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I've seen many players with two putters. One for long and one for short. I've got 4 wedges in the bag. Why not 2 drivers?
2006-04-05 @ 10:30
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor]
With two drivers, one of those wedges will have to go to stay at 14 clubs. My guess is that 2 drivers would work for a scratch player who can actually repeat their swing enough to take advantage of the weighting systems, as well as the ability to play a variety of shots with a smaller number of wedges, a la Philly Mick.
2006-04-05 @ 13:16
Comment from: Kris [Visitor]
Looks like he took out the 3-Iron.

driver, driver, 3+, 5W, 4-P, sw, lw, putter.
2006-04-09 @ 18:22
Comment from: shawn [Visitor] Email
It isn't likely that he is going to take a scoring club out of his bag. More likely, with a much higher percentage of fairways hit, he will remove a long iron. In todays game, with todays pro, long irons don't see much use anyway. Its more of a driver and wedge game then ever. If driver technology increases any more, we will only need a driver and putter in the bag. Gone are the days when golfers could actually work the ball with all the clubs. Is it a wonder that TIger is dominating?
2007-06-04 @ 09:57

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