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What Brand Do You Play? (Irons, Wedges, Putter)

What brand do you play? (Irons,Wedges,Putter  

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  1. 1. Irons

    • Titleist
      16
    • Callaway
      23
    • Taylormade
      15
    • Ping
      11
    • Cobra
      5
    • Other
      31


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I submitted Taylormade which are my irons but my wedges are Callaway and my putter is an older 2 ball Odyssey.  

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I have Callaway, Mizuno, Taylormade....

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Irons, wedges, and putter: Maltby.

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Tour Edge Ironwoods and G2 irons now.. (use to be components)

Putter is a 900g (?) "Heavy Putter".

I will finish up my golf journey with these clubs. 

 

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Cleveland irons, Cobra fairway woods and driver, Fourteen 52* gap wedge, Callaway 56* SW, Piretti  365 putter

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Cobra One Length Irons

Cleveland Wedges

TaylorMade Spider Mini Putter

 

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Aside from my Odyssey putter, all my stuff is titleist. Really, the only reason I use that brand because im good friends with someone who is on staff with them, so i got a good discount whenever ive needed new gear. Or even used. The heads from my current set of irons are from his old gamers. 

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3 minutes ago, SPJr said:

Cobra One Length Irons

Cleveland Wedges

TaylorMade Spider Mini Putter

 

I've got the Cobra OL as well. How long have you had them? How are you liking them? I got mine around Christmas and really like them.

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Just now, Chasing_Bogeys said:

I've got the Cobra OL as well. How long have you had them? How are you liking them? I got mine around Christmas and really like them.

I've had them just over two weeks.

I've been to the range twice and the course once.

I do like them, but I'm still working out the gapping. I'd like some warmer weather for a true test.

We haven't had much nice weather here in Michigan. Looking forward to this weekend.

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Cobra Irons

Cobra Wedges

Odyssey Putter (0 Works)

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@cartertheraptor, I appreciate the interest… just do a little to look around and find existing topics. The forum is > 15 years old, so we often have many topics like this that exist already.

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Taylormade M 2 woods Calloway irons and Cleveland wedges with an Odyssey putter

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