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Funny I posted in this thread 2 years ago.  I think back then I was using the BB 3 & 5.

FF 2 years and a new course and I am gaming the BB 2 & 4 now.  Perfect yardage for 3 or 4 holes where D is too much and 3i is not enough.

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At the begining of m golf career (some 60plus years age)I played driver, 2,3,4 woods, 2 to 9 irons, some type of wedge and a putter. Now (when using a cart) at the end of my careeer I play diver, 4, 7 ,9 “woods” , 4,5,6 hybrids, 7,8,9,pw,gw hybrid irons, one or two wedges and a putter. I still play around bogie. The improvement in equipment and tee placements have adquatedly compensated for my deteriorating  body. Golf is the best life long sport there is!!!

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I used to play a Nickent 7W, but found it wasn't as good out of the rough as a comparative 4h, so I've bonded with the hybrids last few seasons.   It was nearly the perfect narrow fairway tee shot club though, I'll give it that

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