Clubs and balls to use on Sunny Wood

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So what’s the best set of clubs to use when playing Golden Tee 2009’s Sunny Wood?  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 low-loft clubs, which feature a 310 driver that many players feel comes in handy on a few holes.  And, the elevation change is much less on this course.

For consistency, some players use the Big Bertha set or the forged clubs, but only because these guys don’t like to change clubs each round.  A couple players have also found the 0 Hybrid in the 2007 Hybrid set to help out on 4 or 5 holes, but your best bet is still probably 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. I agree with the masses the Old 05 Hybrids are the way to co on the course as well, also the new Hybrids are good too. The D2 and the Gamer are great on this course as well.

  2. I was a real fan of the 0-bird here at first, but the more I play the more I think BB or LL are the way to go. Hole 3 is great for it, as it will get over the hill but stay under the trees and usually give you a straight shot into the green. (I’ve heard the LL driver will do this too, but I have not tried or seen it) Too long of a drive on #4 and it will help stay under the trees on your approach. #6 can hurt sometimes not having a 3W. On #s 7,8,11,14 it can be handy against stiff wind over a 3W but is not necessary. Finally, having the 300 driver can be advantagous on #17 sometimes to carry further into the trees/rough. Overall, it’s not a bad set to use, but you will be disappointed if you think the 0-bird is going to help you pick up a significant amount of shots.

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