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  1. 1. What club do you hit the most often?(idea from what club do you hit the furthest)

    • any wood
    • any hybrid
    • 4, 3, or 2 iron
    • 5 iron
    • 6 iron
    • 7 iron
    • 8 iron
    • 9 iron
    • pitching wedge
    • sand wedge
    • lob wedge

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i would have to say 7 iron - i use it on alot of my chips and for my shorter shots when i need to play it safe when surrounded by water
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I would have to say my driver simply because my confidence with this club is relatively high. I hit my driver pretty solid and reasonably accurately (hope I am not giving myself bad luck by saying that, LOL) so would generally use this on a lot of holes where some people may prefer to use a 3-wood. My 3-wood is my weakest club in my bag so I always feel like I have to use my driver or maybe a 3 iron instead.
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I almost always use my SandWedge from approximately 110 and in, even though I carry a 60 degree most of the time. I just always feel a certain comfort with it, probably because it is the club I hit around the most.
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It has to be Driver, I would use it 12 times a round, next best would probably be either gap wedge or lob wedge but would hate to think I would have to use either of these 12 times in 1 round.

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i love my driver i hit it the best im so good with it i can hit on the straightes holes and draw it like nothing eles i can also i hit a pretty good fade also i love my 56* from the bunkers iv never practice bunker shots a day in my life and im proberly as good from the bunkers as i am the tee so yes driver is my favourite club
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My 53 degree wedge, no doubt.

I use it for most play around the green, and anything 110 or less, sometimes up to 130 depending on conditions.

It's wore out and I probably need new wedges but I love this one. I don't know that I will ever get rid of it
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One day it's probably my 53* gap wedge... another it would be my 60* lob. Just depends on where I end up... but definately between these two and probably 53* gap more often than lob.

BTW - I voted for sand even though it's a 53* gap
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I'd say its a toss up between my PW and my 56. Lately I've been incorporating my 56 into situations that used to be the sole domain of my PW, but I'd still at this stage have to say I use my PW overall more. I think that might change in the next month or so though.
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