How often do you change gear?

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By Alex

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    Just like to know are you the type who keeps a club in the bag forever or are you the type who has no attachment to gear and just buys the latest and greatest?

    I think sometime you get a piece of gear you just can't play without and other gear in my bag changes all the time looking for that perfect fit but just never finding it.

    Be great to hear from you Team Titleist

    Thanks

  2. Frank P
    Port St. Lucie, FL

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    Wedges every year or so. Irons every 4 or 5 years. Driver and FW'S about the same as irons.
  3. Chris92009
    Cincinnati, Ohio

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    I replace my driver, fairway metals, hybrids, and irons every two years on cycle with Titleist release. Wedges are replaced twice a year due to wear and tear from practice and play as well as sometimes I want a different finish just for fun.
  4. Don O
    Madison, WI

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    My goal is every other release with wood and every 3rd release with irons, but between lessons and a TPI exercise program, I've had enough changes to be refit with each release, and that will include the TS line as well. ...I should be able to keep the 718s, but I might need to add a 21 degree 818/820. The gap between a 23 818 and my 5W is starting to get too wide. Wedges are every release with new lofts and grinds with each version.
  5. David ARK
    Sayville, NY

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    If Titleist releases it, I buy it. I have golf OCD! Waiting as patiently as I can for the TS as I know we are getting close to the release for us regular folks.
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    Wow you guys must play a lot more golf than me. Getting fresh clubs is an awesome feeling. Sometimes they take longer to break in than others but the longer the better cause it means more practice time.

    Thanks for sharing really appreciate it.

    #TeamTitleist
  7. Christiaan P
    Pretoria

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    I'm a challenge tour player in South Africa (sunshine big easy tour and igt challenge tour)I play alot but I would say if it ain't broken don't fix/change it. It's difficult to get sponsorships here for clubs and apparel and to to change every now and then just to have the latest is a few tournaments entry fees. On wedges it's important though as they take alot of shots. Enjoy.
  8. Darron K
    Fate, TX

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    Driver between 2 - 3 release cycles.
    Hybrids between 2 - 4 release cycles
    Irons between 3 - 4 release cycles
    Wedges usually my most used twice a year, other wedges every release cycle.
    Putter, only when I've lost all confidence with my current putter! LoL
  9. Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

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    I go with new irons about every other cycle and a new driver every cycle, if I can pick up at least 10 more yards. Wedges every year. They wear out pretty quickly. I play close to 100 rounds a year and that is the recommended rounds to change the wedges. My hybrids I kinda hang onto. I am retired and play 3 - 4 times a week.
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    Wedges about every other cycle. Woods will be next, probably after the TS line and irons hang around for 10-15 years. Playing 8-12 rounds a year won't due a lot of wear and tear to irons.
  11. Don F
    Longview, TX

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    Not nearly enough compared to these guys!!! LOL Will be putting a new driver, 3-wood, wedges and putter in the bag in the near future.
  12. Zangetsu
    Netherlands

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    Almost 1 1/2 year addicted to this game.
    In that time.

    1 box set
    2 swoosh irons
    3 semi fit full bag other oem
    4 full bag titleist + cbs
    5 titleist mb irons + new mid staff bag

    Think i am complete now.
    Might get tempted with the new TS line up.
    But i think i can get by for a few years (months of not getting an upgrade)

    Also wedges once a year
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    Zangetsu said:

    Almost 1 1/2 year addicted to this game.
    In that time.

    1 box set
    2 swoosh irons
    3 semi fit full bag other oem
    4 full bag titleist + cbs
    5 titleist mb irons + new mid staff bag

    Think i am complete now.
    Might get tempted with the new TS line up.
    But i think i can get by for a few years (months of not getting an upgrade)

    Also wedges once a year
    Profile pick setup 5

    Wow that's crazy in that small amount of time. You've really ended up with a beautiful set of clubs though.

    What scotty is that?
  14. TaeHan K
    Australia

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    Iron: Normally every two cycles (weirdly every even number)
    Big stick : 2 cycles
    Metal : 3 cycles
    Wedges: almost every year
    Putter : try to stick with one (recent change late last year and prior to that was for 6 years)
  15. pauldrue
    Nashua, NH

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    Woods on the cycle change. Irons usually stay in the bag longer. Although, I have changed during the past two cycle changes. Bought a double set of the same wedges (TVD's) and I change out when I wear them out. Putter...depends on the day. Haha

    Enjoy!

    Paul
  16. Chris B
    Monroe, LA

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    not often enough......I do like my vokey wedges though!!!
  17. Speedy
    Newmarket, NH

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    Driver... Every other month pretty much and trying different models.... It's a problem...

    I'm waiting patiently for the TS.. It's the one club in my bag I'm not comfortable with. I have NO idea where it's going to go when i tee up..

    Irons - Currently have AP3s and will probably keep those for a while.

    Wedges - Need to upgrade soon

    Putters - I found my love and will never be replaced.
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    Speedy said:

    Driver... Every other month pretty much and trying different models.... It's a problem...

    I'm waiting patiently for the TS.. It's the one club in my bag I'm not comfortable with. I have NO idea where it's going to go when i tee up..

    Irons - Currently have AP3s and will probably keep those for a while.

    Wedges - Need to upgrade soon

    Putters - I found my love and will never be replaced.

    Your love is?
  19. 19hole
    Woburn, MA

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    I replace my clubs with every new product introduction. My current MBs are less than a years old and are already showing a fair bit of wear.
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    I use to change about every 5 years or so but now with the new technology; I change driver, 3 and hybrids when Titleist comes with a new release. Easier to hit but I didn't see a big difference in the 915 vs the 917 drivers. I have heard the new TS will be more forgiving, can't wait

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