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Hi gang, anyone suggest cheapest place to buy sets of golf clubs? Read More
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9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago
Hi gang, anyone suggest cheapest place to buy sets of golf clubs?
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9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago
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#1
jjb sports have very cheap half sets. £50 or so including a bag last time I was in store.
#2
You need to be more specific.

Is this just for a novice or are you looking for something more professional.

Golf club prices can vary enormously dependent on quality.

Presume you are looking for a full set rather than half.

Are we talking ladies or mens?
#3
Sports soccer world http://www.sportsdirect.com/

and

golf-hq/sports-hq http://www.thesportshq.com
#4
#5
time to ressurect an old thread!

Looking for clubs myself

Only a beginner really, been down the driving range a few times with mates but time to get my own full set so I can go play full games with them!

Male, right handed :)

is eBay any good for clubs such as callaway designed ones or hippo, ryder cup ones?
#6
county golf have some good deals on full sets of ram clubs
#7
Thanks :)

I just dont want something that is too cheap and either doesnt last or is **** at hitting a ball!
banned#8
tsinc80697
Thanks :)

I just dont want something that is too cheap and either doesnt last or is **** at hitting a ball!

the clubs dont make a differnce i still cant hit the ball :-(
#9
lol I jsut dont want something that will bend if I hit the ground once with it or mishit the ball.

had a club in the past bend on me when Ive missed the ball lol
#10
great was just going to post a thread myself!!

iv played a bit of golf b4 but now fancy getting back into it and require a good quality set of clubs that will last me!

also cheapest place for some shoes/ glove?
#11
go for rams
#12
tsinc80697
lol I jsut dont want something that will bend if I hit the ground once with it or mishit the ball.

had a club in the past bend on me when Ive missed the ball lol



Is that because you prob wrapped it around the nearest tree. :thumbsup:

thats what i had doen in the past with graphite shaft though, there was no bend just a big crack :whistling:
#13
If you want clubs that will make golf a little bit easier and last more than 6 months then forget spending under £250-£300.

Your best bet is go down to any pro shop at any golf course and buy a set of second hand irons, a driver and a 3 wood and take it from there. A decent pro will not sell you ****, and they do not trade in **** clubs anyway (unless they are dodgy or you go to a high street "golf shop" when its buyer beware.

If you buy new then remember that almost all manufacturers make **** in complete sets with bags for the unsuspecting beginner, some are a little bit better than others but dont even think you are getting a bargain from Sports World if the label says £399 reduced to £80, you are buying a set of £80 clubs that always were and always will be £80 and are utter ****.

When you consider the average amateur golfer will spend upwards of £150 for a driver alone, how would you expect a full set for that ?

I read of a place called theneilsgolfshop.com or something like that (google it) who do "clones" of the big names with custom fitted shafts at reasonable prices and they are reputed to be very good value for money.

Second hand .. look for Calloway X14 or X16's for around £150-£200 and a Ping G2 driver and fairway wood.

Forget Wilson, RAM, Lynx etc unless you jnow what you are looking for as you could buy **** at the "entry" level.

Hope that helps.
#14
I have been playing for around about 5years.
First set I had was a set of Wilsons that I bought off a mate. They were a cheap set but performed perfectly well for my needs, as I was just starting and didn't know whether I would get into it properly.
I now have a set of Taylor Made RAC custom fitted irons and have 2 drivers. 1 Taylor made 9 degree R7 draw and a Ping G2 10 degree.

I wouldn't bother with a driver if you are starting out, as they can be the most frustrating clubs to hit. Get a decent 3 wood with some loft on it and practice with that. Rescue clubs are good as well, due to the ability to be able to hit them from almost any lie:thumbsup:

The sets at JJB should be fine for what you require, but if you want to spend more then nip down to your local pro and have a word with him. If you start off with a set custom fitted for you, then your swing will be trained to that.
It took me a few months when I swapped clubs to get used to the different lie of them.

Direct golf are good as well, I have bought stuff from them before and it always arrives in good time.
#15
is there a directory for your local pro?

So is the consensus then like most things you pay for what you get?

Also r these then custom fit to the size of u?
#16
go to [COLOR="Red"]sports HQ just [/COLOR]do a google search cheap as chips :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
#17
if looking for some clubs
got some nice hippo's irons and some spare woods you could have cheapish but only if you live around the gloucester area, bit expensive to post

If you want more details just send us a pm

chris
#18
I have some unwanted Callaway shoes / bag if you're after them :) PM me if interested :)
#19
Rams are fine, something like the wizards. Not expensive and will last you a while

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