I voted 6/7 iron. I am very comfortable with my 7 iron and 5 iron but my 6 iron is one of those black sheep in my bag. I have issues with my 6 iron and it has nothing to do with the name brand of the club, it is a total mental block.
Give me a 5 iron or 7 iron and I am comfortable in a GIR or nGIR.
If I were to drop a club from my bag it would be the 6 iron because for some reason I can dial up my 7 iron to cover that distance. Only club in my bag I can do that. And I do not lose accuracy when I do.
7 iron is my 165 club, 5 iron is my 185 club.
We just heard from a close friend whom we hadn't heard from for awhile. She went back to work when the lockdown ended, but in a small office with just nine others. She and her husband are not deny-ers, but felt relatively safe.
When she went back to work, she said she would not want to do what I do, deal with tourists at the golf course, or what my wife does, deal with tourists at a live entertainment venue, but she was OK with what she had to do.
We had not heard from her because she has been battling COVID Biggly the last month. It took 21 days of suffering before she could go back to work, and can only do four days, with naps, and when she gets a good night's sleep.
She said five of the nine in her office are deny-ers, and two of the others have tested positive.
I do not feel I could say how we really feel about those who seem to be on the side of the virus, assisting it's spread, so I'll just repeat . . . . Personal Choice is not how to fight a pandemic. We'll just feel awful about what medical workers are being forced to go through by those enabling the spread.
My wife and I just got back from our very-infrequent trip to WalMart, which was 100% mask-compliant, much different than 90 days ago, and I thought, "See, that's not that hard."
If we could just all get on the same side for a short time, we could be back to our abnormal normal. No shutdown necessary.