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Sticks of a Total Hack

Topflite_D2

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Here are the sticks of a complete hacker.
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Can you spell forgiveness? haha

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King Par

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Driver usually goes in the top of the bag. Then long irons, working your way down to mid/short irons. Then wedges and putter in the bottom.
 
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Topflite_D2

Topflite_D2

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Oh I think I tried that once and didn't like it so I put it back like this. I'll try it again that way one time when I get time.
 
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Topflite_D2

Topflite_D2

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What do you mean? I have all of them except the putter its coming tomorrow.
 
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Topflite_D2

Topflite_D2

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I hit my driver 400yrds and my 3i 320 so why do I need woods or hybrids? :D
All joking aside don't get much time to golf and the course I play normally the longest hole is 353yrds so don't need any of those clubs.
 

niblick

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No shame in the Pi5 irons. I love mine.

I will say though, they're far from being super forgiving. They're a cast cavity back, but thin sole, thin topline and very little offset. There are lots of clubs that will cut you more slack.
 
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Topflite_D2

Topflite_D2

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I know what you mean there. There almost as unforgiving as my Ram blades, should have looked around a little harder. But they are a nice looking set and I read tons of positive reviews. Might look for a set of di5's they seem more for higher handicaps.
 

King Par

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Buy some Acer XP905 iron heads.
FST 115 shafts.
Lamkin Crossline grips

$56 for heads
$48 for shafts
$24 for grips

You'll have yourself a nice set of new irons.
 
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Topflite_D2

Topflite_D2

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Thanks man I'll look into those. You think they would be more forgiving?
 

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