By Daniel Lewis A golf bag is usually filled with highly specialized tools, each designed to help golfers carve up certain sections of courses. If you are hitting from a bunker, grab a sand wedge. If you are on the green, it’s putter time. If you want to showcase your slice and embarrass yourself in front of your group, grab your driver. But every golfer has a club they can use in a thousand different situations. For me personally, it is a 7 iron. Almost like King Arthur pulled it from a stone, my 7 iron is a nearly mythical club - capable of saving me from consistently bad shots with its versatile, reliable performance. Dentists literally have their own proverbial “golf bags” filled with specialized instruments to help with specific procedures. With the financial strain of COVD-19 weighing on clinicians, finding tools that are versatile for a variety of clinical situations is more crucial than ever.