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    Epic 7W. That club is just to reliable
    Driver Maybe something Flash?
    Fairways Some more awesome Flash?
    Irons I have no idea what might go in here!!!
    Wedges probably some MD goodness
    probably something that rolls awesome
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    Original Exotics 7w. The shaft has changed a few times but I’ve had the head for roughly 10yrs.

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    I guess it's my 5 or 6 year old Callaway Optiforce 4W.

    First time in 2+ years I put it back in the bag over the past two rounds and have been absolutely stinging it off the tee. From the fairway, the 17° 2H that had previously replaced it is still far more consistent for me.

    Oldest to reappear used to be my original Exotics 4W and 7W but I gave them to the First Tee program earlier this year.
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    I constantly switch between my old Mizuno Faldo 52° I've had since high school - so like 25 years - and my (obviously) newer SM7 52°.
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    Not including putters it used to be a J40 hybrid, but since finding the Rogues I'd say my F7 5W. Just a great option that gaps well for me between 3W & 4H. Trying the 3H route this year, but we'll see how it goes.

    Including putter, almost certainly my Bettinardi SS12. Something about a center shafted putter. I usually run it in the bag at least a few rounds a year just because I love the darn thing. Struggle with it on slow greens though.
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    Played my last round with a burner bubble 5w in the bag. Pulled it from 203 into a breeze and couldn't have hit a better shot pin high on the green. It was a shot where you can't miss left, and a hybrid would have terrified me.

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    Odyssey White Ice #1. Time will tell though as a Toulon has that spot now in lock down unlike any other putter I've tried to replace it with.
    In the Tec F7 cart bag:

    Driver: F8 Nardo/ Helium Proto 5F4
    Fairway Woods: F8 3w, F85w NV Blue
    Irons: F9 One/ Tour
    Wedges: RTX 50*, 60*/ Recoil 110/125
    Putter: ​Toulon Columbus / White Ice #1

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    Original RBZ 3 wood. Easy to hit and it’s a cannon.
    Driver: epic flash sub zero 9.0
    3 Wood: RBZ
    Hybrid: G30-19
    Irons: MP18-SC 4-PW
    Wedges: Mizuno 50/54/58
    Putter: Scotty Cameron California Monterey 1.5

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    This might qualify as “comes back into the bag” but I have recently been intent on trying one of the “mini drivers” that is sort of in favor. As a trial step, I found my old TaylorMade Burner Bubble in the basement (yeah, it’s been there quite a while) and but the shaft down to 43.5 inches (3 wood length). Much early success! So the Bubble is back in the back, but now in OEM specs.

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    I have an old offset hybrid by Zevo. It's the perfect replacement for my 3-iron, and because I play a fade, the offset usually results in a pretty straight shot.
    What's In The Bag:

    Driver: G2, 9-degrees, 46.5" Stiff
    3-Wood: R7, X-Stiff
    Long Hybrid: TP Rescue, 17-degrees
    Short Hybrid: ZEVO ZU-1, 21-degrees
    4-5 Irons: X-20, Stiff
    6-PW Irons: X-Forged, Stiff
    Wedges: 53-degree Diadic, 60-degree CG12
    Putter: Rife 2-Bar Mallet

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    1973 Hogan Special sand wedge. Been playing one since 1975. That one was worn out, so bought another off eBay last year. Seller bought 3 in 1974 and this one he had never hit. Great, brand new condition. Only sand wedge I've ever played.
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    2015 Callaway XR driver. A lot of competitors have come and gone but none are longer or more consistent. I don't know if it's the Project X LZ shaft or not but the club just works
    In my cart bag:

    XR 10.5* Driver
    F7 3/4 FW 15.5*
    F6 Baffler 18.5*
    F7 Hybrid 21.5*
    F7 Hybrid 24.5*
    F7 OL 6i-8i (25*,30*,35*) TrueTemper XP95 Stiff
    F7 OL 9i-SW(40*,45*,50*,55*) Nippon Modus 105 Stiff
    Maltby Design 58* wedge
    Ray Cook M1 Putter(Milled 6061)
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    Right now, it has to be the Mashie F5 5w. Just a dependable fairway wood for me.


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    George Low Wilson original 600 forged blade putter, Ping Eye 2 Lob wedge, black. When I was playing my best I would put it in my bedroom so I could guard it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by War Eagle View Post
    Right now, it has to be the Mashie F5 5w. Just a dependable fairway wood for me.
    One of the clubs I refuse to throw away... Haven't taken it out in a while. May have to change that this weekend.
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