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Which Clubs for a 4-Club Tournament?


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when I walk & carry, my bag has a driver, 5W, 4H, 5, 7, 9i, 52* & putter.

never tried 4 clubs... but think 5W, 6i, 52* & putter would suffice.

Using fewer clubs and choking down with 3/4 swings is good practice 🙂

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Have never done a 4 club tournament, but have been thinking about playing a scaled down set.  IF I were to play a 4 club it would be 3w - 3h - 6i - 50*.  Would putt w/the 6i or 3h.   

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I would go for 4i 7i 50deg gw and putter, basically play the par 4 as par 5's and you should be able to still reach the par 5's in 3. with the 2 irons you will have more options for the par 3's.

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7W (because I can hit it off the tee and fairway); 30 degree Hybrid; 54 degree wedge (because I can work magic with it); putter. 

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