Talkin' bout golf.....

Discussion in 'Sports' started by jerry dean, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. jerry dean

    jerry dean Suspended Permanently

    What's your favorite stick in your bag? Best?

    2 Iron is my favorite, but toe wedge is my best.
     
  2. millennium man

    millennium man Well-Known Member

    Sand Wedge! Toe wedge is a good one I like that! Thats my favorite for getting out of trees and occasional sand trap.
     

  3. D_ROK

    D_ROK Well-Known Member

    I haveto say my favorite is the #4 hybrid but my best club is the trusty ole PW.
     
  4. millennium man

    millennium man Well-Known Member

    Hey D ROK those hybrids are nice aren't they. I have one to replace my 3 iron and I really like it.
     
  5. sleepyluke

    sleepyluke Well-Known Member

    favorite right now is my driver, best has to be my 56 degree wedge

    me and the putter are not getting along if that matters!
     
  6. hawgpharm

    hawgpharm Well-Known Member

    56 degree wedge is my favorite most of the time except when the driver is on.
     
  7. wildhog62

    wildhog62 Well-Known Member

    My favorite is the 5 wood

    Best is the lob wedge (60 degree loft)
     
  8. JR1

    JR1 Well-Known Member

    Favorite is an old Taylor made 21degree wood. That sucker is dead straight and gets off the tee A LOT.

    My best clubs are any of the mid-irons. I hit them well and I can count on them to do what I want them to (most of the time).
     
  9. possum

    possum Moderator<br>2011-12 Deer Hunting Contest Winner<b

    It's been a while but my best would be the Lob wedge and the most used would probably be the machete.:thumb:
     
  10. wildhog62

    wildhog62 Well-Known Member

    Why does that NOT suprise me???? :eek:
     
  11. Gunner'sMate

    Gunner'sMate Well-Known Member

    Driver, 7-iron and my putter......anything in between and I'm toast...haven't even had my clubs out of the closet in about 3 years...would rather hunt and fish than play golf any day (did I say that!!!!:smack: ) :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:
     
  12. BuzzBait

    BuzzBait Well-Known Member

    got to be my eight iron..can sweet swing it for 120 Yards or kill it for up to 170...
     
  13. Arkie_3_fan

    Arkie_3_fan Well-Known Member

    Hard to say for sure.
    Most of the time my driver is my favorite club.
    Every now and then my 59 degree wedge becomes my favorite club... but most of the time it's my least favorite! :thumb:
    Hawgpharm, we've got to get together an play a round or two this year.
     
  14. ace777

    ace777 Well-Known Member

    9 wood:biggrin: and 56 degree wedge
     
  15. browning_gold_12

    browning_gold_12 Moderator<br>Deer Hunting<br>Trail Cameras<br>'07

    my trusty old Adams Tight Lies Bi-Matrix Driver. last foot or so of the shaft is metal, the rest is graphite. i can smash with it. keeping score in golf is for sissys. holes are won off the tee box.:biggrin:

    GO LONG OR GO HOME!!!! LET THE BIG DAWG EAT!!!!GRIP IT AND RIP IT!!!!

    hey arkie 3, wont be long baby!!! BG12
     
  16. Arkie_3_fan

    Arkie_3_fan Well-Known Member

    Just say the word. I'm sitting on ready.
    Right now I'm considering getting me some new sticks (it's an addiction!). TGW has the Cobra FP Irons for $349 and the S9's for $399.
    So much for getting a Speed series driver this year. :smack:


     
  17. millennium man

    millennium man Well-Known Member

    Man ain't it fun to get a new set of clubs? I always think its going to change my game around but just never seems to help. Cobra irons are nice, I just went from Callaway X-18 irons to some Mizuno's last year but I stll have a Callaway Driver and 3 wood.
     
  18. hawgpharm

    hawgpharm Well-Known Member

    tru dat.
     
  19. firehog

    firehog Well-Known Member

    Ping Iron 7,8, and my Lob wedg

    Side Note--- anyone looking for some discounts etc on golf courses, I get a American Lung Cancer golf card every year and it surely pays for itself in one day at a course. The course's offer different benefits and you have to read exactly what they are, but some have free green fees which would normally cost around $35 bucks at my close courses and you get them free.
     
  20. millennium man

    millennium man Well-Known Member

    Is it good for just one green fee per course or can you use it multiple times?
     
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2008