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Here's what I'm lugging around right now for my battle sticks. Looks like its a pretty popular bag!!!

I have a family picture hanging on the side of the bag and also a little card with some stats on it.

The white tiger cover is on my hybrid. I didnt want to copy Tiger Woods too closely, but those are my initials and we do share the same last name


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Don't you just love that bag? I have one in the same color and it is great!

I love the Titleist/Sun Mountain bags. But I'm addicted to the Ogio Woode club organizer. If Titleist came out with something similar, I would buy one in a heartbeat.

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I love the Titleist/Sun Mountain bags. But I'm addicted to the Ogio Woode club organizer. If Titleist came out with something similar, I would buy one in a heartbeat.

I love those little mini-walls they have inside the bag that splits your clubs up near the club heads.

I need a bag or im gonna wreck my new S58's, every time i put my stand down it doesn't go wide enough so the bag falls over.

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I love those little mini-walls they have inside the bag that splits your clubs up near the club heads.

Check out the Titleist X86 or the Sun Mountain Superlight 3.5. They are the exact same bag but one says Titleist and the other says Sun Mountain. When I ordered my Titleist X86 it shipped from the Sun Mountain HQ

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Again!!

Driver- titleist 907D2 8.5 With a Flo'ed Diamana WhiteBoard x5ct X Flex.
3Wood- Taylormade tour Launch 14.5 With a Matrix Ozik F7M2 Proto X flex
Hybrid- Adams Idea Pro 20 With Matrix Ozik Altus Hybrid X flex
Irons- Mizuno MP-32 3-PW
Wedges- Mizuno MP Series 56/14 60/6
Putter- Scotty Cameron Newport.

Now for the pics...

Adress-










3 wood-







Hybrid-









irons-





Wedges-







Putter-






In the line up for future use..


Big oaks T'Ville and a scotty TeI3 Long Kneck


cally x forged 50.


Spined Project X (thats what the tape is for, to point out hte Natural Bend Point)

Mizzy MP-32 2 iron

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elechne,

did you only do paintfill on half of your 32's? I really dig the red on both of ours, but i must say, i prefer to paintless numbers to your red numbers..

P.s. i really, really want your putter...

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elechne,

Yeah, I did 3 irons today, lol. Took to long and I got bored. I was thinking about not filling the numbers, but I thought it would be hard to see what club I was pulling out. It'll probably end up wearing out though. I really like my putter, but I was looking at this

website (golfwrx member), if I could put a BeCu insert to replace the regular insert, I would have a great gamer.

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Thanks all for the pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love looking at everyones clubs and their bag set-up.

I'll try to get some pics up later

LBlack14- Love the P2's you have, they are awesome clubs!!!!1

Anxious to get the 655 TM Black wedges

Thanks

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I really respect the effort it takes to take and post the photos, and don't criticize anyone at all for doing that.

But, it's really not like pictures of dogs or cars, and if the clubs aren't custom painted, what is the message? We, and I include myself in "we", can be a somewhat sorry lot.

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I really respect the effort it takes to take and post the photos, and don't criticize anyone at all for doing that.

It took me about 5 minutes to take pics and post them.

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