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I have been trying to get the best clubs for my bag, that help myself to score better and work for a senior golfer. I have spent a small fortune on clubs and have finally settled on my current bag. For seniors the club requirements are totally different from the younger players. I need clubs that help elevate the ball and give me a chance to keep the ball in play. I would like to see your "senior set up" as well. So, what's in your bag?

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Ping G Max 10.5

Callaway B21 5, 7, & 9 wd  

Ping G410 5, & 6 hy

Callaway Maverik Max 7-sw

Vokey SM7 58* D grind

Odyssey 11 

 

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Ping G400 9*

Cobra Long Tom 2 wood 13*. (I'm a half-decent fw wood player and have no difficulty launching this from the deck. It's a wonderful club.)

GBB Heavenwood preferred to 3 hybrid presently.

Callaway XR 4 hybrid.

Srixon 565 6-PW (PW is 44*)

Vokey SM6 48*, 52*, 56* and 60*

Seemore Big FGP

 

My home course has pot bunkers and very soft sand which I struggle with unless I have the 60* K grind. Away from home I usually drop the 60* and stick in another hybrid. Life would be easier if they would let me just leave the 15 in the bag.

I wonder if life is a bit easier for seniors like me - I'm 67- who play links golf most of the time. Yes we have the occassional forced carry but the links game doesn't demand towering iron or hybrid shots over and over again. A lot of the time you don't need to play the ball through the air in the way you must on many inland/US style courses. You can play the game on the ground.

 

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Wishon 919THI 9* 44" Matrix Black Tie S - driver for distance

TM SLDR S 16* 42.5" BiMatrx S - driver for fairways

Nike SQ2 5900 16* 41.5" ProLaunch Red S - driver/fairway cheater stick

Adams Super S 7 wood at 36.5" PX 6.0

Cobra Bio Cell 7-9 wood at 36.5" 30* PX 6.0

Tour Edge Hot Launch 2 Iron-Wood 7 and 8 iron at 36.5" PX 6.0

Integra iWin 9-LW Single Length at 36.5" PX 6.0

Callaway PM Grind 60* around the greens

PING Craz-E side-saddle

Diamond Tour Golf Super Oversize Grips

 

BEAT THAT*

 

 

 

 

 

*I'm 43.

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Cobra LTD 10* Draw with Matrix Black Tie regular flex

Titleist 917 F2 16.5* Tensei Blue regular flex

Cleveland DST 3 hybrid Diamana Red regular flex

Cobra DWS Baffler 4 hybrid stiff flex Nippon 950GH steel

Mizuno MP4 5-PW with Ping AWT 2.0 stiff flex shafts

Vokey SM7 52,56 wedge

Cleveland 588 RTG 60

Odyssey Stroke Lab #3

I will be 57 this summer.

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Titleist TS2 7 wood

Cobra DWS hybrid

Callaway Mavrik Pro 5-PW

Ping Glide 2.0 GW
Vokey SM8 56M

Cobra LW

TaylorMade FCG putter

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> @"Carolina Golfer 2" said:

> I was fit for this entire set up just this year as I turn 60 next week.

> All regular flex shafts.

> G410 10.5 driver

> 5,7,9 FW

> 5,6 hybrid

> 7-P irons

> 50,54,58 wedges

> Putter

> Lots of Headcovers ?

> aikqdp6sr544.jpeg

>

 

That looks really nice. I guess you are still getting used to them?

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Ping G Max 10.5

Callaway B21 5, 7, & 9 wd  

Ping G410 5, & 6 hy

Callaway Maverik Max 7-sw

Vokey SM7 58* D grind

Odyssey 11 

 

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Nowadays not really sure what a “senior golfer” really is. I think the way to address these issues is to define handicap range and swing speed of driver and current distance and trajectory of maybe a 6 iron and an 8 iron. Other big question is the extent to which ball compression is really taking place. I play with guys aged from 50-80 and their sets vary from super forgiving sets up to players sets with blades and stiff shafts. I’m 72 and driver is still around 250-275, 6 iron is 170, 8 iron is 150, PW is 125, 56 is 100-105, 60 is 65-85. Get fit for your clubs, continue to take lessons, perform stretches and yoga moves constantly, and if necessary, do stretching in a hot shower before heading to the range. Maybe most of all don’t define yourself as “senior” at 50, 60, or even 70. My favorite “senior” is now 100 years old, but he was still walking and carrying and shooting par at 80.

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Rogue ST MAX 10.5 Ventus Velocore Red 6S 45" D3

Rogue ST MAX 3W 5W 7W Ventus Velocore  Red 7S -1/2" D3

Miura CB57 4-PW KBS Tour Black Pearl S D5-D7

Miura K-grind 52, 56, 60, & 64 KBS Wedge S D8

Scotty Circle T Red Dot 350g Newport 2 (A006794) Pro V1x; Bushnell Hybrid GPS Rangefinder

Backup/travel/OnDeck:  Cobra LTDx 10.5 HZRDUS Blue 6S 43.5” D3; Cobra LTDx 5W HZRDUS Blue 6S D3; Cobra F9 7W HZRDUS Blue 6S D3; MP-64's KBS Tour S D4; Vokey SM8 Raw 52 F-12, 56 S-10, & 60 L-04 TT Wedge S200 D5.

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I'm definitely a senior golfer at 71 years old. Here's my bag setup and like the OP, I've spent a lot of money getting to this point and feel pretty good about my current bag, but with money in my pocket, there's always room for improvement. Considering the PXG 0211's.

 

Driver - Tour Edge EXS 10.5

Epic Flash - Heavenwood and 3w

Callway Rogue X - 4h

Cobra F9 - 5i - PW

Callaway MD4 - 48, 54, and 58

Scotty Cameron Newport 2

Oncore Elixir

 

As you can see, I'm not a brand fanboy. I go with what seems to work for me.

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> @SwingBlade said:

> Nowadays not really sure what a “senior golfer” really is. I think the way to address these issues is to define handicap range and swing speed of driver and current distance and trajectory of maybe a 6 iron and an 8 iron. Other big question is the extent to which ball compression is really taking place. I play with guys aged from 50-80 and their sets vary from super forgiving sets up to players sets with blades and stiff shafts. I’m 72 and driver is still around 250-275, 6 iron is 170, 8 iron is 150, PW is 125, 56 is 100-105, 60 is 65-85. Get fit for your clubs, continue to take lessons, perform stretches and yoga moves constantly, and if necessary, do stretching in a hot shower before heading to the range. Maybe most of all don’t define yourself as “senior” at 50, 60, or even 70. My favorite “senior” is now 100 years old, but he was still walking and carrying and shooting par at 80.

 

I agree with everything you say here, but genetics plays a big role in this stuff, too. I'm fortunate to have a game that isn't all that different from what it was at age 30, but I can't pretend it's a result of great workout discipline ...

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10.5 GMax (12 grams of lead tape at the heel to make it an SFT.)

3, 5 and 7 k15 woods

5 and 6 irons but sometimes both 5 and 6 hybrids

7, 8, 9, pw, uw, SW (54)

56 sand wedge

Ricky Johnson 506 Wide Body center shaft putter

 

I play 2 totally different Sand wedges. One for everything except sand, and one for just sand. I'm 64, one fake hip and one to be replaced this fall.

 

 

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Maybe I should have mentioned driver distance at the start. That way it could be thinned out. I am thinking 180- 240 yard drives? What I am getting at is the club set up to maximize the shorter distances. BTW Swing Blade is a golf freak! There, I said it. I guess this applies to those playing the senior and white tees mostly.

Ping G Max 10.5

Callaway B21 5, 7, & 9 wd  

Ping G410 5, & 6 hy

Callaway Maverik Max 7-sw

Vokey SM7 58* D grind

Odyssey 11 

 

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> @platgof said:

> > @"Carolina Golfer 2" said:

> > I was fit for this entire set up just this year as I turn 60 next week.

> > All regular flex shafts.

> > G410 10.5 driver

> > 5,7,9 FW

> > 5,6 hybrid

> > 7-P irons

> > 50,54,58 wedges

> > Putter

> > Lots of Headcovers ?

> > aikqdp6sr544.jpeg

> >

>

> That looks really nice. I guess you are still getting used to them?

 

> @platgof said:

> > @"Carolina Golfer 2" said:

> > I was fit for this entire set up just this year as I turn 60 next week.

> > All regular flex shafts.

> > G410 10.5 driver

> > 5,7,9 FW

> > 5,6 hybrid

> > 7-P irons

> > 50,54,58 wedges

> > Putter

> > Lots of Headcovers ?

> > aikqdp6sr544.jpeg

> >

>

> That looks really nice. I guess you are still getting used to them?

I've adjusted pretty well. Especially in the 7-9 FW and 5-6 hybrids. They are so much easier to hit. So from 150 to 180 I'm much more confident now.

Wedges are the biggest adjustment right now. Having played Vokey SM6/7 for the past 3 years.

 

 

 

Titleist TSR 2 10*  HZRDUS CB Red 6.0 

Titleist TSR 16.5* HZRDUS Red 5.5 

Titleist TSi1 20* Aldila Ascent 
Titlesit T200 5-GW SteelFiber I 80 cw
Vokey
SM 54/58 

Scotty Cameron Special Select 5.5 Flowback 35" 


 

 

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> @MaxBuck said:

> > @SwingBlade said:

> > Nowadays not really sure what a “senior golfer” really is. I think the way to address these issues is to define handicap range and swing speed of driver and current distance and trajectory of maybe a 6 iron and an 8 iron. Other big question is the extent to which ball compression is really taking place. I play with guys aged from 50-80 and their sets vary from super forgiving sets up to players sets with blades and stiff shafts. I’m 72 and driver is still around 250-275, 6 iron is 170, 8 iron is 150, PW is 125, 56 is 100-105, 60 is 65-85. Get fit for your clubs, continue to take lessons, perform stretches and yoga moves constantly, and if necessary, do stretching in a hot shower before heading to the range. Maybe most of all don’t define yourself as “senior” at 50, 60, or even 70. My favorite “senior” is now 100 years old, but he was still walking and carrying and shooting par at 80.

>

> I agree with everything you say here, but genetics plays a big role in this stuff, too. I'm fortunate to have a game that isn't all that different from what it was at age 30, but I can't pretend it's a result of great workout discipline ...

 

I agree also. It’s genetics and luck. And, it can all change in a moment. But, I feel it’s mainly about flexibility and stretching and tension free swing dynamics, not working out. My golf guru who held several course records and is now 100 always says to draw the bow and then release the arrow. It took me several years to even begin to comprehend what he was saying. Still working at it.

 

 

Rogue ST MAX 10.5 Ventus Velocore Red 6S 45" D3

Rogue ST MAX 3W 5W 7W Ventus Velocore  Red 7S -1/2" D3

Miura CB57 4-PW KBS Tour Black Pearl S D5-D7

Miura K-grind 52, 56, 60, & 64 KBS Wedge S D8

Scotty Circle T Red Dot 350g Newport 2 (A006794) Pro V1x; Bushnell Hybrid GPS Rangefinder

Backup/travel/OnDeck:  Cobra LTDx 10.5 HZRDUS Blue 6S 43.5” D3; Cobra LTDx 5W HZRDUS Blue 6S D3; Cobra F9 7W HZRDUS Blue 6S D3; MP-64's KBS Tour S D4; Vokey SM8 Raw 52 F-12, 56 S-10, & 60 L-04 TT Wedge S200 D5.

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While not a senior, I decided to go with a very senior style set up for the forgiving nature of such clubs rather than anything else. Had my driver swing speed checked yesterday and I was swinging 94-97 on the range but more like 85-90 on course. I had decided that I need to stop taking it too seriously as a really high handicapper and play just to enjoy the game. I don't get much time to practice, so not looking to shape shots etc.

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My "Senior Bag". I'm 70 and have never had an issue elevating the ball.

Ping 8.5* G400 LST Ping

Callaway Epic set at 16* Hazardus

Ping G Series 19* & 26* Hybrids

Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal Pros Recoil 95 6 thru GW

Vokey SM6 54* & 58*

Ping Bergen

All R Flex shafts

 

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Callaway 9* Rogue Max ST
Callaway Apex 21 18* & 21* & 24* Hybrids

Mizuno JPX 921 Hot Metal Pro's 6 thru UW
Vokey SM6 54*/10* S Grind
Vokey SM6 58*/12* K Grind
T.P Mills Custom PN MIng
Custom Compass Golf "Fang"
 

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Am I a senior? 57 yo. Don't feel like a senior most days.

I play stiff shafts in everything except my G410 3hyb. Ping Tour 85 that was fit by Ping.

Clubs in signature.

Rogue ST Max LS Oban Devotion 6/04 10.5, -1* @45.25" 

SIM2Max 3HL Ventus Blue 6s.
Ping G410 19* Riptide CB 80 6.0

Ping G410 22* & 26* Riptide CB 80 5.5
'21 Apex 6-GW SF fc90 f3  Or Cobra Forged Tec Black 6-GW, SF i95cw R   
RTX Full Face Black 54/9.
Mack Daddy PM 2.0 58/12

Bettinardi Innovai Rev 6.0  33” 

TM Tour Response '20 / E.R.C. Soft TT/Chrome Soft TT

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"For seniors the club requirements are totally different from the younger players" - was going to comment differently but I see OP provided some context.

 

My specs, eligible for U.S. Senior Open age wise, not sure how "senior" we are talking about, aren't really any different than they were 20 years ago. I've gone to graphite shafts in my irons, but still stiff shafts. I'd say the only real difference is my iron shafts are much lighter weight and my shafts in driver/fairways are much lighter than I'm sure they were 20 years ago, but still stiff graphite.

 

Your club requirements are what you need - not all younger players swing it 110, not all older players swing it 80.

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> @FLOGMR said:

> 73 years "young"...still playing off a H'cap that ranges between 1-4...currently a 3.4 at the start of this season...... Had full hip replacement surgery 6 weeks ago so not going to post any scores for a few more weeks :/

I'll be 62 in October. My left hip turned 9 on April 30th, my left will be 3 on August 8th. Two railroad spikes, two trailer hitches and 6 lag screws and NO PAIN.

 

 

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> @"Carolina Golfer 2" said:

> I was fit for this entire set up just this year as I turn 60 next week.

> All regular flex shafts.

> G410 10.5 driver

> 5,7,9 FW

> 5,6 hybrid

> 7-P irons

> 50,54,58 wedges

> Putter

> Lots of Headcovers ?

> aikqdp6sr544.jpeg

>

 

Cheeze Whiz old buddy you are catching me LOL

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Driver--- Honma G1-X Stock 65 R Pured and Tuned

3W  TM V-Steel 15* bent to 14 NVS green Aldila 65gr R

7W TM V-steel 21* Ust Pro Force Gold 65 R

9W TM V-Steel 24* TM MAS Stiff 

Irons  4 thru 9 Mac Nicklaus Muirfields TT Black label R

SW 50* bent to 51* Vokey SM-4 stock shaft

LW  58* Vokey SM-5 L grind stock shaft

Putter--- 1997 Rusty Scotty Santa Fe fluted Bulls Eye shaft

Bag --- Old Jones Classic Non stand

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> @Hawkeye77 said:

> "For seniors the club requirements are totally different from the younger players" - was going to comment differently but I see OP provided some context.

>

> My specs, eligible for U.S. Senior Open age wise, not sure how "senior" we are talking about, aren't really any different than they were 20 years ago. I've gone to graphite shafts in my irons, but still stiff shafts. I'd say the only real difference is my iron shafts are much lighter weight and my shafts in driver/fairways are much lighter than I'm sure they were 20 years ago, but still stiff graphite.

>

> Your club requirements are what you need - not all younger players swing it 110, not all older players swing it 80.

 

That last line nailed it. Even though I have went back to hitting my old Mac blades I do have Hogan Apex #2 steel shafts in them which is a senior shaft. Regular shafts in the FW and 23* hybrid and driver. Those Swing Science graphite shafts in my KZG CBs are senior flex also.

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Driver--- Honma G1-X Stock 65 R Pured and Tuned

3W  TM V-Steel 15* bent to 14 NVS green Aldila 65gr R

7W TM V-steel 21* Ust Pro Force Gold 65 R

9W TM V-Steel 24* TM MAS Stiff 

Irons  4 thru 9 Mac Nicklaus Muirfields TT Black label R

SW 50* bent to 51* Vokey SM-4 stock shaft

LW  58* Vokey SM-5 L grind stock shaft

Putter--- 1997 Rusty Scotty Santa Fe fluted Bulls Eye shaft

Bag --- Old Jones Classic Non stand

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