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What is your club from 100 yards

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  1. 1. what is your 100 yard club

    • 7-iron or longer
      4
    • 8-iron
      3
    • 9-iron
      13
    • PW (45-49 degrees)
      61
    • GW (50-53 degrees)
      56
    • SW(54-57 degrees)
      68
    • LW (58-62 degrees)
      6


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punch/pitch-3/4 PW for me. Coming up I didn't have money for sand wedges..lobs..etc so I learned to hit my PW anyway I needed to. It just so happens from 100 it is STILL my first choice.

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Had a big gap (not the wedge) for a while but I got some nice wedges this year (Zodia 52* and Yururi 57*). The 57* is about 105 yards for me...52* is 120 and I use my 60* Cleveland for 90 yards in.

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What is your 100 yard club? Or do you have different ones and play different shots with it?

I'll usually do a 3/4 pw. If I need to stop it quick I'll go with a easy full swing lw. Sometimes when I go to Indian Creek in Hood River b/c of wind I'll do a 8i knock down from 100 yds.

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that 100 yard range is a gap for me ... I can hit a SW 75-85 yards and I hit an PW about 115-125. So for me it depends on the conditions on the course, if it'sreally dry and I can get some run out of the ball I will hit the SW if it's really wet and the green will hold I will hit a 3/4 PW ...

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Depending on the day and my swing.


Sometimes a full 56 and sometimes a smooth 48 PW.


I just got a Vokey SM 54 which will most probably become my 70-105 club.

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