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What club are you most confident with?

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Just curious to see some peoples favorite club!

What are you most confident with?

My go to club is my 6 iron.

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My best clubs in no particular order:

Driver, putter, 9i, SW, 4 wood, love the 7i too.  And the LW.  Who could forget the 3H.  8i and PW very good too.

Golf is a game of confidence, right?

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my 9iron hands down..

brb 9 off the tee

brb 9 on the fairway

brb 9 out of the rough

brb 9 from the bunker

brb 9 to get close to the hole

brb 9 to putt

lol

but really I have strong confidence in my 9

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Driver

1 Iron (tee'd)

21* Olimar

7 Iron

GW

Putter

Least confidence

3W

4H (need more practice possibly different shaft)

Putter

Putter goes in both categories because some days its hot, others its completely lost.

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This week?  None of them.

Well, maybe the putter.  Always confident with the putter.  The rest of them can go to hell.

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At this point none, although I can hit good shot but I don't have confidence at all.

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The biggest improvement has been my new Tour Edge Exotics XRail 7W. Out of rough, into tight greens, and off tee on 4 holes. Much more reliable than my old 7W.

On my home course, the 7W has helped tame down a headache medium-length par 4. The hole has a stovepipe landing area and hell in front of the green. I now hit a 7W off tee short of the trouble, and follow up with a 7W from a flat lie into the green.

It's great having a go-to long club other than the driver.

My second-favorite club is the 8i: reliable approach club + great on chip and run.

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Originally Posted by Heisenberg

my 9iron hands down..

brb 9 off the tee

brb 9 on the fairway

brb 9 out of the rough

brb 9 from the bunker

brb 9 to get close to the hole

brb 9 to putt

lol

but really I have strong confidence in my 9

haha. btw i love breaking bad too...

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Chi Chi Rodriguez

The best wood in most amateurs bag is the pencil.

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I don't really have one club... I'm really pretty happy with anything from 8 iron down, but my lob wedge gets the most practice so that's the one that I will pick in answer to the question.  It's the club I use inside 60 yards of the green pretty much exclusively and depending on the situation, it is on the short list for "get out of jail" clubs farther out (other option is usually 7 or 5 iron for knock-down shots from under trees).  I also love my putter, but I suspect I give my wedge more latitude for failure so...

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I love my 3-wood, as well as all my wedges. Put me inside wedge range and I can usually at least put it on the green.

My other favorite is my 9-iron, which continues a trend for me. I tend to always like the club that I use for the distance my 9-iron currently goes (used to be a 7, then an 8 as I grew older/stronger), regardless of what the number is on the bottom.

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3 wood off the tee, my 60* CG16 (got a chip to 3 inches today!) and my putter.
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3W off the deck, just left of center. 255 on a frozen rope.
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