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  1. #21
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    I am using a 10 year old set of ping's. absolutely love them. thought a few times about swapping up, but really figure it's not the clubs that miss the green occasionally
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    I had a set of ping eye2 that I played for years, wish I still had them, I have a set of callaway x14 pro series I have been playing for almost 20 years, wow I just looked that up , so maybe it's time to change....
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    I got my Ping Zing 2 clones in about 1994 and still play them. I put new graphite shafts in them in about 2003. I do wonder if it would make any difference. I have added a 7 wood to my arsenal and will probably switch my 4 wood out for a hybrid club this year. Still use the same putter I went to in about 2005.
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    hybrids are nice, i have a few, cant hit a 3 iron to save my life....
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    If something is working well, stay with it. On bad shots, "it's usually not the arrow, it's the Indian"

    The pros have incredibly good equipment and their sponsor requires them to use the latest and greatest irons every year, but they could take our equipment and still score under par, while we could take their equipment and still shoot 20 over.
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    I'd take the 20 over. Send me their equipment.
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    Haha, Ok maybe 30 over
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaneboats View Post
    I'd take the 20 over. Send me their equipment.
    there's a lot to be said for cavityback oversize clubs vs blades.. I think I'd add 20 shots just trying to make contact with the ball in the rough with some of those blades I see in the stores..
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    no blades for me. my index would go from 4 to 24....
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    I don't think Tiger is missing the cut. If he gets his putting straightened out he might even contend come Sunday.
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