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How much does a player's performance - such as Tiger Woods winning the Masters - influence your equipment buying decisions?

QUESTION OF THE WEEK
What characteristics do you look for most in a golf club?

Email us and we will publish reader responses in the May 3 issue. Please include your first and last name, along with city and state of residence. 


LAST WEEK'S QUESTION: How much does a player's performance — such as Tiger Woods winning the Masters — influence your equipment buying decisions?

Practically none with one exception — Bridgestone golf balls. I can't play the one Tiger [Woods] plays but I did try the Tour B RX and it is now my gamer over the [Callaway] ChromeSoft.

— Gregg McKinney | Desoto, Texas


No influence whatsoever.

— Wafer Edwards | New Albany, Miss.


Once I start playing like a Tiger Woods or Brooks Koepka, I might be influenced. However, since that is not going to happen, I am influenced by what feels most comfortable in my hands.

— Paul Vicary | The Villages, Fla.


The Equipment Insider invites reader comment. Write to editor Stuart Hall at shall@morningread.com. Please provide your name and city of residence. If your comment is selected for publication, The Equipment Insider will contact you to verify the authenticity of the email and confirm your identity. We will not publish your email address. We reserve the right to edit for clarity and brevity.


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