Dunlop Tour TP11 Golf Set £80 delivered from sportsdirect
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Dunlop Tour TP11 Golf Set £80 delivered from sportsdirect

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Found 17th Feb 2012
Dunlop Tour TP11 Golf Set (Right Hand)

Graphite Shafted Driver, Wood & Hybrid
Steel Shafted Irons & Putter.

New for 2011 the Tour TP 11 golf set is yet another fantastic full set by Dunlop. A perfect set for anyone taking up the game.

Set Includes: (Driver, 3 wood, Hybrid, 7 irons 5-sw, Putter, Stand bag, 3x headcovers & rain hood)
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You get what you pay for. And Dunlop golf equipment is cheap. And cheap for a reason.

I would recommend people on a budget actually bought some decent second hand clubs before they bought Dunlop stuff.

If your budget for taking up golf is under £100, my advice would be to take up snooker...
That's a bit harsh phil. Surely you can get a half set of irons and a putter for under a ton. You gotta start somewhere, doesn't mean you want to be world's no 1 if u take up golf. Not argiung with what you say about Dunlop clubs tho.
If you only play 5 or 6 times a year then a cheap or expensive set will make little difference to your game. For an occasional player these are fine......
dunlop clubs have improved over the years and this a fine set for starting off you would pay this for an oddessy putter
Dunlops quality and suitability for a beginner is a bit questionable, but I'm still using the Dunlop hybrid and putter I started with a year ago. But more to the point, these are never off the sale price, so this is nothing special.
Edited by: "gbmcginty" 17th Feb 2012
beeryben

That's a bit harsh phil. Surely you can get a half set of irons and a … That's a bit harsh phil. Surely you can get a half set of irons and a putter for under a ton. You gotta start somewhere, doesn't mean you want to be world's no 1 if u take up golf. Not argiung with what you say about Dunlop clubs tho.



Yes you have to start somewhere. But my point being that so many people who take up golf love it and want to play regularly. So for the sake of "finding out" if they like the game, £100 is a lot of money to pay. As soon as someone then wanted to play more and get better than being a complete novice, they will want to ditch these clubs and get a better set.

I've hit some Dunlop clubs on the range and they feel shocking. Bad feedback through the club, bad ball flight and shocking distance.

They are sold to these novices who dont know whether they will take up the game or not. And hitting them clubs is enough to put some people off going back.

And yes I would agree with you on the half set. Get a better half set of irons for under a ton. But stay well clear of the woods you get on these full sets.
Yeah point taken Phil. Same with cycling. A lot of people start on a really cheap bike and it puts them off cos it's so heavy, uncomfortable, and the gears don't work!
Don't bother with these, I have played for 15 years now and am off a very low handicap, I worked at sport world when I was 15-16 as a part time school job and ran the golf section. These are very poor quality clubs and we very often had 1/2 sets back per week because the heads had come away from the shaft. As someone else has said, buy a decent quality second hand set to begin with, you can pick them up off eBay on the cheap. Those will most probably be much better quality than these.
my dad has the square headed drivers and swears by them no problems at all
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