Originally Posted by Redhook
I recently put in a 4th wedge, a 50 degree, in the bag. My PW is 46. I bent my 54 up to 55 and my 58 to 59. In reverse order, I hit them 100, 114, 127, 140. Nice gaps, I like this a lot. I now have to take my 3 iron out of the bag. No big deal since I don't use it much and I carry my 4 iron 215.
Additionally, I put a new 3wood in the bag. It's Cleveland 13 degree (Tour Head) with a Miyazaki shaft that I picked up from a Nationwide event. This club is a beast. I love it.
Also, I'm going through some test runs with a new hybrid. I currently use a Cleveland Launcher 1 hybrid. I've been testing a Cleveland 1 Mashie. Both have x100 shafts. I like them both, but I'm not quite ready to take the Launcher out of the bag because it's my go-to club.
Obviously you are a professional golfer, and you and I are not on the same level, but this is something I never got into. I've got hand me down Taylor Made RAC irons, a driver I bought used at Golf Galaxy (Titlest 909 D2), a Titleist 907 3 wood i traded my buddy for, a cleveland sand wedge I bought used, a cleveland (non matching) gap wedge that I got from the lost and found at the course I used to work at, and a random taylor made 60 degree.
How much of a difference do you think it would make in my game if I got my clubs fitted to my swing, or paid more attention to the loft of my wedges, and/or had a matching set of clubs?