW about 100 yards.
I don't have the booming loft that single digit handicappers have.
For many years, I teed off with a 3W or 3I.
I prefer damage control over distance.
I can afford any club out there, but I don't like wasting money either.
And it's hard to spend a lot when you truly think if the swing is flawed, no driver in the world will help you.
Someone mentioned a Ping G15.
I am thinking regular flex and 12 degree (less hook/slice).
Any others that are a "safe" driver for me?