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  • Pingeye2_fan
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    PING MB wedges circa 2003, 50-54-58, although the new PING glide with the Eye 2 grinds look nice.

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  • gushamilton
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    M1 Driver - 2017

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  • jackblack
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    My Hogan Apex Plus irons 3-E from 1999.

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  • Tyger
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    How old is this thread? lol

    Cleveland TA Milled 1 & 1i putters, circa 1998/1999 I think

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  • yertu
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    Adams Idea Pro Hybrid - Don't think this will ever leave the bag, longest hybrid i've ever hit

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  • Tom Morris
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    In 2004 or 2005 I bought a 3 and a 4 Jazz Fat Cat Calico series hybrids from Golf Town for $30 each. They are still in my bag and they are my two favourite clubs. They will never be replaced.

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  • cuonthe1t
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    my 2008 Burner 3 Wood - I have purchased 7 other 3 Woods since then and they have all been traded in - last being the Cobra F9 Speedback

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  • johnny canuck
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    After reading through a lot of this, my 2006 Vokey 54* is sounding new.

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  • storm
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    Big Bertha alpha 815 3 wood. Won't ever replace this and if I do, I'm taking the motors speeder with it. Everything else is 2 years or newer

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  • nomullies
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    Either my Wilson Deep Red gap wedge circa 2003 or the recently acquired Ray Cook Blue Goose II putter which I can't quite place re year. But I love it.

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  • Backatit
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    Callaway x-14 irons!

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  • Arthur Dailey
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    My regular playing partner carries a Mike Souchak putter from the late 1950's.

    My putter is a Dunlop, circa 1993.

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  • rsfairwaysandgreens
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    Spaulding 64 degree lob wedge I pulled out of the bargain bin back in the 80s. Love this club. Most of the make and model markings are worn off the flange !
    I will have that thing forever !

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  • bl8d
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    Other than the FlyZ+driver, everything else in my bag is 20+ years.
    you can talk to mature clubs,they understand a tough situation.

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  • miles
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    Originally posted by Pingnut View Post
    Re: oldest club in the bag

    My BeCu Anser 2 has got to be from the late 90's...
    I have BeCu Anser putter from 1982 and a Taylor Made 7 wood from 1986.
    Both are in my bag and get used every round.

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