All great singers have a tonality that is pleasing to the listener. Sometimes they call it color. Others can hit the notes, but there is just something likeable about their tone. Her voice was very smooth and pleasant to listen to. Plus she came across as a very nice person. She was a national treasure in Australia.
Driver (Titleist 915D2), 4W (Titleist 917F2), 19 degree hybrid (Titleist TS2) 20 degree hybrid (Maltby KE4).
What's the story? I got my driver in 2015. First ever fit driver, first ever new-as-in-new driver. In 2017, I got my irons, 5-U. I got fit for a hybrid (Ping demo day) but I had just bought a 4H, so I kept it. I already had the 3H that went with it (that's the 20 degree in the bag now). In 2018, I was going to buy a 3W and a 5W. Titleist rep discovered I hit the 4W past the two of those, and those two about the same distance. Dude could've just fit me for those two and made that sale, but I believe he helped me get the best bag makeup I could with what I was looking for. So he suggested a 4W and a 3H. I bought the 4W; again, I had a 3H already. But Titleist got some appreciation from me for that in the fitting.
A month or so ago, I discovered my 5I and 4H were going comparably, with some of the better 4H shots hitting into the lower end of 3H acceptable shots. And my best 3H shots were a good 25-30 yards short of my 4W. So I dropped the 4H and, while at the Roger Dunn, found the 3H I had been fit for (same specs, successor head I think). I had been looking for the 7W cousin of my 4W but found this instead. I borrowed it from them (not a euphemism -- they have a 90 day 100% money back guarantee, so it's basically borrowing with a security deposit... but I like this club). And I hit it well past my old 3H and short of my 4W, so there's a good gap.
One of these days I might get a full bag fitting or replace a lot at once or something but... I took up golf in graduate school and a lot of the financial habits are tough to break. Plus, I own a lot of clubs that I really like (driver, 4W, 3H now, all my irons down to the UW).