Epic Flash SZ / 9* / DRIVER SHAFT TBD
Epic Flash SZ / 3+ / DF 70TX tipped 1.50"
Epic Flash / 5 / BF 90TX Tipped 1.75"
785 / 3-PW / PX 7.0
RTX4 / 52, 59 / DG S400
Piretti Tour 801R / 35.5"
My 910D2 Driver and my Scotty Cameron Kombi-S (my avatar is of the face of that putter) are the two that come to mind.
Two of the only clubs I've bought new in the last 15 years. Neither club really works for me now (spin-killing tech has come a long way, and I'm no longer a SBST putter), but they were two of my most reliable sticks over the years when I was able to play some great golf.
They've seen St. Andrews (Old Course, New Course, Jubilee Course, Castle Course), Gullane, Torrey Pines, Hamilton Golf and Country Club, North Berwick, Pelican Hill, and dozens of other great courses in between.
I have a "Hall of Fame" rack at my house of retired clubs I keep on the wall. There are about 5 clubs on there, but those two are the cream of the crop.
Every gamer club is eventually replaced, but this putter has a permanent spot in my office:
My grandfather's first putter , made in 1917 , given to him in 1919 . He gave it
to me fifty years ago on my 10th birthday. I will be giving it to my grandson this
spring .......100 years in the family......and will never be sold.....
MacGregor / Made by Crawford McGregor & Camby Co. Dayton Ohio
Have posted this before but my Epic Subzero...i believe i was the first amateur lefty in the world to own the club . So it's pretty special to me