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What are your favorite golf clubs.

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I'm bored and I want to know what your favorite golf clubs are.
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As far as brand, it would be Tour Edge. They are as good as anything else on the market. As for individual clubs, it would be my wedges. I save a lot of strokes with those critters. I also like my 7W quite a bit.

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Driver. Chicks dig the long ball.

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Anything with and :edel: or :ping: logo on it.  I like my Adams 7w as well for thick rough.

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Nickent Hybrids. Best clubs in my bag.

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Love my SCOR wedges and much love for my Newport 2.  I'm actually really happy with all my Titleist clubs, but I attribute a good portion of that to the fitter and suspect that I'd be as happy with some other brands if I could get the fitting and the crowns of the 'woods' were black.

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56* Top Flite Tour Wedge. Anything 100 and in and I'm all over it
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My 46• cleveland wedge. Replaced my standard PW. So versatile and easier to use than the PW that come with the standard set.
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...only one club?  My Edel putter.

Otherwise, I am also very happy with my Apex Plus irons.

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Ping G15 Driver, followed closely by my Nike Sumo and Callaway X Hot hybrids.

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Mine would either be the Callaway big Bertha or my burner 2.0 irons.
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For me, brand is irrelevant.    Wedges and putter.........................

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A Ping Eye 2+, black dot, BeCu beryllium lob wedge. I bought the club in 1989 and it is still in the bag.

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Favorites:

- Callaway Razr Fit Driver

- Mizuno MP-67 Irons

- Odyssey White Hot Putter

Then the most underrated clubs in my bag:

- Adams Tom Watson Wedges...especially the 2010 Classics

- Nickent 3DX Ironwood DC Hybrids

- MacGregor MT60 5 wood

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I pretty much only have taylormade in my bag. The R11s is the only club I never want to give up though. Everything else is just a club. I like them but will replace them eventually.
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