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azgreg

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  1. I've been playing the following top of the bag setup for a few months now and really like it. D - 260 y 5w - 225 y 4h - 200 y 5i - 180 y
  2. Currently playing D, 5w, then 4h.
  3. Still gaming the 22° 4h with the stock 90g steel shaft.
  4. I took a set of Tommy Armour 845s and bent a few clubs to get 6° gaps. Worked pretty well. Had about a 15 yard gap between clubs.
  5. It's rare when I have the same bag for 2 consecutive rounds.
  6. Currently 50°/56° and that's it.
  7. Steel is real and a cheap experiment.
  8. Oldie but goodies. TM R510 TP driver, TM V-Steel fairways, and TM Rescue Mid hybrids, all with TT DG S300 shafts and Golf Pride Tour Velvet +4 grips. .
  9. I've had TEs for quite a while now. However, through the pandemic I took the time to give a number of different clubs a try. I'm back on the TEs and I don't think they're going anywhere for a long time. The fact that they're simple and boring means jack and squat to me.
  10. Callaway Apex 21 irons (5-aw) with TT Elevate shafts: $1,295. https://www.pgatoursuperstore.com/apex-21-irons-w%2F-steel-shafts/2000000017592.html?cgid=golf-clubs-ironsets#prefn1=brand&prefv1=Titleist|Callaway&start=1 Maltby TS2 irons (5-gw) with TT Elevate shafts: $602. https://www.golfworks.com/maltby-ts-2-forged-iron-heads/p/kma0294/
  11. I have a TM V-Steel 7w with a TT DG S300 shaft at 40.0".
  12. An option is component clubs (Golfworks, Acer, etc.).
  13. I've played in a few 3 and 4 club tournaments in the past but for every day 5 just isn't enough.
  14. Easy solution: Buy a cheap one and reshaft it.
  15. Tour Velvet +4 midsize here. Best grip I've ever tried.
  16. Currently 4w and 2 hybrids subject to change at any moment.
  17. You didn't ask me but there's a course just south of Tucson, AZ that has a long par 3 (over 200 yards) with houses on the right and a ditch on the left with heavy brush, and the front is protected by 2 bunkers. I always scored better if I played for just in front of the bunkers on the tee shot and played for an up and down.
  18. As long as the layout was good (no duplicate holes) and in good shape I'd be fine with it. On a side note, there's a course here in Phoenix that has 6 par 3's, 6 par 4's, and 6 par 5's.
  19. I build my hybrids with the same shaft and length as the iron they're replacing.
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