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What's Your Favorite Club?


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  1. 1. whats your favorist club in you bag and why?

    • driver
    • 2 wood (strong 3 wood)
    • 3 wood
    • 4 wood
    • 5 wood
    • 7 wood
    • hybrid (please specify loft)
    • 2 iron
    • 3 iron
    • 4 iron
    • 5 iron
    • 6 iron
    • 7 iron
    • 8 iron
    • 9 iron
    • pw
    • gw (specify loft)
    • sw (specify loft)
    • lw (specify loft)
    • xw (specify loft)
    • putter
    • other (specify)

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I have used my Cobra S3 3W for many years, it is my go to club off the tee and the fairway. If it breaks I'm screwed.

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Driver for me....it's also a strength in my game....I'll also use driver even on shorter par 4's....I rarely hit my 4W off the tee on par 4's or 5's..

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My favoirite club is my 7 iron as it's usually one of the first ones I grab on the practice tee, and i have great confidence with it. However, my 54* sand wedge is usually the one that saves my ass on the golf course.

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JPX FLI-HI 4 hybrid iron replacement. Drives aren't so long anymore, and this great club saves the 2nd shot many times for me. Best, -Marv

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I am having a really hard time with this question. Driver, hybrid, and irons are non-contenders. Driver and hybrid are too schizophrenic and I don't have a favorite iron. Putter is out because I am not particularly attached to the one that I play. 60 degree (LW) is out because I only hit 1-2 shots with it for every 5 rounds. That leaves SW, GW, and 3W. I feel very confident with my GW on full shots (75-90 yards) and on chips (it's my primary chipping club). I play the SW on shots inside of 70 yards all the way down to chipping. I also pull it for most flops that I run across, and it generally doesn't let me down. My 3 wood is almost always a good contact club, and it can go anywhere from 190-220 yards depending on roll out. Sometimes this club really saves a hole when I have a junk drive that doesn't go very far.

I think that based on frequency and consistency of strike, my sand wedge has to be the answer. It covers the largest amount of yardage and I am always comfortable with it in my hands.

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