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post #19 of 35

almost.......

 

Taylormade SLDR

Taylormade Tour 5w

Taylormade  Tour3H

Taylormade  Tour5h

Taylormade  Rocketblade tour 5-PW

Cleveland RTG 54 & 58

Scotty Cameron Newport Platinum

post #20 of 35
I am getting to be more and more a Titleist fanboy it seems, but definately still a mixed bag here.

There is certainly no good reason not to mix brands, so long as the bits are working for you. And I certainly don't think using only one brand makes your bag more "professional" looking when people check your sticks around the first tee. Perhaps just the opposit.
post #21 of 35
Let's see ...

Driver: Nike VR_S Covert Tour
3-Wood: Adams Speedline Fast 12
2-Hybrid: Mizuno MX-700
3-PW: Nike VR Forged Pro Combo
SW: Titleist Vokey Spin Milled
LW: Callaway Forged Wedge
Putter: Nike Unitized


A little Nike-heavy at the moment, but not really on purpose. I tend not to care for many Callaway or Ping clubs, but it's not a hard rule or anything. (I had a Callaway LW in my bag all year, for instance.)
post #22 of 35
I'll admit to being a Taylormade 'homeboy.' Their gear just seems to work best for me. Only other sticks in the bag are a couple of Vokey wedges and an Odessy putter.

dave
post #23 of 35

Don't have a preference, I just go with whatever feels good and works, my set includes Cleveland, TM, Titleist, Ping and soon, Scratch. If I include all my clubs, I think I own almost every major brand out there, Callaway, Hogan, Mizuno, Tommy Armour, Wilson, Cobra. The only major brands that never made a club I wanted to buy are Nike and Adams.

post #24 of 35

Right now, I have Nike and Titleist in the bag. I used to have all Titleist in the bag from driver to the ball, but when I decided to get blades, as much as I wanted to stay with Titleist, Nike had the more aesthetically appealing look at address. When the Covert outperformed the 910s in my bag, I replaced those as well. 

 

I've tested many other clubs, but nothing else really stood out in performance compared to Nike or Titleist. If I'm shopping for new clubs, I usually look at these two and then look into other brands. 

post #25 of 35
Ogio bag
Taylormade-driver
Taylormade-fw
Cleveland-hybrid
Callaway-irons
Titleist-wedges
Nike-putter
post #26 of 35
Nope. My bag is a mixed set. Same goes for golf balls, although I like ProVs.
post #27 of 35

I have a bit of everything in my bag looking to add a couple of ping g25 hybrids for 3+4 iron replacement too.

post #28 of 35

I haven't changed my in the bag in awhile, but I usually stick to Titleist woods, Cleveland irons and wedges (may switch to mizuno next not sure) and a scotty cameron putter.  I don't know many people that play only one brand unless they're sponsored.

post #29 of 35

I guess I have a mix.

 

Ping G15 driver

Cobra 3W (metal)

Adams 3 hybrid

Nickent 4 & 5 hybrid

6-LW Callaway X22 irons

Taylor Made putter.

 

I am not brand loyal and as you can see I purchase a lot of my "weapons" from the used club bins.  Saves a lot of $ that way.  I did purchase the putter new however.

:smartass:

post #30 of 35

When I bought my clubs this spring I hit 3 brands in the store, Callaway X Hot, Ping i20, and TaylorMade Rocketblades.  I ended up picking the i20s and took almost every club possible, 1, 3, 5 wood, 3-9, PW, UW, LW.  I went back the next day and picked up a Ping Redwood putter.  I don't have any special allegiance to Ping, I simply hoped there would be some manufacturing consistency across the clubs that would make learning to hit them somewhat easier.  I did pick up a black Ping kickstand bag at the time too and that was mostly cosmetic but damn does the setup look sharp.  B-)

post #31 of 35

I'd consider it slightly odd if a person played the same brand through the entire bag.............HEY....Write me a check, and I'll do it....otherwise, not so much..LOL

 

I believe a golfer needs to make some brand choices to maintain a certain level of consistency, but not through the entire bag.

 

What I play is in the SIG

post #32 of 35

Mine is pretty mismatched I guess.  lol.  Not as much as some though.  I am brand loyal but I will try a lot first and go with what I like the feel of or look of best.  That's how I'm going to make my decision. 

post #33 of 35
I have a mixed bag of sticks & grips:
* Adams Titanium Tight Lies High Launch Max COR Driver w/ Regular Flex Super Shaft Lightweight Mid-Kick & Golf Pride
New Decade Multicompound Grip (10.5°).
* Ping G20 4-Wood w/ Regular Flex TFC169 Graphite Shaft & Ping ID8 Grip: (16.5°).
* Tour Edge Exotics XGC5 4-Hybrid w/ Fujikura Blur Regular Flex Shaft & Golf Pride New Decade Multicompound Grip (22°).
* Irons ~ Cleveland TA-5 Gunmetal w/ Regular Flex True Temper Sensicore Shafts & Black Widow Tour Silk Grips: 5-iron through PW.
* Wedges ~ Cleveland Tour Action REG. 588 Gunmetal w/ S Flex Dynamic Gold Sensicore Shafts & Black Widow Widowmaker Grips:
GW (51°/6), SW (57°/10), LW (64°/8)
* Putters: right now I am bagging the Carbite, but have the other two for back up (which ever one feels best and is the "hot roller" )
(1) Carbite Polar Balanced DC w/ Tiger Shark over-sized grip /31".
(2) Odyssey White Hot #2 w/ Black Widow Signature mid-sized grip /30".
(3)STX 9750 w/ Winn PCi Lite Triple Line Jumbo grip /32".
post #34 of 35
I guess I'm the oddball. I'm a Titleist fanatic mine are all Titleist from the 907 D2 driver to the Titleist Scotty Cameron putter and they're in a leather Titleist staff bag lol my buddies all think I'm crazy ,but they just work for me.
post #35 of 35
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Originally Posted by lovemylabs View Post

I guess I'm the oddball. I'm a Titleist fanatic mine are all Titleist from the 907 D2 driver to the Titleist Scotty Cameron putter and they're in a leather Titleist staff bag lol my buddies all think I'm crazy ,but they just work for me.
Ain't nothing wrong with that if you like it! Titleist makes great equip. My first set of irons were DCI Oversize+ Black. I still have them because I liked those clubs so much and couldn't part with them.
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