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Runfijirun

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  1. Thanks everyone. This is much appreciated. I know fitting is the best option but I was seeing if there was a way around it since COVID 19; my Golf Town isn't doing fittings at the moment. I just wanted to improve my game asap. I had lessons and was fitted in 2006 so I'm always capable of picking up a club and swinging well. I used to play a few times a year, but since COVID 19 I play 2-3 times a week. Now that I'm playing often, I've noticed perhaps my current clubs might not be right for me anymore. The loft I get from my irons is much higher than my friend who uses male clubs. I will get fitted asap and will keep in mind gender does not matter for clubs. Thanks guys
  2. Before reading, please leave your judgement at the door. I'm just looking for help on finding the appropriate clubs for me. I'm a transgender male and I started playing golf when I was still identifying as a female. So I have a full set of women's Mizuno Tava graphite irons (S, P, 6-9) and woods (3, 5 & 7 hybrid) and a Ping Rapture 460cc 12 degree driver with women's flex shaft. Those clubs were bought in 2006/2007 so I'm definitely in the market for upgrading. My question is, how different are mens clubs vs womens? I'm quite a small person, 5 feet and 2 inches tall on a good day. If anyone can give me some insight, it would be much appreciated. Do I buy womens clubs because that's what works for me? Or do I move to mens? I don't really care what colour my clubs are. I've been using my Pink shaft driver with no problem.
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