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Posted 28 January 2011 - 09:38 PM
If they perform as good as they look, those wedges could be a real hit.
Posted 28 January 2011 - 11:24 PM
Cracks me up. All of the putters are named after bridges in Portland Oregon..... Morrison, Steel, St. Johns.... Look it up...
What I tote around the golf course..
Driver - R15 430 TP 10.5° Fubuki 63 Stiff
Fairway - SLDR - S 3HL 17* Graphite Design YSQ
Hybrid - 18* DHy AeroTech SteelFiber 75i Stiff
Hybrid - 22* Hibore AeroTech SteelFiber 75i Stiff
Irons - i25 5-9 -1/2 inch CFS Stiff, black color code
Wedges - SCOR 46° and 50° Genius 12 in Firm, - .25 inches, st lie.
Wedges - 54° 900 series RTG Tour Issue, std length and lie
Wedges- 60° 588 Gunmetal Tour Issue, Std Specs
Putter - Scottsdale Anser Nickel Salty Grip 33" Bent 4* up
Rangefinder- Bushnell Tour V2
GPS - SkyCaddie SGX
Shoes - Too Many Pair to Count
All clubs gripped with Lamkin uTX standard Size Grips.
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I use a Tietlest D9 driver, an old Callaway 3+ metal, a Mazuno 4 hybrid, a Taylormade Burner 5 hybrid, all of the my irons 60 degree, sand wedge, pitching wedge and 9-6 irons are Ping G 20's. They are all regular shafts graphite in the woods and hybrids and steel in the irons. My handicap is 15.
I currently play cobra S3 irons regular shaft. Which I really like. I would be very happy to test the new Cobra irons. I have played Cobra clubs for years. My favorite club.
Anxious to try new things
About 3 years ago I became tired of sucking at golf. While I haven't made great strides, I broke 90 and am close to breaking 80. This is the summer. I'm contemplating new clubs to go with my new swing.
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