Golf Equipment

What's In the Bag?

I started playing golf in 1994 and still have the used clubs that I bought from a gentleman that had mentioned he had an old set while I was playing a round with borrowed clubs.  3-PW of Tru Form cavity back irons, 1-3-5 Triumph metal woods and a Putt With Wisdom III putter.  I played quite a bit while at Northwestern, but only occasionally while at Indiana University.  I rekindled my interest somewhat in 1997 and even paid for 4 lessons, but only took 1 before moving to Colorado.  From 1997-2002 I played quite a bit and decided to upgrade my driver to an Excalibur Titanium driver with a Superlight 60 carbon shaft and 9 degrees of loft.  I also grabbed a $40 Spalding Utility wedge at the the club house one time as I was struggling to get out of the sand.  At the time, the Callaway Big Bertha was the club to have, but after swinging them all in a simulator, this gave me the best distance and accuracy.  I played occasionally the next few years and rekindled my interest in 2018 and my first stop was a new set of irons.

(1) Putter - Ping Sigma G Anser Platinum (35") - new 2019 (tested a bunch at Golf Galaxy)
(2) 58° - Spalding Pro Series Utility Wedge (?) - new circa 2001
(3) 54° - Titleist SM5, 14° bounce, F-grind (35.35") - used, purchased 2020, released 2014
(4) 49° - Callaway Rogue AW (35") - new 2018 (fitted at Golf Galaxy)
(5) 44° - Callaway Rogue PW (35.75") - new 2018
(6) 39° - Callaway Rogue 9 (36") - new 2018
(7) 34.5° - Callaway Rogue 8 (36.625") - new 2018
(8) 30° - Callaway Rogue 7 (37.25") - new 2018
(9) 26° - Callaway Rogue 6 (37.625") - new 2018
(10) 23° - Callaway Rogue 5 (38.25") - new 2018
(11) 20.5° - Callaway Rogue 4 (38.875") - new 2018
(12) 19° - Callaway Rogue Hybrid 3 (40.5") - new 2019
(13) 15° - Titleist 980F 15° Fairway Wood - used, purchased 2020, released 2003
(14) 10.5° - Titleist TS2 Driver (45.5") - new 2020 (fitted at Golf Galaxy)

I am currently using Golf Pro CP2 Pro MIDSIZE grips

In addition to getting out to the driving range regularly, I took one lesson with Willard at Indian Tree in 2019.  I would like some more.

2019 - 6 rounds
2020 - 3 rounds

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