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What do you think these golf clubs are worth ??

kyalion Avatar
7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
I have a GENUINE set of Callaway irons, 3-SW. 9 in total. They are Big Bertha versions with graphite shafts. I am about to have them re-gripped with genuine Callaway grips and sell them on.

Can put pics up later if anyone wants, but trying to get an idea. Fake-bay just has TOO many fakes and copies about nowadays, so I won't bother listing there.

All help appreciated.
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
which model are they ?

http://img.timeinc.net/golf/i/equipment/2009/05/Callaway-BigBertha-Irons_600.jpg
#2
nice clubs, im a wilson staff man though
#3
Cantona_7
which model are they ?

http://img.timeinc.net/golf/i/equipment/2009/05/Callaway-BigBertha-Irons_600.jpg


I wish !!! Those are the 06 or 08my version.
These are mine.
http://callawaygolfpreowned.com/images/Product/PRD17312-38020/midsize.jpg
#4
kyalion
I wish !!! Those are the 06 or 08my version.
These are mine.
http://callawaygolfpreowned.com/images/Product/PRD17312-38020/midsize.jpg


Those are the 99 version so 10 years old! I reckon they will be worth about £135 with new grips. Not sure it will be worth sticking new grips on them to be honest, unless you have a spare set of grips lying around.
Use this site for comparison of your used clubs. http://www.golfbidder.co.uk/models/422/Callaway_Iron_Set_Big_Bertha.html
#5
Cantona_7
Those are the 99 version so 10 years old! I reckon they will be worth about £135 with new grips. Not sure it will be worth sticking new grips on them to be honest, unless you have a spare set of grips lying around.
Use this site for comparison of your used clubs. http://www.golfbidder.co.uk/models/422/Callaway_Iron_Set_Big_Bertha.html


i doubt ud get 135 for 10 year old clubs u can get sets of x14's n x16's for less than tht
#6
micoo
i doubt ud get 135 for 10 year old clubs u can get sets of x14's n x16's for less than tht


I said if they were brand new callaway grips though. A set of callaway grips would retail at around £5/£6 a grip so on their own would add an extra £45+. So i am actually valuing the clubs are around the £90 mark :thumbsup:
#7
micoo
i doubt ud get 135 for 10 year old clubs u can get sets of x14's n x16's for less than tht


X-14's were hot as **** when they were released. My clubs are old but fairly decent.

Hawkeye pro series driver
Titliest 975f 14.5 and 16.5 fairway woods (i think, my mate has them at the moment)
Cobra CX1 irons
Vokey lob wedge
Mizuno tour style putter (cost £140 and is so sexy) :p

Havent played in years though :)
#8
Cantona_7
I said if they were brand new callaway grips though. A set of callaway grips would retail at around £5/£6 a grip so on their own would add an extra £45+. So i am actually valuing the clubs are around the £90 mark :thumbsup:


Just paid £45 for the grips, and probably £20 to fit if I can't do 'em.
#9
Have just ordered some bad boys. 3i-5i,6-SW.
http://callawaygolfpreowned.com/images/products/irons/2008/bb-2008/pg-thumb.jpg
#10
kyalion
Just paid £45 for the grips, and probably £20 to fit if I can't do 'em.


They are easy to fit bud.
U just need a scalpel, preferably with a hooked blade, to slice the old grip and get them off. As these are graphite shafts obviously take care not to pierce the shaft.
Then make sure u take all of the original tape off the shaft, u can use a bit of white spirit to loosen it.
Then u get your double sided tape, cut it to about an inch longer than the grip you are putting on. Put it on shaft and peel off the tape (generally clubs will have one layer of tape, but most men should have at least 2 layers of tape, as you are selling them id just do one layer). If you have a vice great, clamp the club in the vice pointing at a slight angle. You then need some white spirit and a bucket underneath the club to catch the excess white spirit. You then put your finger over the end of the grip to cover up the hole and fill up the grip with white spirit. You then pour the white spirit from the grip all over the double sided tape. Then shove the grip on and push quite hard to make sure it doesnt stick half way. Once the grip is on you can take the club out of the vice, make sure it is aligned how you want it and tap it upside down on the ground to make sure u have got the grip all the way on. Hey presto one nice new grip, leave it for an hour or so to dry and you are good to go!
#11
RuthIess
X-14's were hot as **** when they were released. My clubs are old but fairly decent.

Hawkeye pro series driver
Titliest 975f 14.5 and 16.5 fairway woods (i think, my mate has them at the moment)
Cobra CX1 irons
Vokey lob wedge
Mizuno tour style putter (cost £140 and is so sexy) :p

Havent played in years though :)


sounds good :thumbsup: i use:

Wilson Staff Td5 driver - its a few years old (2005 i think but its beast if i hit the sweet spot easy 300 yards)
Wilson Staff FwC fairway woods (same age a driver) thinkin bout changing to Df6's though
John Letters irons my first set of adult irons had them for bout 6 years i think really good clubs -niecly weighted, will be upgrading to wilson staff Di7 or Di9;s soon though
Slazenger putter - not good at putting so not point in spending more on a better putter atm
#12
Cantona_7
They are easy to fit bud.
U just need a scalpel, preferably with a hooked blade, to slice the old grip and get them off. As these are graphite shafts obviously take care not to pierce the shaft.
Then make sure u take all of the original tape off the shaft, u can use a bit of white spirit to loosen it.
Then u get your double sided tape, cut it to about an inch longer than the grip you are putting on. Put it on shaft and peel off the tape (generally clubs will have one layer of tape, but most men should have at least 2 layers of tape, as you are selling them id just do one layer). If you have a vice great, clamp the club in the vice pointing at a slight angle. You then need some white spirit and a bucket underneath the club to catch the excess white spirit. You then put your finger over the end of the grip to cover up the hole and fill up the grip with white spirit. You then pour the white spirit from the grip all over the double sided tape. Then shove the grip on and push quite hard to make sure it doesnt stick half way. Once the grip is on you can take the club out of the vice, make sure it is aligned how you want it and tap it upside down on the ground to make sure u have got the grip all the way on. Hey presto one nice new grip, leave it for an hour or so to dry and you are good to go!


Thanks for this. Fortunately, your instructions are better than the ones supplied (photocopy that's been photocopied too many times) I'll give it a go and hope for the best. :thumbsup:
#13
I did work experience at a golf shop when i was 15 i thought it was quite hard but defo doable :)

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