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THE BEST GOLF CLUBS OF ALL TIME with Mark Crossfield on his USA Family holiday. Mark takes you on his journey across the States to meet up with team Parfield and talks about some the the most important golf clubs through time. See what golf clubs Mark thinks changed golf for good and share your thoughts on the ones that you feel changed golf for you. From Callaway, TaylorMade, Ping, Mizuno and many more what golf clubs helped you to improve your golf game.

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  1. The 0riginal Callaway Big Bertha 235 cc headed driver moved the needle from smaller headed drivers up to and including the 450 cc sized driver

  2. Taylormade R-11 irons at first then I went Callaway. The Apex CF16 irons are the best to me. Changed my game to breaking 80 a lot. Thay arent old but they are a game changer. Odyssey Metal X Milled putters are awesome with the ability to change weights to enhance your stroke. Hit Em Good YALL , haha

  3. Ping Eye 2 + (legal grooves) and Callaway Big Bertha "woods" only recently retired for Mizuno JPX 900 forged irons and new Callaway woods.

  4. Graphite shafts, the original big Bertha from the early 1990's, Adams tight lies, 2,3,4 and 5 hybrids. And how about the Hogan Edge, first forged cavity back iron (and a darn good one), 60 degree wedge, square grooves, Hogan Sure-Out sand wedge. Long putters.

  5. Still playing blades mp33s , getting a ping anser putter in mid 80s improved my putting, probably last person to switch to metal from persimmon, absolutely hate the way the game has gone, shot making is dead!

  6. Callaway Great Big Bertha driver, maybe the first major titanium driver but certainly began the trend of bigger headed drivers ending with a rule change.

    Callaway Warbird fairway woods, the unique sole just made everything so much easier.

    Callaway X14 pro series irons, a cavity back set with less offset aimed at the better ball striker. Before these it was mainly blades or game improvement but these were great clubs that made every manufacturer great forgiving better player clubs.

    Cleveland 588 wedges, who didn't have one of these. Back in the days when iron sets were 3-SW Cleveland completely changed this by convincing the world that a set should be 3-pw with a 588 or two in the bag. Every manufacturer then jumped on creating wedge ranges.

    Scotty Cameron Terrilium putter as used by Tiger in '97. Before this a putter was one of the cheapest clubs in the bag but this putter launched Scotty Cameron and the £300 top end for putters with the idea that it's the most used club in the bag so good money should be spent on it.

    Titleist Pro V1, need I say more about the benchmark golf ball that's been around for what must be coming up to two decades.

    The Izzo golf strap, this was pretty much the first double strap on a golf bag that took carrying from knackering one shoulder to being a comfortable back pack. Was originally an aftermarket product that attached to bags before everyone started creating their own.

  7. Ping Anser 2 putter. It's never been in my bag, but that style of head putter has been around for 50 years on tour.

  8. Pinseeker 4 wood… first full set in the 70s….never enjoyed drivers but loved the flight I got from that ole club….

  9. ping eye 2 + and big berthas- served me for 20 years. They are in my garage ready for redeployment as needed.

  10. Titleist 716 CB,,,,,Mizuno MP 69,,,,,,,,,Mizuno MP 60,,,,,,,,,,,,,,PING eye 2,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,PING eye 3 blades.

  11. Newer golfer here! It’s the Ping TR 1966 Anser putter re issue. It simplified the way the ball looks at address so much that now putting is the strongest area of my game.