Shaft-wise, I would want to test what's ever out there to see what works best for me. It would probably be an XX or XXX. Length-wise, some guys will use up to 48-inch USGA-measured (50-inches the way they are measured in long drive) shaft lengths, but last I competed I did well with a 46.5-inch USGA-measured shaft for a good blend of maximum club length and the ability to hit the sweet spot consistently.
For regular golf, this is what I presently have in my golf bag.Driver
For driver, I have two gamers.
Having two drivers in the bag is something I've dabbled with off and on since 2003. I've done a long drive driver and an accurate put-it-in-play type setup. I've done one for max total distance and one for max total carry. I've also done a draw and fade driver.
Right now, I use those Krank heads mentioned above as a draw and fade driver that are pretty much optimized for carry distance…because I think that is what is most useful for me traveling from course to course. I can carry more trouble that way and with a lesser likelihood of running through the fairway on a dogleg.
First, I use the Krank Golf 4-degree (3.6 actual) that I mentioned above. I tend to spin the ball a lot, so having a super low-lofted driver helps keep my spin down, particularly when I open the face for a fade or slice. In this way, I can hit fades that don't give up distance.
Second, the Krank Golf 6-degree functions as a draw driver.
When I open the 3.6 degree for a fade and close the 6-degree for a draw, they both net out at about the same spin loft. I can use the same tee height for both drivers. As such, I get a pretty similar looking fade and draw from a peak height, spin, and curvature stand point.
In both cases, they are 44 inches to help me hit the center of the face consistently.
The shafts are Paderson KG860-D40, which is what tested best with me at Club Champion
in Washington, DC.
The grips are the 65-gram Avon Jumbo Chamois 1/8 OS black grip.
Depending on the course layout, I'll play one or the other or both. If I play both, I just take out some other club in my bag that I don't think I'll use much in the round.Fairway Wood
For a fairway wood, I use a 43” Wishon Golf 949MC 18.0-degree fairway wood model from 2014 that is actually 14.5 degrees with X-Flex Wishon Golf S2S Black 85graphite shaft tipped 1 inch at D4 swing weight.