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NEW Cleveland Classic 270 Driver 9 Degree Stiff Flex Right Handed
NEW Cleveland Classic 270 Driver 9 Degree Stiff Flex Right Handed
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BRAND NEW CLEVELAND 588 ALTITUDE DRIVER.9 DEGREES. REGULAR GRAPHITE SHAFT.
BRAND NEW CLEVELAND 588 ALTITUDE DRIVER.9 DEGREES. REGULAR GRAPHITE SHAFT.
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NEW TOUR ISSUE CLEVELAND SL290 SL 290 9.0* DRIVER MIYAZAKI C KUA 59s T STAMP
NEW TOUR ISSUE CLEVELAND SL290 SL 290 9.0* DRIVER MIYAZAKI C KUA 59s T STAMP
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New 2013 Cleveland 588 Altitude 10.5* Driver Matrix Radix Regular flex Graphite
New 2013 Cleveland 588 Altitude 10.5* Driver Matrix Radix Regular flex Graphite
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CLEVELAND DRIVER 10.5 SL 290 MIYAZAKI TOUR SHAFT-- NO SKY MARKS--HARDLY PLAYED
CLEVELAND DRIVER 10.5 SL 290 MIYAZAKI TOUR SHAFT-- NO SKY MARKS--HARDLY PLAYED
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New Cleveland 588 Custom Driver 10.5* RH Regular Flex
New Cleveland 588 Custom Driver 10.5* RH Regular Flex
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Cleveland xl Driver Golf Club 7.5 X Stiff Matrix Shaft Tour Issue . Perfect
Cleveland xl Driver Golf Club 7.5 X Stiff Matrix Shaft Tour Issue . Perfect
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New Cleveland Golf CG Black 265 Driver 10.5* Regular Flex
New Cleveland Golf CG Black 265 Driver 10.5* Regular Flex
   $199.99
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Cleveland Launcher 460 Driver Golf Club
Cleveland Launcher 460 Driver Golf Club
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Cleveland Classic XL Driver (460cc) (NEW) - Select your Loft & Flex
Cleveland Classic XL Driver (460cc) (NEW) - Select your Loft & Flex
   $84.99
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Cleveland Classic 310 Drivers 10.5 Regular
Cleveland Classic 310 Drivers 10.5 Regular
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Cleveland Classic XL Driver (460cc) (NEW) - Select your Loft & Flex
Cleveland Classic XL Driver (460cc) (NEW) - Select your Loft & Flex
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CLEVELAND CLASSIC 270 10.5* MENS RH DRIVER MIYAZAKI C.KUA 39 GRAPHITE REGULAR
CLEVELAND CLASSIC 270 10.5* MENS RH DRIVER MIYAZAKI C.KUA 39 GRAPHITE REGULAR
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Cleveland Classic XL Driver (460cc) (NEW) - Select your Loft & Flex
Cleveland Classic XL Driver (460cc) (NEW) - Select your Loft & Flex
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CLEVELAND LAUNCHER XL270 12* MENS DRIVER MIYAZAKI C.KUA 39 GRAPHITE LIGHT/SENIOR
CLEVELAND LAUNCHER XL270 12* MENS DRIVER MIYAZAKI C.KUA 39 GRAPHITE LIGHT/SENIOR
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Best Single Club Ho of 2007

*rishGolfer said: OK, one for the folk here who convince themselves that "you CAN buy a better game", what single club have you bought within the last 12-18 months has made the most difference to your game and justified the expenditure. After much thought ( and a lot to choose from) I would say it has to be my Cobra Baffler Pro hybrid which I had "Limed". It has proved itself on may occasions and rarely got me in trouble. It is versatile and easy to hit. I traded my Sonartec with MG for it, but it was only after I threw the Limey into it that I discovered what a wee beauty it is. The others may come and go but this one is here to stay (yeah right IG!!).

sw*rtzd said: Nike Sumo SQ Lucky 13 driver. This loft plus 44.5 in shaft has really brought more consistancy off the tee without much loss of distance. Keeping it in play really helps the scores.

Lyl*G said: For me it wasnt a club really as I already had the club in question. It was a 100g back weight I installed in my putter. Cost me $18 and was the best golfing investment I have ever made.

w*rbirdlover said: I have to say a "tie" between the Nickent hybrids, the Redwood Anser putter and the Vokey SM 56º. All have saved me strokes. :) My "worst" 'ho was getting rid of the Ping Rapture. It took me until late fall to find something as good. And that cost me strokes. :(

cyb*rious said: It is a toss up between the Scotty Cameron 009 ( Love the look feel and way it putts) and the Superquad TP in 8.5 degrees ( higher lofts don't work for everybody).

*xtremeVFT03 said: out of all the stuff i bought last year id say the best help would have been the Burner with the creation in it.

*rish said: none...bought a load of stuff but no improvement to my game... 2 new putters (still can't putt) new irons (shafts were too stiff and only hitting them real well now that I put softer ones in) new driver (don't use it) I don't even like the way my new bag sits on my pull cart.... thinking of pulling the trigger on a FTi - tour which will undoubtably fix everything and enable me to break into single digits

S*ndy said: Getting a Nike Sasquatch driver and ditching my old TM R5 made a massive difference to my scores, and suddenly unlocked distance in my drives that I never thought possible with the big, high 'floaters' I used to hit with the R5. 2nd most important move would be putting my Heavy Putter back in the bag after a brief fling with a Cameron X2 - that thing saves me untold strokes in every round!

R*ckford35 said: Nakashima wedges. Just outstanding. R35

*rishGolfer said: Quote: Originally Posted by Rockford35 Nakashima wedges. Just outstanding. R35 did nothing for me, too much bounce and seemed too lofted. My 56 looked like a 60, the 60 looked like a 64 etc. Lovely looking club though, I'll give you that. I'll getting warm feeling about the Sonaretc wedge, VERY nice, except the crap grip. Still managed to get that sorted out yesterday!!

P* Jayhawk said: It has been a long year, and I have too many choices. :) I can't remember if it has been in the last 18 Months. May be a little longer. But the 23* Baffler certainly made the most difference in my bag over the 4i it replaced. Although once I get a chance to hit them, I am hoping it will be my new TEE's. Then again, my MP60's made a pretty big difference as well. Probably more than my Ping Tour's:laugh: Yeah, it would have to be the Baffler since it, my driver, 60* wedge are the only clubs I did not replace in the last 18 months. Although the putter was a result of damage. Heck, my SW got replaced twice, and the last shot I ever took with the original was my only ace. Maybe I would be a better golfer if I were too re-evaluate how I value clubs. I hope I wasn't the one of the ones you referred to in saying you could buy a better game :D

M*nchesterGolfer said: Had to be my MP32's. I was struggling with left-itus until I got hold of these little beauties & I Won my 1st comp with them in the bag. The Napa was a close 2nd.

Cl*gnut said: Without a doubt, my Tour Edge Exotics 18 degree ironwood. 9 times out of ten, 230 right down the middle off the tee. If I were smart, this would be my lowest club. It was also my cheapest, about 40 bucks.

VtD*vot said: Slighter Bellevue... took 3 strokes off my game ;)

R*ckford35 said: Quote: Originally Posted by IrishGolfer did nothing for me, too much bounce and seemed too lofted. My 56 looked like a 60, the 60 looked like a 64 etc. Lovely looking club though, I'll give you that. Hey, I never said they were for hacks....:laugh: R35

g*atster said: although i havent used it yet.it was purchased last calendar yr. R7 TP 3 wood.i can see this making a difference in my game this yr. as far as stuff i actually used last yr. i would have to say TM Rac wedges 52* and 56*.

*rishGolfer said: Quote: Originally Posted by Rockford35 Hey, I never said they were for hacks....:laugh: R35 Anytime you feel lucky Punk!

D*veE said: I didn't buy a single club last year and I didn't get any better. That must mean I need to buy some stuff this year. :p

*zra76 said: I bought my Miuras in 2006 so that means I don't have anything I bought in 2007 in my bag anymore. :laugh:. I'd have to say the 3iron and the 17* tour were good additions. I hit them both well and have a lot of confidence in them. The 50* GW made an immediate improvement, that's getting replaced with a 51* Scratch DOG grind custom though.

St*nters said: For me it would have to be a tie between the TEE 3 wood and my SD1 putter. The TEE has made the par 5s easier and given me more options from the teebox. The putter has a lovely feel and I am more consistent on the greens than I ever was. I didn't change much in 2007 apart from those 2 and a Vokey SM wedge, which I also really like - I got it from a huge warehouse in the North West of the UK - "MG Enterprises". Nice bloke runs it, bit overweight with a bad overswing and girls shoes but he knows his equipment. :laugh:

S*ndpiper3 said: My Pro Platinum putter. Instilled a ton more confidence in my putting game. 3w and driver will probly just keep changing... But both of them are amazing. Just got the scratch wedge today, but practise got cancelled cuz of a TON of rain the past 3 hours. So until tomorrow.

Y*ungun5 said: the Tour Issue HiBore. golf is a new, much more fun game to me from the fairway all the time...maybe not the longest, but I had yards to spare, so reasurring knowing the ball is gonna be in play off the tee...single biggest factor for me, helped me drop around 7 strokes.

s*ndwedge said: For me it was putting new shafts in my driver and 3 wood. I can finally find the fairway again and picked up a ton of distance.

BD*ddy said: Ball retriever.........

*zra76 said: Quote: Originally Posted by goatster although i havent used it yet.it was purchased last calendar yr. R7 TP 3 wood.i can see this making a difference in my game this yr. as far as stuff i actually used last yr. i would have to say TM Rac wedges 52* and 56*. It would just be wrong for 2 guys to have the same club as their "Best Ho" I suppose. http://www.shottalk.com/forum/images/icons/icon10.gif

M*KE1218 said: My Hibore XL with the Stulz made the biggest difference for me. It was good with the stock shaft, but great with the new shaft at 44".

j*stagolfer said: Probably a toss up between my 4LV and the 52, 56, and 60 set of Vokey's that I got.

g*atster said: Quote: Originally Posted by ezra76 It would just be wrong for 2 guys to have the same club as their "Best Ho" I suppose. http://www.shottalk.com/forum/images/icons/icon10.gif yeah thanks for letting me ho that one off of you.i know its gonna help my game.

MGP said: What ended the season as my gamer driver may be the best Ho I did all year. Maltby CT250 head (new) $45 SK Fiber Tour Trac 80 shaft (new) $18 GP Tour Velvet grip $2.50 Grand total = $65.50 for the best driver I've hit so far. :D

W*-Golfer said: So far I would say it's between my Burner driver or the Burner 3w. I love to hit both of them & they have been very reliable clubs.

J*rmour said: My best ho was getting fitted for my irons. Added a 1/2 inch and one degree upright. Getting a complete set of wedges also made a lot of decisions on the course easier.

D*wg64 said: The best golf investment/ club was a clone of the "momentus" .... swung everyday from March to late Sept.... dropped my HCP from 10 to 7 and had the best ball striking and score ever!!! Changed nothing else

T*pflite_D2 said: My best ho would be the R7 425. It increses my confidence knowing that I have a good club in the bag. Also the lessons helped too. Can't forget the CG10 I got. :D