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2019 WITB

yellowlover519yellowlover519 Advanced Members Posts: 254
edited February 14 in Juniors/College Golf Talk
Thought it would be fun to see WITB guys and gals. This is golfwrx after all. Let’s refrain from comments of the likes - “no kid should be playing pxg...”



10-year old boy



Driver - M5 with tensei red A flex 10.5*

5 wood - M6 with tensei blue A flex

4 Hybrid - M6 with tensei blue A flex

4-PW - mizuno MP-5 with zelos 7 shaft in R2 flex

Wedges - mizuno S5 (50*, 54* and 58*) with zelos 7 shaft in R2 flex

Putter - Scotty Newport Select 2014



Ball - 2017 TaylorMade TP-5

Glove - UA junior Speith

Shoes - Adidas junior boa
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  • jj9000jj9000 ClubWRX Charter Members Posts: 2,544 ClubWRX
    No kid should be playing PXG.
  • yellowlover519yellowlover519 Advanced Members Posts: 254
    edited February 14
    Here we go - why not? They do an extensive fitting. Cost is all relevant for different folks. I know plenty of 10-11 year olds with PXG.
  • jj9000jj9000 ClubWRX Charter Members Posts: 2,544 ClubWRX


    Here we go - why not? They do an extensive fitting. Cost is all relevant for different folks. I know plenty of 10-11 year olds with PXG.




    It was a joke, man. Just looking at your disclaimer in the OP. Had to be done.
  • yellowlover519yellowlover519 Advanced Members Posts: 254
    Thought it was but just needed to hammer the point!
  • TheLarchTheLarch Major Winner Advanced Members Posts: 943 ✭✭
    No kid should be playing Honma.
    Ping G SF Tec Driver
    Ping G5 3 wood 15*
    Ping G5 5 wood 18*
    Ping G5 hybrid 22*
    Ping G irons 4/UW
    Ping Gorge Tour 56* SW
    Ping iN Craz-e putter
  • yellowlover519yellowlover519 Advanced Members Posts: 254
    Or Miura, or Fourteen, or XXIO - let’s get back on WITB track...
  • yellowlover519yellowlover519 Advanced Members Posts: 254
    edited February 14
    Maybe it will be a better post if parents also disclose theirs to see if there’s any influence in the selection of their child’s clubs. Here’s mine:



    Driver - M5 10.5* with stock orange tensei

    3 wood HL - TM R15 with tensei ck blue

    2-iron - TM P-790 with recoil graphite shaft

    4-PW - TM P-790 with nippon modus

    Wedges - Vokey SM5 (51*, 55* and 59*)

    Putter - Scotty Cameron Newport button back



    Ball: TM TP-5x
  • heavy_hitterheavy_hitter Advanced Members Posts: 2,905 ✭✭
    edited February 14
    Driver: M5 Atmos Black Stiff shaft

    3Wood: M2 17 degrees regular flex shaft

    Diving Iron: Taylormade GAPR 2 iron 18 degrees stiff shaft

    Irons: 4-PW Wilson FG Tour V6 KBS 80 regular flex shafts. (need to upgrade)

    Wedges: Wilson PMP KBS Stiff Shafts 51, 55, 59 (had these bent for gapping purposes)

    Putter: Argolf Arthur Fitted and Custom built by a legend. Loft 4 degrees. Lie 70 degrees. Shaft mid hang/medium arc head weight 370 grams.

    Bag: Wilson Exo

    Ball: Wilson FG Tour but getting ready to make a switch.

    Glove: Wilson FG Tour

    Shoes: Adidas Tour 360 Spikeless, Nike Roshe G Spikeless, Adidas Tour 360 Prime Knit Red/White/Blue, UA Spieth 2 All white with navy, UA Spieth 2 Navy/White, UA Tips. Going to try the Adidas new Forged Spikeless and the Traxion Spikeless. (Don't ask about shoes. I will just say... "I know somebody.")
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  • yellowlover519yellowlover519 Advanced Members Posts: 254
    edited February 14


    Driver: M6 Atmos Black Stiff shaft

    3Wood: M2 17 degrees regular flex shaft

    Diving Iron: Taylormade GAPR 2 iron 18 degrees stiff shaft

    Irons: 4-PW Wilson FG Tour V6 KBS 80 regular flex shafts. (need to upgrade)

    Wedges: Wilson PMP KBS Stiff Shafts 51, 55, 59 (had these bent for gapping purposes)

    Putter: Argolf Arthur Fitted and Custom built by a legend. Loft 4 degrees. Lie 70 degrees. Shaft mid hang/medium arc head weight 370 grams.

    Ball: Wilson FG Tour but getting ready to make a switch.

    Glove: Wilson FG Tour

    Shoes: Adidas Tour 360 Spikeless, Nike Roshe G Spikeless, Adidas Tour 360 Prime Knit Red/White/Blue, UA Spieth 2 All white with navy, UA Spieth 2 Navy/White, UA Tips. Going to try the Adidas new Forged Spikeless and the Traxion Spikeless. (Don't ask about shoes. I will just say... "I know somebody.")




    Jealous of his shoe collection. Any connection to jumpman golf shoes?
  • kekoakekoa ClubWRX Charter Members Posts: 8,747
    :this thread is worthless without pics:



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  • Tannerbug33Tannerbug33 Advanced Members Posts: 112 ✭✭
    kekoa wrote:


    :this thread is worthless without pics:



    image/beach.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':beach:' />
    and age
  • wildcatdenwildcatden China Cat Sunflower Advanced Members Posts: 743 ✭✭
    edited February 14
    8YO:



    Driver: Cobra BioCell with Cobra 39" shaft (have a backup Fly-Z+ driver on the shelf now)

    3W: Cobra Fly-Z+ with Flynn shaft

    5W: Cobra Fly-Z+ with Flynn shaft

    5-SW: USKG TS-51

    Putter: Ping and Never Compromise Stubby

    Ball: Callaway Chromesoft

    Glove: USKG

    Shoes: Footjoy



    Caddy Dad:



    Driver: Cleveland Launcher 400

    3W: Cleveland Launcher 15*

    5W: Cleveland Launcher 19*

    3-PW: Hogan BH-5

    Putter: Ping Zing

    Ball: *any*

    Glove: Callaway

    Shoes: Nike



    I previously played some Cleveland Tour Action Ta5's from 2003 but upgraded last year to the Hogan BH-5's(circa 2005-2006) I got off eBay for <$20. Am I doing this right?
  • yellowlover519yellowlover519 Advanced Members Posts: 254

    kekoa wrote:


    :this thread is worthless without pics:



    image/beach.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':beach:' />
    and age




    I agree pics would be fun and in the spirit of wrx. Less of a post about whether what others are gaming should be considered for anyone else’s child and more of a post to see what everyone’s bagging in 2019.
  • darter79darter79 Advanced Members Posts: 654 ✭✭
    8 year old girl



    Driver: ping prodig 15

    Fairway: ping prodig 22

    Hybrid: Titleist 816 25 Flynn shaft

    Hybrid: ping prodig 27

    Irons: USKG 5-LW ts3 54

    Putter: Edel e-1

    Glove: Nike

    Ball: Wilson duo but looking for better. Trying tour soft erc soft Wilson professional
  • kcapkcap Advanced Members Posts: 137
    11 yr old soon to be 12 yr old



    Epic Rogue 10.5 - Driver with UST Pro Force Shaft

    3 and 5 wood - TBD but likely Epic with Recoil Shaft

    4 Hybrid - Apex with Recoil shaft

    5 - GW - Callaway Apex CF 19 - with recoil shaft (mens flex) ( 1 degree flat, i believe)

    54' and 58' - Mack Daddy wedges

    See More Putter

    Golf Ball - TBD, was Wilson DUO urethane

    Golf Shoes - Need to buy
  • leezer99leezer99 Advanced Members Posts: 893 ✭✭
    I'm just here for some good glove recommendations... the UA CoolSwitch Boys Large is too small now. Everything I've found though is just a little too long in the fingers.
  • cellywrattcellywratt Members Posts: 20
    Great timing with this post.



    Mr 7's new TS3 51 clubs arrived yesterday!



    Driver: Callaway XR16 HT 13.5 - Mitsubishi Ladies Flex Shaft (Soon to trial Flynn Shaft) 34 Inch

    3W - SW USKG TS3 51

    GW + LW (Arriving soon) Flynn 52 and 60.

    Putter: USKG

    Glove: Callaway Junior

    Ball: Wilson DuoU

    Shoes: Nike Roshe Spikeless
  • BertGABertGA Advanced Members Posts: 256 ✭✭
    edited February 14
    leezer99 wrote:


    I'm just here for some good glove recommendations... the UA CoolSwitch Boys Large is too small now. Everything I've found though is just a little too long in the fingers.




    I mean, you don’t want him to see the packaging, but have you tried women’s gloves? My 10 yr old daughter can almost fit into the smallest women’s FJ. Maybe take him to the store, hide the boxes, and ask him to try some on.
  • hangontighthangontight Advanced Members Posts: 536 ✭✭
    edited February 15
    8 - Boy



    Driver : XR16 12.5* / Recoil 440 es f1

    FW: Clway Big Bertha Fusion 21* / Recoil ....testing against the incumbent TS3 51 3 wood

    Hy: TS3 51

    Irons/ wedges: TS3 51 - 5-wedges

    Alll above have outfitted Witt Winn junior grips (blue)

    Putter: Odyssey Metal X Milled

    Glove: NONE! Too much hassle for an my 8 year old to keep up with

    Shoes: adidas Boa jr.



    * we have the TS3 54” irons on deck, but I think atill a bit long/upright for his setup. He is right at 54” by the way.. with past sets I’ve found he is usually ready about an inch above the recxomensed range.



    Dad

    TS3 driver/ tensei Blue stiff, spider tour black putter, and Cleveland 588 wedges. Old 712 Ap1 Irons and other wood and hybrid are old junk....but going to Sea Island in a few weeks for a fitting for irons, woods/hybrids. Time to reinvest a little in my own game.
  • GolfSRQGolfSRQ Members Posts: 32
    Driver rogue sz aldilla synergy stiff

    3w rogue stiff evenflow

    2 iron pxg tensei blue stiff

    Iron s Mizuno mp4 kbs c taper stiff 120

    Wedges sm7

    Putter ping sigma

    14 yr old
  • BertGABertGA Advanced Members Posts: 256 ✭✭
    10 yr old girl



    Driver- 2016 M2 HL

    3 wood- Cally XJ hot, in the bag only to carry her cat headcover

    4 hybrid- 2016 M2

    5-PW TS-57

    52, 56, 60 wedges a mix of USKG and Flynn

    Grips- Winn dritec ladies

    Glove- Zero Friction youth, blue

    Bag- TM FlexTech Lite, white

    Shoes- Ecco Biom hybrid 3



    Hangon, I’m totally envious you’re getting fit at Sea Island. It’s on my list of things to do in the next couple years. Just a magnificent facility. Take some time to have lunch in the men’s grill.

  • GolfSRQGolfSRQ Members Posts: 32
    Anyone here have better / newer clubs than their kids ? It seems that with most parents I know including me that the kids are getting the latest and greatest and I know for me I’m still playing ping s58’s from about 10 yrs ago ( not sure why ) just seem to be more into my sons stuff than mine.
  • BertGABertGA Advanced Members Posts: 256 ✭✭
    GolfSRQ wrote:


    Anyone here have better / newer clubs than their kids ? It seems that with most parents I know including me that the kids are getting the latest and greatest and I know for me I’m still playing ping s58’s from about 10 yrs ago ( not sure why ) just seem to be more into my sons stuff than mine.






    I think you can apply that across the board to having kids...they get clothes more than I do, etc. etc.



    Plus I get to experience the thrill of researching and purchasing new clubs with no guilt from my wife. “Honey, she needs new clubs...she’s outgrown the set we bought this Spring.” My wife likes a good budget, and the daughter’s golf budget has one more zero than dad’s.
  • Tannerbug33Tannerbug33 Advanced Members Posts: 112 ✭✭
    BertGA wrote:

    GolfSRQ wrote:


    Anyone here have better / newer clubs than their kids ? It seems that with most parents I know including me that the kids are getting the latest and greatest and I know for me I’m still playing ping s58’s from about 10 yrs ago ( not sure why ) just seem to be more into my sons stuff than mine.






    I think you can apply that across the board to having kids...they get clothes more than I do, etc. etc.



    Plus I get to experience the thrill of researching and purchasing new clubs with no guilt from my wife. “Honey, she needs new clubs...she’s outgrown the set we bought this Spring.” My wife likes a good budget, and the daughter’s golf budget has one more zero than dad’s.




    I have only played golf 3 times in the last year. But I have walked many miles cadding around courses. It has been fun. Would trade it for anything in the world
  • hangontighthangontight Advanced Members Posts: 536 ✭✭
    BertGA wrote:


    10 yr old girl



    Driver- 2016 M2 HL

    3 wood- Cally XJ hot, in the bag only to carry her cat headcover

    4 hybrid- 2016 M2

    5-PW TS-57

    52, 56, 60 wedges a mix of USKG and Flynn

    Grips- Winn dritec ladies

    Glove- Zero Friction youth, blue

    Bag- TM FlexTech Lite, white

    Shoes- Ecco Biom hybrid 3



    Hangon, I’m totally envious you’re getting fit at Sea Island. It’s on my list of things to do in the next couple years. Just a magnificent facility. Take some time to have lunch in the men’s grill.




    Yes, I’ve heard it’s great. Only doing irons, but really the pricing is comparable to local fitters . Big benefit is that it is outdoors on real grass. I got fit for a new driver a few

    Months ago at an indoor place. Fitter was great, but for me it’s very hard to get proper feel hitting into a screen. Wish I would of waited and done a full bag at Sea Island because I am not totally in love with the new driver.
  • GolfSRQGolfSRQ Members Posts: 32

    BertGA wrote:

    GolfSRQ wrote:


    Anyone here have better / newer clubs than their kids ? It seems that with most parents I know including me that the kids are getting the latest and greatest and I know for me I’m still playing ping s58’s from about 10 yrs ago ( not sure why ) just seem to be more into my sons stuff than mine.






    I think you can apply that across the board to having kids...they get clothes more than I do, etc. etc.



    Plus I get to experience the thrill of researching and purchasing new clubs with no guilt from my wife. “Honey, she needs new clubs...she’s outgrown the set we bought this Spring.” My wife likes a good budget, and the daughter’s golf budget has one more zero than dad’s.




    I have only played golf 3 times in the last year. But I have walked many miles cadding around courses. It has been fun. Would trade it for anything in the world




    Ok good, so it’s not just me.
  • heavy_hitterheavy_hitter Advanced Members Posts: 2,905 ✭✭
    GolfSRQ wrote:

    BertGA wrote:

    GolfSRQ wrote:


    Anyone here have better / newer clubs than their kids ? It seems that with most parents I know including me that the kids are getting the latest and greatest and I know for me I&#146;m still playing ping s58&#146;s from about 10 yrs ago ( not sure why ) just seem to be more into my sons stuff than mine.






    I think you can apply that across the board to having kids...they get clothes more than I do, etc. etc.



    Plus I get to experience the thrill of researching and purchasing new clubs with no guilt from my wife. &#147;Honey, she needs new clubs...she&#146;s outgrown the set we bought this Spring.&#148; My wife likes a good budget, and the daughter&#146;s golf budget has one more zero than dad&#146;s.




    I have only played golf 3 times in the last year. But I have walked many miles cadding around courses. It has been fun. Would trade it for anything in the world




    Ok good, so it&#146;s not just me.




    I can’t play anymore. I just pay the bills. I tore my labrum in my left shoulder and too painful to do certain things. I don’t want to get surgery, although it may be inevitable.
  • Tannerbug33Tannerbug33 Advanced Members Posts: 112 ✭✭
    My 10 yo son

    Us kids tour 54

    Cleveland wedges with KBS jr shafts

    Cobra f9 driver.

    Still using us kids 3wood and hybrid dont really like them.

    Tomorrow hitting a taylormade m3 3wood and hybrid that may be in the bag instead

    Cameron and crown Newport 2

    Cobra shoes

    Footjoy ladys small glove
  • BertGABertGA Advanced Members Posts: 256 ✭✭

    GolfSRQ wrote:

    BertGA wrote:

    GolfSRQ wrote:


    Anyone here have better / newer clubs than their kids ? It seems that with most parents I know including me that the kids are getting the latest and greatest and I know for me I&#146;m still playing ping s58&#146;s from about 10 yrs ago ( not sure why ) just seem to be more into my sons stuff than mine.






    I think you can apply that across the board to having kids...they get clothes more than I do, etc. etc.



    Plus I get to experience the thrill of researching and purchasing new clubs with no guilt from my wife. &#147;Honey, she needs new clubs...she&#146;s outgrown the set we bought this Spring.&#148; My wife likes a good budget, and the daughter&#146;s golf budget has one more zero than dad&#146;s.




    I have only played golf 3 times in the last year. But I have walked many miles cadding around courses. It has been fun. Would trade it for anything in the world




    Ok good, so it&#146;s not just me.




    I can’t play anymore. I just pay the bills. I tore my labrum in my left shoulder and too painful to do certain things. I don’t want to get surgery, although it may be inevitable.




    Recovery from surgery only gets harder with age. Do it now. Many people put off ortho surgery, only to wish they had done it sooner once the recovery is over. I’m referring specifically to joints. Back surgery is a different beast.
  • killer21killer21 Killer Advanced Members Posts: 103
    9, going on 10 Year Old Girl - Lefty



    Cobra Fly Z 12-13.5* Driver, Stock W Flex Shaft

    Cobra F-6 5-7 Fwy stock shaft W Flex

    Cobra F-6 22* Hybrid stock shaft W Flex

    Cobra F-6 25* Hybrid stock shaft W flex

    Ping I25 6i - GW Purple Dot, TS59 Graphite Shafts

    Cleveland RTX 2.0 CB 56* SW, Ultra lite 50 Graphite Shaft

    Macgregor Bobby Grace V-Foil Putter M5k



    Wilson Duo Urethane Ball

    Under Armour Glove RH Kids Small
    Ping I15 8* Fubuki Tour
    X-Hot (2006) Vista Pro 80
    X-Hot Pro Hybrids 18, 23
    Wilson D100 25* Hybrid
    X-Tour S300
    Vokey 50, 54, 58
  • CTgolfCTgolf Advanced Members Posts: 391 ✭✭
    What's NOT In The Bag:



    Nike shoes...like skiing, too dangerous
  • wildcatdenwildcatden China Cat Sunflower Advanced Members Posts: 743 ✭✭
    CTgolf wrote:


    What's NOT In The Bag:



    Nike shoes...like skiing, too dangerous




    LOL!! I just threw away my Nike golf gloves. Can't take a risk with a hand injury in golf.
  • leezer99leezer99 Advanced Members Posts: 893 ✭✭
    wildcatden wrote:

    CTgolf wrote:


    What's NOT In The Bag:



    Nike shoes...like skiing, too dangerous




    LOL!! I just threw away my Nike golf gloves. Can't take a risk with a hand injury in golf.




    And you know that had to impact the rest of the team! Like are you really going to try and cut to the rim in the same shoes your fallen comrade just blew out? Nike got some explaining to do.
  • heavy_hitterheavy_hitter Advanced Members Posts: 2,905 ✭✭
    CTgolf wrote:


    What's NOT In The Bag:



    Nike shoes...like skiing, too dangerous






    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH.... I needed a chuckle today.
  • Golfingdawg19Golfingdawg19 Advanced Members Posts: 328 ✭✭
    11 year old girl:



    Driver- Cobra F9 recoil 440 ladies flex 12.5 degrees

    3wd- Cobra F8 Mitsubishi Basra ladies flex 18.5 degrees

    Hybrid- Cobra F7 Fujikura ladies flex 23.5 degrees

    Hybrid- Cobra F6 Matrix Ozik ladies flex 26.5 degrees

    5iron- GW- Cobra F8 womens irons- recoil 450 ladies flex

    Wedges= Cleveland ladies wedges 54 and 58 degrees (graphite shaft- ladies flex)

    Putter- Scott GOLO 6

    Bag- Callaway

    Ball- Titleist Tour Soft
  • frankiefrankie Advanced Members Posts: 181 ✭✭
    9 year old girl:



    Driver- TM M3 Fujikura Proto Ladies Flex 12 degree head set to 13.5

    5wd- Ping G Le Ladies UL Ladies Flex 19 degrees

    Hybrid- Ping Prodi-G Regular Jr. Flex 22 degrees

    6 Iron - PW- Ping Prodi-G Regular Jr. Flex

    Wedges 52, 56, 60 Cleveland RTX 2.0 CB Project X 4.0 Graphite Ladies Flex

    Putter- TM Spider Tour Black

    Bag- Ouul

    Ball- Wilson Duo-U
  • leezer99leezer99 Advanced Members Posts: 893 ✭✭
    BertGA wrote:

    leezer99 wrote:


    I'm just here for some good glove recommendations... the UA CoolSwitch Boys Large is too small now. Everything I've found though is just a little too long in the fingers.




    I mean, you don't want him to see the packaging, but have you tried women's gloves? My 10 yr old daughter can almost fit into the smallest women's FJ. Maybe take him to the store, hide the boxes, and ask him to try some on.




    Just a follow up, ended up getting him the Tour Preferred Ladies Glove ML size which looks exactly like the men's version and it fits perfectly. I just scraped off the size sticker that said Women's ML before giving it to him.



    Thanks for the recommendation!
  • BertGABertGA Advanced Members Posts: 256 ✭✭
    Nice! Love it.
  • leezer99leezer99 Advanced Members Posts: 893 ✭✭
    These are intriguing. Anyone have experience using the AeroTech Steelfiber shafts?



    AeroTech SteelFiber
  • tiger1873tiger1873 Advanced Members Posts: 930 ✭✭
    leezer99 wrote:


    These are intriguing. Anyone have experience using the AeroTech Steelfiber shafts?



    AeroTech SteelFiber




    Very good option and we almost went with a Steelfiber shafts. We ended up just sticking with Recoil shafts because those shafts are awesome and quite honestly it's been easy to progress to stiffer shafts as needed.
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