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Best club in your bag


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#1 oldschoolrocker

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Posted 03 July 2018 - 06:40 AM

Over the years most of us have bought, sold, thrifted, gifted and just out right found hundreds, if not thousands, when you include the “hoards “ that a few of our members have come across.  My question is “What is the one club that made its way into your bag and stayed due to it’s outstanding service?”
Mine is this Wilson Dual wedge.  Gotta be the heaviest swing weight I’ve ever played, no idea what it actually measures, but, feels around E0-1 to me.  Great club that inspires confidence every time it’s pulled for duty.
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#2 Dcohenour

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Posted 04 July 2018 - 09:59 AM

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Found at a thrift store recently for 99 cents. Has stayed in the bag since. It must be the weight & shaft. It let's me take it back nice and easy, and I seem to accelerate thru the ball much better with it thay any other wedge I've played. It would take something pretty special to knock it out of the bag.
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Posted 14 July 2018 - 11:00 AM

It has to be either my 1958 Wilson staff dynapower sand wedge, or my T945 MacGregor super eye o matic 1 wood. Both picked up at the arc for less than $2 each. The sand wedge has the sole stampings damn near worn off, and I think all the Wilson wedges from this era have steam shovel swing weights, mine is an E-0 as well. But lordy, it's automatic. Great feel and distance control, and out of the sand it's a monster. The Mac my girlfriend found and I refinished, its a c-8 at 44 1/4 in, stiff shaft, and it's.... Perfect. Love to see the shocked faces when I pull it out, followed by incredulous gaping when I hit it past my partners 460cc noisemakers. High power fade and suddenly I'm jack Nicklaus, ready to pull my 1 iron and go for a par 5 in two :)

Edited by 1ironcharlie, 14 July 2018 - 11:56 AM.


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