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MacGregor CG2000 Stand Bag Steel Half Package Ladies Set £95.40 delivered @ American Golf
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MacGregor CG2000 Stand Bag Steel Half Package Ladies Set £95.40 delivered @ American Golf

£95.40£159.9540% Free P&P FreeAmerican Golf Deals
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Cracking price for this; from what I can find it is £160 to £230 elsewhere. Add to the basket and 40% deducts at checkout.
For the golfers who are starting out, this is an excellent set! Including all the necessities to get you hooked on the sport. Consisting of a low profile fairway wood and hybrid, #6 and #8 stainless steel irons with a pitching wedge and a mallet style putter finished off with ablack and red stand bag. It really is the perfect introductory set.

CG2000 Half set features:
  • Hybrid and fairway wood
  • Pitching wedge with a #6 and #8 iron
  • Mallet style putter
  • 12 month guarantee and headcovers included
Fairway Wood and hybrid
A brilliant low profile fairway wood and hybrid that are designed for maximum performance. With a lowered centre of gravity, it helps to create a more lofted flight.

Mallet Putter
The mallet styled putter helps to give more confidence when taking your shot, shaped to aid with your shot alignment you can be sure to build in confidence with each stroke. Using face inserts means maximum forgiveness which helps to keep the ball on your intended line to help you hole more putts.

Irons
The Over-sized stainless steel cavity back irons feature heel and toe weighting and an undercut cavity for a larger sweet spot and deadly accurate iron performance. The design of the irons cavity enables each irons centre of gravity to be moved lower and further back for extreme forgiveness.

Stand bag
Constructed using a strong and durable nylon material and provided with two colour matching headcovers for your clubs. The blue and black stand bag has dual padded shoulder straps that ensure maximum balance and comfort.

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I’d rather pay that price for a decent second hand set.
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Still quite expensive for a set of boomerangs that won't come back.
I’d rather pay that price for a decent second hand set.
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This looks to me like a case of buy cheap buy twice. This set would get you round a friendly par-3 course, but when you're ready to take a step up and play more established courses more seriously you'll need to add a driver, a 7-iron, a 9-iron and a couple of wedges. You can't buy the missing irons anywhere because they only exist to be in this package set and aren't sold separately. Even if you could find them, they won't fit in this bag that's only designed to carry six clubs. To upgrade from this set then, you're at the very least re-buying a bag and a set of irons. Then the fairway wood, hybrid and putter you're left with aren't of particularly great quality.

If someone is just starting out I'd advise them to buy second hand clubs and get some lessons. Group lessons are a cheap way to get started and there are some real bargains out there on Gumtree and Facebook Marketplace. Particularly now that clubs are re-opening I expect a lot of keen golfers will soon be buying new clubs and selling on their old ones. On a tight budget you could start with just a putter and a second-hand set of irons then over time add wedges, hybrids and woods as you gain the skill to use them.

I think this set is only good value if you think you're not going to get very far with golf, in which case why bother?
Colonelpanic18/05/2020 22:23

This looks to me like a case of buy cheap buy twice. This set would get …This looks to me like a case of buy cheap buy twice. This set would get you round a friendly par-3 course, but when you're ready to take a step up and play more established courses more seriously you'll need to add a driver, a 7-iron, a 9-iron and a couple of wedges. You can't buy the missing irons anywhere because they only exist to be in this package set and aren't sold separately. Even if you could find them, they won't fit in this bag that's only designed to carry six clubs. To upgrade from this set then, you're at the very least re-buying a bag and a set of irons. Then the fairway wood, hybrid and putter you're left with aren't of particularly great quality.If someone is just starting out I'd advise them to buy second hand clubs and get some lessons. Group lessons are a cheap way to get started and there are some real bargains out there on Gumtree and Facebook Marketplace. Particularly now that clubs are re-opening I expect a lot of keen golfers will soon be buying new clubs and selling on their old ones. On a tight budget you could start with just a putter and a second-hand set of irons then over time add wedges, hybrids and woods as you gain the skill to use them.I think this set is only good value if you think you're not going to get very far with golf, in which case why bother?


Have you never seen a woman play golf? They only use a driver, 7 wood, an iron, a wedge and a putter.
any mens packages for this price?
scott2c19/05/2020 02:39

Have you never seen a woman play golf? They only use a driver, 7 wood, an …Have you never seen a woman play golf? They only use a driver, 7 wood, an iron, a wedge and a putter.


Quite cheap for chasing husbands like Tiger Woods
Not really a half set by anyone's standards. Cold, not due to price, but lack of clubs
Decent enough price for a stand bag and some starter clubs that can then be upgraded
Ohh and a 12 month guarantee.... useful for when your loose the ball and the rag, straight after thinking you had hit it straight down the fairway...
Good for playing the Par 3! I've always played par 3s and never main courses and enjoy golf just as much. Golf didn't necessarily mean the full 18!
funkydunkyf19/05/2020 17:20

Decent enough price for a stand bag and some starter clubs that can then …Decent enough price for a stand bag and some starter clubs that can then be upgraded


If you did get a full size bag at this price I agree it would be a good buy as you would have room to upgrade, but unfortunately that doesn't seem to be the case. Compare the bag in this set with the bag that comes with the men's full package set of the same clubs here: americangolf.co.uk/gol…tml. This appears to be a smaller bag that won't fit a full set of clubs.
Colonelpanic19/05/2020 17:58

If you did get a full size bag at this price I agree it would be a good …If you did get a full size bag at this price I agree it would be a good buy as you would have room to upgrade, but unfortunately that doesn't seem to be the case. Compare the bag in this set with the bag that comes with the men's full package set of the same clubs here: https://www.americangolf.co.uk/golf-clubs/package-sets/macgregor-cg2000-stand-bag-steel-full-package-set-326762.html. This appears to be a smaller bag that won't fit a full set of clubs.


I meant upgrade with another half set... I'll be honest can't remember the last time I played with a full set and used a carry bag...
funkydunkyf19/05/2020 18:03

I meant upgrade with another half set... I'll be honest can't remember the …I meant upgrade with another half set... I'll be honest can't remember the last time I played with a full set and used a carry bag...


Fair enough, we're all different. I imagine you use more than six clubs though? I carry 14 clubs in a stand bag and sometimes wish I was allowed a 15th!

I do think at £95 this will suit some people who really just want to knock-around a local par-3 and will never want any more than that, but it's far from the "perfect introductory set" as the listing claims. A full set of second-hand clubs with change to spare for a lesson or two is a far better introduction in my opinion.
Still to this day it amazes me that any golfer would use such a set or recommend it to others. Yes there are exceptions to all rules, but lets be clear - 99% of golfers would be nowhere near this and most of the final 1% will have dumped them in 6 months after realising their mistake.

Check out specific golf forums for sound and expert advice re golf club purchases
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