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  1. Driver: TaylorMade RBz 9.5 3-wood: TaylorMade RBz 3-wood Hybrid: Cobra 3h baffler Irons: Mizuno MP-69 4-PW Wedges: Titleist Vokey 50.12, 56.14, 60.10, 64.07 Putter: Scotty Cameron Newport 2.5 That's technically 15 and I have a R11 adjustable 4-wood as well. Based on conditions I take out either the driver, 64 degree wedge or swap the 3wood for the 4wood. The ideal set is 5-PW with all the other clubs above since I rarely use my 4-iron where I normally play and can make due with a shortened hybrid.
  2. I used one for a longer time was was inconsistent. My 3H is more reliable and goes about the same as it used to. I think if you are already playing one and it works, go for it. If you don't like hybrids, go for it. But I agree with an earlier poster, today's 3-irons are yesterday's 2-irons and the trend is towards hybrids now. My last two sets I haven't even gotta 3-iron. One because the manufactorer didn't include it in the set and the second by choice since it was a custom set. I'd rather take something off my hybrid than swing a 3-iron nowadays.
  3. Definitely speak with a professional. For years I assembled different wedge sets and went solely by loft. Now I am lucky enough to belong to a club where I play 80% of my golf and I was able to figure out the best set of wedges for my game based on both loft and bounce. I have a lot of shots off lush/wetter conditions and it was a consideration in what I purchased. I happen to love Vokey wedges. I went for a spread with my gap and sand wedges that favored those conditions, but still were service-able in other conditions. Also, take into account where you play because you might want
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