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I currently have 13 clubs in my bag. Pretty basic set up I think. I am looking to add a club or 2 to fill some gaps, especially between my hybrid and 5 iron and maybe changing my wedges around a bit to get more consistent loft gaps between clubs. I have attached a pic of what's in my bag. My driver is at the top, it's kind of cut off but it's a cheap basic Tour Edge 10.5° regular flex graphite shaft.

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What you’re “missing” that most would have, is something to fill a yardage gap between your 3-hybrid and 5-iron.

A 4-hybrid...likely 21°- 23° or so would usually cover that.  If you don’t have an actual gap there, then you don’t necessarily need anything.  Just because you can carry 14 clubs doesn’t mean that you have to…  :-)

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Hello and welcome to TST. It would really benefit you to know your numbers. What’s the yardages with your 3w vs 3H? And like @ncates00 said...4H/4i. What’s your gap between your 3H and 5i? Knowing your numbers can make it much easier to know what to add or replace.

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47 minutes ago, BubbaJ28 said:

My lofts are posted next to the club. Adjustable 3 wood and 3 hybrid

I think folks are asking what your distances are for each club, this will identify possible gaps in yardage and may answer the question of what to add.  Not asking about lofts.

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Nothing. In fact take the 58° out. Take out the 50° out. Take the 8 and 6 iron out. Hell the pitching wedge out for now. As a beginner, you don't need a full set of clubs. A half set is all you need.

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On 4/29/2020 at 3:24 PM, DrvFrShow said:

Maybe something fun, like a 62 or 64 wedge. lol.

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