If you like your wolf, you might have good luck with a shark, and I definitely agree with Ryan that a heavier midrange works best for most people. If you get a new driver, I would say go a little lighter if you are a backhand thrower, something like a mid 160s valk might serve you well. As far as putters go, if what you have is working stick with it, if not see if you can try out people's putters and find the one that works for you. The most popular are the aviar, the magnet, and the wizard, any of those can be a great putter for you.
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