Titleist 910 D3
I just recently made this purchase, upgrading from my 907 D2. I made this change because I tend to naturally hit the ball high and the D3 promotes a lower, more penetrating ball flight. With having an average swing speed of 110 mph, I purchased the D3 with a Diamana stiff flex, standard length shaft. I still have the head set to neutral, but might be playing around with the loft/face angle. The pop that comes with this driver is unreal, even with the slightly smaller 445cc head.
I have had this club for about two years now and cannot say enough about it. I have topped this club out at just over 300 yards with a great feel for playability. I have it with a Proforce V2 stiff shaft, identical to the one Steve Stricker uses. I rarely miss hit this club and never hook/slice it. It is truly one of my favorite clubs in my bag.
I received these irons 2 years ago and feel I will have a hard time ever switching to anything else. Although they are very unforgiving, the sweet spot on them just makes the ball “jump” off the face. These irons are probably “too good” for my game, but my iron play has never really been a problem. I tend to dig through the ground and the slightly larger sole on these clubs allow me to continue my swing. The CB’s have the standard stiff flex Dynamic Gold shafts, although I will be looking into the Project X shafts as well.
Titleist Vokey 52 and 56-degree
Both are last year’s versions of the Vokey wedges still with the spin milled grooves. These wedges are truly the best feeling wedges I have ever felt, and I have had my fair share of wedges. It seems effortless to get the ball to stop on the green and many times even spin back three to four feet. I use my 56 from 100 yards and in, and is very easy to open the face for some added loft if needed. These are very traditional, yet sleek looking wedges that I would recommend to anyone of any handicap level. They come in 3 different finishes: Tour Chrome, Black Nickel, and Oil Can.
Titleist Scotty Cameron GoLo
This is my pride and joy. My newest purchase in my bag, upgrading from my Scotty Cameron Newport 2.5 (blade), I have never been so satisfied with a putter. The larger mallet style makes it effortless to swing the club straight back and through, while still keeping the traditional Scotty Cameron feel that I love. There is no such thing as a “dead spot” on this putter, as hits off the toe and heel still go the same distance and feel the same as the sweet spot. Also, this is the prettiest looking putter I have yet to see.
My 3 through 56-degree were just recently re-gripped with all white Golf Pride Tour Wrap grips. I was leery of these at first, worrying they would get dirty easy, but the material on these grips make it easy to just add some water and wipe with a towel if they do get a little brown. I highly recommend Golf Pride grips.
My ball of choice is the Titleist Pro-V1x. I like these because they are longer than the Pro-V1’s, but still have the soft feel and spin around the greens. With that being said, I use many balls from Bridgestone B-330, to the Srixon Z-Stars. Being friends with the local golf shops makes it a little easier on my pocket to fork out money for how expensive these balls are.