Re: Golf Clubbing
Same here... haven't bought anything new since the mid-90s. I'm lucky if I play twice a year now.
King Cobra driver (10.5, I think) and 3-wood with steel shafts
Powerbilt cavity-back irons, 3-SW, with steel shafts
Very beat-up Ray Cook putter
I just don't play enough to even have a consistent bugaboo, I have the whole range of errors within a round -- hook, slice, fat, thin. My game is not only inconsistent, it's atypical. I can hit long irons better than fairway woods, which just isn't normal for someone who struggles to break 100. I putt pretty well. For me, it's all about avoiding that disaster from teebox to approach shot. My club choices -- stiff steel shafts, cavity-back irons, leaving the driver in the bag most of the time -- were all about control and forgiveness. In other words, instead of trying to maximize how good my good shots are, I try to minimize how bad my bad shots are.
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