Close. I carry 2 Drivers, 9 and 10.5 (pending how I feel that day), 3W, 18H, 21H, 24H, 28H, 32H, standard 7 (alternate between Hybrid 7 iron pending lie), 8, 9, PW, 56, Putter. Don't get me wrong, I have 52, 54, 58, and 60, but I've found I get too obsessed over loft because I can flatten the 56, or choke-up slightly....not everyone's cup of tea I'll admit.So how do you reach 14 clubs? A bunch of woods/hybrids/driving irons?
I carry 4 wedges because I have spare capacity. Although I rarely hit my 54 because I don’t hit it as well for some reason. Maybe because I rarely swing it?
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There is a lot to be said for a minimalist approach. Focus on making good shots and learning to play different shots with each club as needed will pay off in the end. Especially in the short game.Just a PW and a SW that came with the set. Right now I have only 10 clubs including the putter. I'm having enough trouble just figuring out when to use the clubs I have.
A couple years ago I bought a mint, never hit set of beryllium copper Hogan Special wedges, late '80's or early '90's vintage. FW (52*), SI (56*), and (60*). They play beautifully and look the same. I wish I'd had them when they were new, to match my then current Hogan Edge GS irons.In 1986 for me it was 47, 51, 56, and 60. I was an early adopter of carrying a lob wedge. Nobody sold a 51 back then so I bent a 52 to get the gap I wanted.