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My standard set up with around 14 yard gapping between my clubs has 11 clubs including my putter. Boredom through lockdown has me considering some additional clubs for my bag to fill those final 3 slots and I wondered if anyone else with less than 14 clubs in their bag used the extra slots for something specific as well...

I have a smart sole C chipper that use when I haven't played for months and want something easy around the greens. The mocking i get from my friends doesn't bother me as I always end up close to the pin with that thing. Then, once i have my groove back, I'll use my 9 iron - wedges around the green.

I'm considering a shorter, higher lofted Driver for narrow fairways / when I have a hazard i really need to make sure I carry / or I'm just having an off day from the tee.

I'm also considering a one length 4 hybrid. Thought it might be good on windy days, fairway bunkers, rough, shots where I'm worried about holding my landing spot and am happy for the ball to run out, Punch shots under trees etc. also. I've not tried one yet, but I'm sure it would be easy to control / fun to mess about with... My understanding is it is designed with a lower spin to achieve the same total distance through roll as its regular length equivalent.

Do any of you carry a club that's not in there for the distance gap but to serve a specific purpose / scenario / just for fun?

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I think I’m going to be adding a 2 iron to my bag and experimenting with simply removing my gap wedge. 
 

 

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My bag is pretty standard, but I did replace my 4 iron and hybrid with a 4 crossover and 2 crossover from ping. I really like them both and they have been great clubs for me, however maybe this year I'll see a change again. Would love to see the Ping Long Game testing come back! 

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Wood:    :cobra-small: F7 3 wood 14.5* w/ weight back

               :ping-small: G410 Crossover - 2 and 4 iron

Irons:     :ping-small: i210 5-U w/ Nippon Modus 105 stiff (2018 Tester)

Wedge:  :ping-small: Glide 2.0 54* 58* w/ Nippon Modus 105 Stiff

Putter:   :odyssey-small: Stroke Lab 7 35* and oversized grip (2019 Tester)

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3 minutes ago, Apolloshowl said:

Would love to see the Ping Long Game testing come back! 

That was a fantastic testing opportunity and group. Enjoyed that one a lot.

As for the original question, I've gone the opposite of "speciality" and tried to put clubs in my bag that I can use for multiple shots and situations. For me, that meant replacing the 3 wood with a 17 degree Callaway Super Hybrid and getting rid of a 19 degree "driving iron" and going to a 21 degree Callaway Epic Flash hybrid in that slot. The two clubs basically act as more versatile 3 and 5 woods for me.

Over the past two years (125+ rounds) I can count on one hand the number of times I've hit 3 wood from anywhere but the tee, and I think it worked out once. I did use the driving iron more often from the tee, but almost never from the fairway/rough. While my home course rarely demands a second shot of 200+, both of these clubs give me more options than just a tee club.

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51 minutes ago, Herts JoaTMoN said:

My standard set up with around 14 yard gapping between my clubs has 11 clubs including my putter. Boredom through lockdown has me considering some additional clubs for my bag to fill those final 3 slots and I wondered if anyone else with less than 14 clubs in their bag used the extra slots for something specific as well...

I have a smart sole C chipper that use when I haven't played for months and want something easy around the greens. The mocking i get from my friends doesn't bother me as I always end up close to the pin with that thing. Then, once i have my groove back, I'll use my 9 iron - wedges around the green.

I'm considering a shorter, higher lofted Driver for narrow fairways / when I have a hazard i really need to make sure I carry / or I'm just having an off day from the tee.

I'm also considering a one length 4 hybrid. Thought it might be good on windy days, fairway bunkers, rough, shots where I'm worried about holding my landing spot and am happy for the ball to run out, Punch shots under trees etc. also. I've not tried one yet, but I'm sure it would be easy to control / fun to mess about with... My understanding is it is designed with a lower spin to achieve the same total distance through roll as its regular length equivalent.

Do any of you carry a club that's not in there for the distance gap but to serve a specific purpose / scenario / just for fun?

Great question! Ever since I saw Phil using two drivers I've been curious to try it out myself. My 3w is practically always a tee ball club, so building up a little shorter fairway finder driver and pairing it with a bomber seems like it could be a viable strategy.

I've also been tempted to get a driving iron to rotate in my bag in place of my hybrid for windy days, but have yet to pull the trigger.

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Driver (9°): :cobra-small: Speedzone (HZRDUS Smoke Green 70g X-Stiff shaft)

2 Hybrid (18°): :tour-edge: Exotics EXS Pro (Evenflow Black 6.5) (2020 MGS Official Review here)

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8 minutes ago, jlukes said:

I think I’m going to be adding a 2 iron to my bag and experimenting with simply removing my gap wedge. 
 

 

I just put my old Ping Eye2 2-iron back in my bag a month ago.  There was a long stretch where it was the only thing I could hit off the tee, and there are still times when I need something that isn't as long and has less dispersion on a bad swing than my driver.  I had been carrying a 60* wedge around for absolutely no reason whatsoever (actually it was because it matches my 56* and I have this thing about breaking them up) so out that came.  I think that was the first time the grip on that wedge had seen daylight in about a year.

 

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5 minutes ago, ncwoz said:

Great question! Ever since I saw Phil using two drivers I've been curious to try it out myself. My 3w is practically always a tee ball club, so building up a little shorter fairway finder driver and pairing it with a bomber seems like it could be a viable strategy.

 

I've entertained the thought of trying a 46"+ driver as well, recently. If anything, just for fun. Especially after seeing Ian on TXG build up his G425 to 46". All other factors being equal (which is only hypothetical because the swing would change slightly, too), going from 44.5" to 46" could net me another 5+ MPH club head speed.

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Ball: :Snell:Snell MTB-X Optic Yellow

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1 minute ago, edingc said:

I've entertained the thought of trying a 46"+ driver as well, recently. If anything, just for fun. Especially after seeing Ian on TXG build up his G425 to 46". All other factors being equal (which is only hypothetical because the swing would change slightly, too), going from 44.5" to 46" could net me another 5+ MPH club head speed.

Oh absolutely. And if you weren't quite as concerned about fairway finding with it I'm sure you could lean towards some more distance friendly launch conditions without worrying too much about dispersion. Only thing that's stopped me so far is the ole budget 😂

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2 Hybrid (18°): :tour-edge: Exotics EXS Pro (Evenflow Black 6.5) (2020 MGS Official Review here)

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I carried a Smart Sole “S” wedge for a long time, it made pitch shots automatic.


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55 minutes ago, ncwoz said:

Great question! Ever since I saw Phil using two drivers I've been curious to try it out myself. My 3w is practically always a tee ball club, so building up a little shorter fairway finder driver and pairing it with a bomber seems like it could be a viable strategy.

I've also been tempted to get a driving iron to rotate in my bag in place of my hybrid for windy days, but have yet to pull the trigger.

This was my thinking. I have 2 bags. One is my carry only 9 club bag for practice / fun. Then i have my 11 club push cart gamer bag, which i have whittled down to by 11 essentials. (driver, 5wd, 2 hybrids, 4 irons, 2 wedges). I dropped the 3 wood as it was tee only and i found i didn't gain much in terms of scoring, but a massive 3 wood would be a huge confidence booster off the tee and allow me to set up my other driver for max distance rather than a blend of distance / control

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23 minutes ago, TBT said:

I carried a Smart Sole “S” wedge for a long time, it made pitch shots automatic.


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I had one of those as well. I found it too bulky though and ended up swapping it out for a CBX 56* wedge which I had bent to 57*. Use that or my eye 2 BeCu SW depending on conditions / how I'm feeling. I'll do a WITB for my "full" bag one of these days when the Mrs is out and wont hassle me about having my "dirty" clubs out indoors (I wipe them after every shot and clean after every few rounds, she is just a clean freak).

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3 hours ago, TBT said:

I carried a Smart Sole “S” wedge for a long time, it made pitch shots automatic.


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I still use mine for all bunkers.

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In terms of the second driver, I'm thinking of cutting my Nike Vapor Flex 440 down to 43-43.5 (via tipping to preserve the flex after adding weight to the head) and playing it at 12.5. Or buying a second hand 13.5 Callaway XR16 or speed and putting a 3wood shaft in it, then adding lead tape or a heavier weight in the port for swing weight.

My gamer was a rogue, but i put a dent in the face through a period of bad heel mishits when i was really attacking the ball long drive style at the driving range, so i have reverted back to my trusty big bertha fusion (and a more manageable swing).

[edit] I use to have a Big Bertha Mini 1.5 but got rid when I was doing my club cull and cutting my clubs down. It wasn't as forgiving as a driver and wasn't the easiest off the deck, so if I'm going for a second tee only club then its a case of go big or go home! haha

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I carry both a 7 wood and a 3 hybrid. Though they probably carry the same or similar distance I don't hit the ball very high with most of my clubs, but I do with the 7 wood. So I carry it for instances when I need a much higher ball flight.

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8 hours ago, tehuti said:

I carry both a 7 wood and a 3 hybrid. Though they probably carry the same or similar distance I don't hit the ball very high with most of my clubs, but I do with the 7 wood. So I carry it for instances when I need a much higher ball flight.

7 wood is usually the same loft as a 4h or 3 iron

 

I love my 5wood so much I don't carry a 3 wood.

 

To @Herts JoaTMoN original topic of consistent 14yd gaps and only needing 11 clubs: use whatever club you feel will help you score lower! If you want two drivers, a chipper, and two sand wedges then go for it! There is no reason not to unless you are costing yourself strokes. 

My personal gaps on the high end of my bag are around 10 yards from my 5w, 4h, to 4i but I like it like that for going for greens. 

I could easily play without a 4i or Gap wedge, and the 72° lob wedge I have is almost useless so it never makes it in my bag. 

the way Maltby says it boils down to strokes. The 64° and more lob wedges usually cost people more strokes than another club will benefit them (like a hybrid or chipper)

 

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3 hours ago, Buffly said:

To @Herts JoaTMoN original topic of consistent 14yd gaps and only needing 11 clubs: use whatever club you feel will help you score lower! If you want two drivers, a chipper, and two sand wedges then go for it! There is no reason not to unless you are costing yourself strokes. 

My personal gaps on the high end of my bag are around 10 yards from my 5w, 4h, to 4i but I like it like that for going for greens. 

I could easily play without a 4i or Gap wedge, and the 72° lob wedge I have is almost useless so it never makes it in my bag. 

the way Maltby says it boils down to strokes. The 64° and more lob wedges usually cost people more strokes than another club will benefit them (like a hybrid or chipper)

 

This is it. I look at my 11 clubs and I think I'm covered for carry distances from about 80 to about 220-230 and can hold greens from about 190 in (hybrids down). I swing around 90mph but strike consistency in the longer clubs need improving.

What could i add to this that would help me score better?

I came up with answers of the safety driver, a one length 4 hybrid (I think its like a long distance chipper), and then the chipper. If there are no hazards I need to carry, then the latter 2 should inspire a lot of confidence to hit a straight shot with roll out to make the green, especially if I'm having a bad day. And on the open courses i play there is a big advantage to having a low flying ball flight in the high winds, I could adjust the 2nd driver and hybrid loft up or down to suit the conditions prior to the round.

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Experimenting with a Mini 1.5 Bertha right now as a second club off the tee. Not looking for a driver placement, but more of a 3 wood with a larger footprint that is uber forgiving off the tee. No need to ever hit a wood off the deck as I am over the moon with my 17* hybrid. if i could land one cheap, id like to try a Cobra tour length 12* driver as well. so far the mini bertha is staying in the bag. 

 

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I have a 41.75 inch 4wood that I use for tee shots on shorter holes. One season I pretty much used it exclusively because I hated the epic so much. I also have a 3i from 2 sets ago I can’t part with. 

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9 hours ago, Mr_Theoo said:

I have a 41.75 inch 4wood that I use for tee shots on shorter holes. One season I pretty much used it exclusively because I hated the epic so much. I also have a 3i from 2 sets ago I can’t part with. 

I'm thinking of getting an old f6 baffler to replace my current 5 wood also

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9 hours ago, scooterhd2 said:

Experimenting with a Mini 1.5 Bertha right now as a second club off the tee. Not looking for a driver placement, but more of a 3 wood with a larger footprint that is uber forgiving off the tee. No need to ever hit a wood off the deck as I am over the moon with my 17* hybrid. if i could land one cheap, id like to try a Cobra tour length 12* driver as well. so far the mini bertha is staying in the bag. 

I had the 14* mini Bertha for a while but i figured if im only using it from the tee why not go for the biggest most forgiving head possible

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