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Hey all, I bought a new driver this summer because I thought my old one had no more juice. I brought it along to the range today just to see and I was wrong, it still has a lot of life in it. So now I'm wondering if I should sell it or just take them both and see what I'm feeling that day. Has anyone else done this? How is it working out?

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Heck, I do it with iron sets, so why not?  I don't think it's a bad idea if the 2 clubs offer different advantages.  For instance, if you go to the driving range and it's obvious you're going be fighting a hook, put in the driver that is more fade biased.  Or vice versa.  I think it was Dan Jenkins who complained about the 14 club rule by saying, "How am I supposed to know which of my six drivers I'm going to be able to hit today?"

14 of the following:

Ping G400 Max

Cobra King F9 Speedback 3 wood

Callaway Big Bertha Heavenwood

Cobra F9 Speedback 7/8 wood set at 23.5 degrees

Taylormade M4 5 hybrid

Callaway Mavrik Max 6-GW

PXG 0211 5-GW

PXG 0211 sand wedge bent to 53 degrees

Maltby M Series+ 54 degree

Ping Glide 3.0 Eye2 58 degree

Ping Sigma 2 Anser

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Heck, I carried 2 drivers and 2 putters for a few years back in the 90's.

Ping G410, 10.5 5.5 Evenflow , Ping G425 5 wood/ Ping Anser 20 degree hybrid/ Srixon ZX5, 5-PW/ Ping Glide 50,54, & 58ES/ Bettinardi Queen B

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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