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Just in case my readers were wondering, I decided I would let you know what was in my arsenal. Due to the fact I am cheap, and I don’t get to play too much, my clubs and tools are a little out of date. But today I thought I would let you know what I have, and do a small review over each of these products. Enjoy!
Cleveland Golf stand bag- this definitely made golf easier on me. The straps are so easy to use and make it much less difficult to walk a round of golf. This is very lightweight and versatile and has all the pockets I need. It even has a putter holder, but my putter grip is too fat to fit it.
TaylorMade r9 SuperTri Driver- This is my newest buy, and yet one of my favorites. I have always been a TaylorMade fan, and this is my second driver I have had of theirs. When I played in high school I had the r5, and my dad plays an r7. I bought this club last summer and fell in love immediately. You can customize it to your swing, change the weights, angle, etc. I believe TaylorMade drivers are #1 in golf and although the r11 is out, I still love my r9 and wouldn’t trade it.
Triumph Vertex fairway woods- I honestly have no clue where I got these. I believe a friend in high school gave me his old ones or something. These are nothing special and you probably couldn’t find them anywhere if you wanted to. But, they do get the job done.
King Cobra FP irons (4-GW)- these definitely changed my game. I bought these used and cheap and they are fit to me. This is for sure one of my better investments. These are very comfortable and smooth and I just love the look and feel of them. I had the chance to get some new ones and trade mine, but I like to stick with what I know. And if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it.
Maltby 60 degree wedge- Another one of my favorite investments. I bought this from Golf Galaxy for $10 and my short game has never been the same. I’ve never felt as if I have had more control, and from anywhere within 100 yards.
Nike Ignite putter- I honestly am not the biggest fan of this club. I can never get the feel of it and hardly ever use it any more. I don’t know if it’s the new technology, the two-ball putter, or what. But I just give this one a thumbs down.
Hagen trophy putter- This is my baby. I had a bunch of antique clubs passed down to me and this jewel was in there. I had it cleaned up, the rust polished off, and put a new, fat TigerShark grip on it. I can feel this putter so much better and my putting game just continues to get better. I LOVE this club.
Nike Juice ball- The Juice plus has become my favorite ball. I honestly do not think I am good enough or have enough experience or understanding of how to tell how good or which ball to use. But I seem to always play better when I play the Juice.
Callaway Warbird gloves- I have always use the gloves, except occasionally just grabbing something cheaper. But I love the feel of these and how they allow my hand to breathe. They also seem to last a while as well.
FootJoy SuperLites- I started in Callaway shoes and then had a pair of Nikes, but they both paled in comparison to how comfortable and durable my FootJoys are. FootJoy truly is the #1 shoe in golf. They are definitely worth the investment.
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