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Well folks, debated not posting but figured I've gotta start somewhere! It's a bit of a hodge podge, but here's my current load out: Driver: TaylorMade R9 SupterTri (Fujikura MotoreF1 65 shaft) 3W: Callaway X2 Hot (Aldila Tour Green 75 Tx shaft) Irons (PW-2): Ping Eye 2 Wedges (52 & 60): Mack Daddy 2's Putter: Ping Cushin Being that my wife and I still have college loans breathing down our necks I'm on a bit of a budget. This in mind, I'm wondering if anyone has advice on what would be most worth upgrading next? There's not really a club in here I can't stand,
As a casual golfer for many years, I really didn’t pay much attention to this club. About 4 years ago, I picked up the RBZ 3 wood at a local golf shop that sells used clubs on consignment. Now that I’ve taken the game seriousl in the past 18 months, I wonder if it’s time to upgrade this club. Are the current batch of fairway woods that much better than my RBZ? Thanks for any advise.
Hey Y'all, First time to the forum and I'm starting this thread fairly selfishly, but could be cool to see what everyone's recommendations for upgrades would be! Currently playing a set of Mizuno MP60's that I bought used about 10 years ago....long time. I always buy used clubs cause prices are just too crazy for me (still waiting on that lottery ticket to hit for that custom fitting experience). My question is: What would be y'all's recommendations for an iron set that's comparable to the MP 60's (I love the thin topline and forged heads), but a newer set would make me fe
Just curious, but about how often does everyone upgrade their equipment? Personally, I change different components at different rates. For example, I upgrade my driver and woods about every 3 years, my wedges every two years, but I don't really change my putter, irons or hybrids ever. I have been playing the same Adams a12 pro irons since 2011, and I played a set of Cleveland TA 4's for years before making a change. I know part of changing equipment is dictated by how many rounds you play since that will dictate wear and tear (I probably play about 20-25 rounds a year), but is wear th