Having only just succumbed to the game of golf, I've managed to source myself a set of irons (thanks to all those who helped out with that) and have got a couple of lessons under my belt, along with a few rounds and some range practice. It's going well so far and I'm finding myself enjoying it more that I'd expected. However I'm still missing one item from the bag - some form of wood (snigger snigger). I'm reluctant to go straight with the driver (too many shaft and loft options to be going on with) but I'm quite taken with the idea of a utility/rescue club; something I can use off the tee (I'm hitting 200-odd yards with my 3) and also from the fairway and rough if need be. Maybe around the 3-wood/19°-22° area for starters. Do any of you golfing types have a utility club in your bag? If so, what make, what loft and what do you think of it? Are you using it regularly or is it just in the bag because you paid for it and you're sure as hell going to get some use out of it? Budget is reasonably modest, but I'll pay for something that'll last me. I've already had a few swings with the Benross Escape 3G and the Taylor Made Rescue Mid; both seemed very nice but I've not had a chance to test any others and wondered where to start.