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If you guys could build a "dream bag" of clubs right now, what would it include? For me its the following: - R11s 9 degree stiff - Adams black v3 hybrids 15 and 19 degrees - Taylormade TP MC custo

Shepard's 6 iron, a fifth of Bruichladdich, a pocket full of buttons, a sleeve of happy fun balls, Billy Baroo, 3 different 7 irons (don't ask), a couple of fake passports, a sextant, a Diner's Club c

Driver: R9 420cc 9.5° S
3 Wood: R9 #3 Fairway 15° S
5 Wood: R9 #5 Fairway 19° S
3 Hybrid: Rescue TP 09 #3 S
Irons: MP-52 4-PW Project X 5.5
Gap Wedge: Vokey Spin Milled 52.08° Black Nickel Project X 5.5
Sand Wedge Vokey Spin Milled 56.11° Black Nickel Project X 5.5
Lob Wedge Vokey Spin Milled 60.07° Black Nickel Project X 5.5
Putter Newport 2 Custom Turbo Green HC and Paint.

Ball: B330-S
Bag X-Series Stand bag Blue-Silver
Shoe: Air Zoom Elite TW 2009
Glove: Targa Tour

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My ideal set, if I had the skill to play it:

Titleist 909D2 9.5 Diamana BB Stiff
Titleist 909F2 15.5 Diamana BB Stiff
Titleist 909H 19 Diamana BB Stiff
Titleist 710 MB 3-PW DG S300
Titleist Vokey SM 52.08, 58.12 DG S300
Scotty Cameron California Coronado 33"
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If I'm talking what I'd like to have now at my level:
My current Monza Featherweight Stand Bag
My Burner Driver
My Burner 3 and 5 Woods
R7 Irons 4-AW
RAC Chrome or Satin Wedges - 56 and 60 degrees
Rossa Monza Spider Balero putter (actually I'm likely getting this and a 60 degree RAC wedge Monday)
B330-S and e7+ (probably will be playing both soon, only playing e7+ atm)
Some type of really nice Winn Grip. I really want to regrip my Driver and Woods with something tackier/grippier. The stock TM grips aren't worn at all yet, but they just don't seem to have any traction at all. I think something better would give me more accuracy. If anyone has any recommendations, please do pm me and let me know.

And if I was a highly skilled tour pro:
A Taylormade Staff Bag with a smaller Bridgestone logo on it as well, with the tp and burner logos plus my name embroidered down the middle of the strap.
My Burner Driver
My Burner 3 and 5 Woods
RAC TP MB Smoke Blade Irons
Z Smoke TP Wedges
Rossa Monza Spider Balero Putter
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R7 Superquad Driver 44 ½" shaft
4 wood
Big Bertha Diablo 3 and 5 hybrids
J36 Cavity back irons 5-PW
RAC 52º, 54º, 58º
White Hot XG Marxman Mallet putter

frequent 68's much? haha.

It's a great set though for me. The driver is perfect for me because I'm not that consistent off the tee, and it helps me to be. The cobra 4 wood I bomb about the same distance as a 3 wood(250 or so). I have callaway Big Bertha Heavenwood hybrids and I love them. Apparently the diablo's go a little farther :). I hit the 3 hybrid about as far as a 5 wood, the 5 hybrid like a 7 wood. I hit the bridgestone irons as pure as anything, with no distance loss to boot. I have a RAC wedge and my short game has never been better. Plus, my odyssey putter is the best.

There has to be logic behind a set of clubs. Not just looks :)
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Driver: Titleist 909 D3 8.5 w/ 65 gram stiff flex whiteboard
3 wood: Titleist 909f2 13.5 w/ 75 gram stiff whiteboard
5 wood: titleist 909f2 18.5 w/ 75 gram stiff whiteboard
******3 iron: 2010 Mizuno MP-fli hi 21* w/ dg s300*****
4 iron-PW: Mizuno mp-58 w/ dg s300 or Titleist 710 CB w/ dg s300(anybody have opinions on these clubs)
wedges: Titleist vokey 52, 56, 60*
Putter: Scotty Cameron circa 62. no 2 or Ping redwood anser

*******Depending on the course i would use 52, 58 and include the 3 iron or take he 3 iron out and use the 3 wedges********
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Well, I pretty much completed my dream set. Got r7 4-aw, and a Tm Rossa daytona putter. I found that the daytona fit me better and for 40 bucks less too. Just gotta wait till I can afford the 2 wedges.
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Driver: Big Bertha Diablo Neutral 10°
5 Wood: r7 CGB MAX 5 Fairway Wood 18°
Hybrid: Adams Idea a7 3 Hybrid
Irons: Burner Plus 4-AW
Wedges: Vokey Spin Milled Oil Can '09 56°, 60°
Putter: White Hot XG Sabertooth
Bag: C - 130

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9* G10 Driver Ust Proforce V2 75 HL Shaft
15* G10 Fairway Wood Ust Proforce V2 75 HL Shaft
ZB Forged Irons 4-PW Project X 6.0
20* Baffler Hybrid
52*, 56*, 60* X Forged Wedges
Classic 34"

Golf Pride New Decade Dual Compound White and Black grips on all except the putter.
Tour ix Ball

All in a Latitude Red, Gray and White bag.
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