Hey guys, I started playing golf 9 months ago and have decided to upgrade my clubs. I am currently using a mix match of clubs that were either purchased used from a local golf store or from a buddy. Note, I was not fit for these clubs and am currently a 12.7 handicap.
Taylormade burner - 10.5 degree loft, regular flex
taylormade rbz 5 wood - stiff flex - WILL NOT BE REPLACING THIS CLUB
taylormade burner 7 wood - stiff flex
ping i3 irons 4-SW
My driver swing speed is generally in the high 90-low 100 range. Average drives are usually around 260, occasionally get one out there 280, 290, 300 but those are rare.
I intend to purchase last years model or older and would like to replace everything but my putter and 5 wood. If you had this budget, what irons, driver, 3 wood, hybrid or 7 wood and wedges would you get?
My current ideas:
Irons - Cobra amp cell or taylormade rbz - stiff flex, graphite shafts
taylormade rbz 3 wood - stiff flex (I love the 5 wood and am probably going to get this club no matter what)
wedges - cleveland 588 or vokey 56 degree + gap wedge if iron set doesn't include it. Would you suggest replacing the iron sets pitching wedge with another pitching wedge?
driver - Completely unsure, nike covert stiff? Taylormade RBZ? Cobra amp? Open for suggestions here.
hybrid/7 wood - entirely open for suggestions here as well. I just want a club to fill the gap between my 5 wood and 4 iron.
Other things to note: I live in Texas. I generally play a draw with my irons and fairway woods. WIth my driver I play a slight draw to slight fade on good days that turns into a large fade or a slice on bad shots.