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WITB Photo Edition!

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My Bag:

http://www.clubshanks.com/showthread.php?11-Chubbs-WITB

Don't kill me over my irons-I got them when I first started playing and definitely have outgrown them, but I don't have the income to buy a new set of irons every 2 years lol...

Also with my 'at home range'- Do not mind the garbage heap behind it, we were in the middle of cleaning out my basement when I took the pics.

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Originally Posted by wrx_junki

He's asking because you have 15 clubs.



I see. well, I take out the callaway 4 wood mostly cause I have the hybrid which I use more in the rough or for 200 yards out. I just put it in for the picture. I don't really switch, that's where I got confused.

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What do you do for shots in between your D -> 3H -> 5-iron

Originally Posted by Zack

Added some new wedges and hybrid over the winter. Should be done for this year.



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Originally Posted by wrx_junki

What do you do for shots in between your D -> 3H -> 5-iron


I believe this is a new set of clubs for him and he said he would be done by this year. so, I assume he is building a new set.

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In reply to wrx_junki

Right now, I am not that great at golf. So to have a 2 hybrid and 3 hybrid doesn't make sense for me, since I really would not see yardage differences between the two. Or even having a 4 iron since I have a hard enough time hitting my 5 iron. Right now, I use my driver, and then a lot of the time, use my hybrid for my second shot and wedge for my third shot. I just use the 3 hybrid because I can hit it somewhat well. Hopefully one day, I will have a more "standard" bag! :)

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