Originally Posted by 14ledo81
I was actually somewhat serious based on what you said in the first post. Obviously I realize there is no way to see the color without pulling the club, but was still wondering what you do. I could not imagine you would keep pulling clubs until you get the right color.
ok, fine, for those can't work it out on their own then
1 - I need a "xx" wedge
2 - Grab what I think is the "xx" wedge based on the numbers showing (dirty head, bad lighting, in a hurry, whatever condition anyone else wants to express incredulity on)
3 - pull it out to take the shot, maybe even set up and start my routine,
4 - big bright grip is right there
----"oh look, it's the wrong/correct club"
Other sequence (since the wedges are all the same length)
1 - I'm at the driving range and all the clubs are leaning against the rack (near end of session, I personally keep them out and finish up by cleaning all of them, other people for different reasons).
2 - I want the sand wedge -
---- grab the yellow one
etc etc etc
I don't think this is such an unusual choice....
Hell, there's even a product where you print your club number and distances on a little sticker and put it on the shaft. I even know 2 people that do this. They don't seem mentally deficient.