Clubs and balls to use on Bonnie Moor

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So what’s the best set of clubs to use when playing Golden Tee 2009’s Bonnie Moor?  Well, I got feedback from 25 pros on their choices, and here’s what I found!

The most votes went to the old hybrids that were offered in 2005 Golden Tee.  This set has always been a favorite among pros and amateurs, and they play well on this course.  If you don’t have this set, the hybrid set sold in 2009 Golden Tee is also a great option!

Coming in second is the Big Bertha set, which features a 310 driver and lofty woods that many players feel come in handy on several holes.

A handful of other players choose different clubs just because they are more comfortable playing the same set each round, but your best bet is one of the two sets above!  Oh, and the D2 balls are the most popular choice, followed closely by the Gamers, and then the Freaks!

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  1. Old 05 Hybrids are the only way to go on this course. A -30 is very possible many times on this course even with rough tee placements. Personally I believe that the old orange balls are the way to go but, for those who don’t have them I would stick with the D2 or the Freak.

  2. what was the name of the 2005 hybrid set?

  3. The Hawks

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