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Donnay Full Golf Set £43.99 Delivered @ SportsDirect
Donnay Full Golf Set £43.99 Delivered @ SportsDirect

Donnay Full Golf Set £43.99 Delivered @ SportsDirect

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Seems pretty cheap for a set of clubs. Good if like me you are only starting out and don't want to spend silly money on a set that may end up lying in the back of the garage after a few weeks.

Donnay Full Golf Set

For their 100th year in sport, Donnay have celebrated by releasing this amazing value golf set. It contains all the clubs needed for a round of golf.

The star of the show is the 460cc steel shafted driver. 460cc is the largest size head allowable which gives a huge sweet spot for consistant drives.
The whole set is aimed to make the game easier for beginners, with features such as bottom weighted irons which make it easier for beginners to get the ball into the air.

Driver - 460cc Forged Head (Steel Shaft)
Fairway - 3 Wood (Steel Shaft)
Hybrid - (Steel Shaft)
Irons - 7 Irons 5,6,7,8,9,PW,SW (Steel Shafts)
Putter
Stand Bag

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Plus they have dunlop gloves all at £2 a pair
And Donnay Extreme Golf Balls 15 pack for £3
+ Donnay Extreme Cart Bags for £10
Features: 3 Pockets, Single Strap, 4 Way Divider, Umbrella Holder + Towel Clip

Seems a good price, but alternatively, you can have the set that I spent silly money on a few years ago and ended up lying at the back of the garage after a few weeks......!!
Edited by: "andyken" 4th Oct 2010

andyken

Seems a good price, but alternatively, you can have the set that I spent … Seems a good price, but alternatively, you can have the set that I spent silly money on and ended up lying at the back of the garage after a few weeks......


X) X) lol X) X)

Lol, as Andyken illustrates, getting a set like this will avoid the classic "all the gear, no idea" mistake.

Mate of mine had a set of these couple of years ago, how we chuckled when the head of his driver went further than the ball he hit with his first use of them.....

Evz1974

Mate of mine had a set of these couple of years ago, how we chuckled when … Mate of mine had a set of these couple of years ago, how we chuckled when the head of his driver went further than the ball he hit with his first use of them.....



Like wise with a friend of mine but it was his 3 wood, not his driver!! LOL

Its on youtube somewhere!

There are lots of golf snobs who insist you have spend £400 etc to get a decent set (or you buy second hand if you can't afford a new set).

If you're not sure if you are going to enjoy golf - get a set like this. If you do become a regular player then you can upgrade and sell these and you won't have lost very much.

I had a Dunlop set for about 8 years - none of my heads came off and the heads and shafts didn't have a spot of rust.

Watch out on the gloves and shoes though. I found Dunlop shoes very uncomfortable when I tried to walk in them and the gloves are fine as long as you get the leather ones.

If you want to spend more on some decent clubs have a look at MD and Benross brands.

great starter set...hot from me

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I have had a set of these for years which I used down the local driving range every now and again. They are very good for the price and you wont get much better for £43!

If you are new to golf then this is your set. None of my heads came off like mentioned above and none of them broke. They will be fine if you used them as intended.

Use a set like this as a stepping stone to see if you like the sport and will stick to it. If you do then in time go for a better set (i.e. Calloway, ping etc).

Evz1974

Mate of mine had a set of these couple of years ago, how we chuckled when … Mate of mine had a set of these couple of years ago, how we chuckled when the head of his driver went further than the ball he hit with his first use of them.....



Hahaa, the same happened to my brother :P

Hard to say anything bad at this price but defo for starters who have yet to learn if golf gives them the bug or not. Certainly hot imo

Thanks Derriere, my dad has just started to take lessons and these will be ideal for him to knock some balls around, without investing heavily!

To everyone saying that you need an expensive set of clubs to be any good, look at this

http://uk.opticalexpress.com/latest-news/2010/padraig-harrington-joins-optical-express.html

Padraig Harrington says nothing about the set of clubs , its all about the eyes

Buy these and get Laser eye surgery with the saved cash if your game is still that bad

Quidco can be used as well, but minimum order of £49.99

they had these in Tamworth yesterday at £40, on a one day offer.
hot.

Evz1974

Mate of mine had a set of these couple of years ago, how we chuckled when … Mate of mine had a set of these couple of years ago, how we chuckled when the head of his driver went further than the ball he hit with his first use of them.....



lol

gari189

There are lots of golf snobs who insist you have spend £400 etc to get a … There are lots of golf snobs who insist you have spend £400 etc to get a decent set (or you buy second hand if you can't afford a new set). If you're not sure if you are going to enjoy golf - get a set like this. If you do become a regular player then you can upgrade and sell these and you won't have lost very much.I had a Dunlop set for about 8 years - none of my heads came off and the heads and shafts didn't have a spot of rust.Watch out on the gloves and shoes though. I found Dunlop shoes very uncomfortable when I tried to walk in them and the gloves are fine as long as you get the leather ones.If you want to spend more on some decent clubs have a look at MD and Benross brands.



i had a dunlop start half full set with bag....think it was about £12.50 in a sale (was £99).....quality looks fine, but lol never used them.....also have a 2nd hand set, approx 1.5 sets and a bag bought @ an auction for £8.....used three times on a golf course and about 4-5 times on a driving range, theyre ok, but some have seen better days as they havent been used for 3 years

for me, i wouldnt spend alot as i dont play regularly, but if i did id start with a cheap set and if i liked would buy a decentish set

Edited by: "royals" 10th Oct 2010

they was a full set off golf club (mens, right handers) set - all donnay clubs, big bag, umbrella, club sylicone covers,
guess how much?
from cash generator in rochdale . . .





£19.99!!

Great price

Don't let people kid you when they say you have to spend money in golf to play well....I bought a set of irons off the net for £100 and a driver for £50 and my handicap is just below 11.

Save money on the clubs and spend a little on lessons

Buy rubbish clubs like these, cheap balls, play at a cheap municipal golf course and spend the money saved on some golf lessons.

Once you are playing regulalry and hitting it around in under a ton then you may want do consider upgrading one bit at a time.

I've had a cheap set of Donnay clubs for 3 or 4 years now and they are perfectly fine for the 2 or 3 times a year when I use them! I've never had a problem with them and they seem to work just as well as some of my mates expensive clubs...

Can't go wrong for a starter set or something to fill up the loft/garage.

You do obviously get better the more you spend. That's the same with nearly everything, so you can't really compare it to a £300 set. Good buy if you need a cheap set.

Thanks, I had a mess about at a range for the first time last week and quite enjoyed it. These will be ok for me to play about with whilst I decide if it's something I want to bother with properly.

Perfect starter set

price up till £74.99 now

Good advice here for anyone wanting to join the most snobbish game around! Don't get me wrong (I like and play golf) but golf is full of more BS than any other game - and then you have to put up with the merchant bankers in the clubs! Once you learn to avoid them there are a lot of normal, nice players - just a shame about the posers etc.

I play roughly 5 or 6 times a year. First set of clubs I had was made up of bits and pieces picked up second hand from the local par 3 pitch-and-putt, and some Donnay and Dunlop stuff picked up from Sports World.

My driver was a Donnay, and cost me £2.99. Completely hollow club head, got me several chuckles from mates out on the course, but more than capable of lashing the ball straight and true down the fairway. Used it for 6 years and although the painted detail on it had long since chipped off, it's still going strong.

Used a Donnay putter for years as well, and to be honest I might dig it out at some point as I had far more success with it than the showier replacement I "upgraded" to.

I've seen various comments about heads flying off Donnay clubs, and my question to that would be why exactly people are filming one at the driving range? Would it be cynical to suggest that the head had been removed and reattached for ho-ho-ho comic effect?
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