Take a look at the clubs Jason Dufner puts into play on the PGA Tour.
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DRIVER: Titleist 910D2, 9.5°, Mitsubishi Diamana Ahina 60 graphite shaft, X flex, 46", 280 yards;
JASON SAYS: "I've been playing it for a couple of years. I've been trying to get into the new one, but it's a process finding what I like."
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FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist 913F, 15°*, Aldila VS Proto 70 graphite shaft, X flex, 253 yards
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FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist 906F2, 18° bent to 17°, Grafalloy Pro Lite graphite shaft, X flex, 230 yards
JASON SAYS: "The 18° is the one club I always seem to hit well."
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HYBRID: Titleist 913H, 19° bent to 20.5° (B-4 setting), True Temper PXi 6.5 steel shaft, X flex, 215 yards
JASON SAYS: "I put a steel shaft in it, so it's a true 3-iron replacement. Steel gives me the forgiveness I like."
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IRONS: Titleist AP2, 4-PW, True Temper PXi 6.5 steel shafts, X flex
4-iron: 205 yards; 5-iron: 192 yards; 6-iron: 180 yards; 7-iron: 163 yards; 8-iron: 155 yards; 9-iron: 143 yards; PW: 130 yards
JASON SAYS: "I've played AP2s since they came out. Irons are the easiest to change. The engineering is pretty consistent. You're not dealing with all the interchangeable driver parts or changes to the face."
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WEDGE: Titleist Vokey Design SM4, 56° bent to 54°; 108 yards; True Temper DG Spinner steel shaft, stiff flex
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WEDGE: Titleist Vokey Design TVD-K, 60°; 85 yards; True Temper DG Spinner steel shaft, stiff flex.
JASON SAYS: "I worked with Bob Vokey and [Tour rep] Aaron Dill to get these right. I have different grinds on the lob wedge to get a little more versatility out of bunkers, but that's it."
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PUTTER: Titleist Scotty Cameron GoLo N5, 34"
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BALL: Titleist Pro V1 (2009)
JASON SAYS: "I've made a lot of money with it, no reason to change it."