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PuttOUT Pro Golf Putting Mat - £46.59 @ Amazon
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Was £57 a few days ago which is still a good price and now cheapest I’ve seen for this mat. Likely it’ll change pretty sharpish if they sell a few.

Good first post @Jugzy33 thanks for taking the time to share. (y)


Ordered and noticed since it’s now gone up in price. Thanks for the post (y) 🏻


Perfect for rolling out on office desk


The one bad thing about playing golf, is the dust collecting tat that relatives buy you for birthdays and Christmas. This mat is a fine example of the genre. (y)


Nice mat that lies flush to the floor every time compared to some other mats. Can also get a nice ball returner to go with it.

Mario Golf Super Rush for Nintendo Switch (Pre-order Item - Release Date 25/06/21) £35.99 using code @ ShopTo / Ebay
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Made hot 11th JunMade hot 11th Jun
the latest instalment of the Mario Golf series, coming to Nintendo Switch. Join your favourite Mushroom Kingdom characters on the fairway on courses filled with lush, natural scene… Read more

Missed opportunity for a Mario Golf amiibo, although saves me a few quid I guess as I couldn't not buy that.


I've been playing quite a bit of Everybody's Golf on Vita recently. it's a great game!


What preorder item is it?


Sniggers in NI


Ordered tnx op couldn't resist love a bit of golf good price especially for Nintendo games as we all know they hold the value very well (y)

PGA Tour 6ft Putting Mat with Guide Ball, Ball Alignment Tool and Training DVD £7.35 Prime (+£4.49 Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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The PGA Tour Putting Mat is a 6ft artificial green, giving you plenty of space to practice your short and long strokes. The ramp that leads to the hole is ideal for developing your… Read more

9.33 now




Will this make you as good as nick faldo? Asking for a friend


Great find. Thanks. (y)


Excellent, for my corner office.

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Longridge Foam Practice Golf Balls 6 Pack £1.18 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Made hot 10th JunMade hot 10th Jun
Multicoloured Foam construction Short Flight Design Damage Free Practice 6 Piece Pack

I do got a golf net in garden but used these before I got it they do the job keeping swing going when golf clubs were closed stop being a grump 😁


Don't practice at home then.


These won't go through the fence or smash the neighbours windows


£2.90 now


So not big enough to hit more than a lob wedge.

Callaway Edge 10 Piece Steel Golf Set - Right Handed £484.99 (Membership Required) at Costco
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Made hot 8th JunMade hot 8th Jun
Features - Steel Shaft - Designed for Distance - Easy to Hit - Extremely Accurate Includes: Titanium Driver with Headcover, 3-Wood with Headcover, 5-Hybrid with Headcover, 6 – 9… Read more

Thank you for replying. Really appreciate the help - have a great day


My suggestion would be to go to a fitting centre with no obligation to buy and get fitted first. Get your measurements, length, loft, lie etc. Hit a few irons in the shop. Get a feel for what you can play comfortably and with some consistency, it is all about feel. If cost is of concern, go looking online for an older year production of a similar model that match your fitting numbers. Some very good deals can be found. In my case, the shop was trying to sell me ping g410 irons for about £700. I like the way they felt. The shafts on these get lighter as the length of the iron increases making them easier to hit. I looked around and bought good condition used g400 set for £265. Do the same to build the rest of your set. You don't really have to stick to one set from one manufacturer. My irons, driver and woods are ping, wedges are Cleveland, putter odyssey. I also have an old taylormade 2 iron that I like hitting.


What other sets would you recommend for a beginner/high handicap?


Educated guess let's call it. I've been golfing for many years now and playing currently of single figures ( so been around and tested enough gear at this stage basically my point). And when I started with a set like these on paper were great value think they were cobra if if I remember correctly. Anyways sold them and got a half set of Ping G2 irons and a old TM stiff shaft bubble driver from the boot sale. And never looked back. This was advise I got from a old retired pro. As the golf club I played at didn't have a pro. Not that I cared only starting golf but was hooked. But personally i didn't bent the set at had (maybe didn't keep them long enough who knows) but seen enough a number of people buying these package deals set that get issues. The shaft were the must notable thing that went first. When I say went if you look down the shaft you can see a curvature on the shaft.. none of them snapped in two or anything silly like that. Am only giving my experience if I can save someone money in the long run I was looking as my set was unmarked which let me get good money for them in the end and as the old saying goes you get what you pay for in the end. P.s a good set of pings irons hold there value really well. Example you could buy a set now for 250 quid and still get a 200 for them after a couple of years of us.


You’re just speculating, no idea why you’re saying they’re rubbish and will bend etc. No one is debating that Callaway don’t have better clubs at a much higher price. Just seems bizarre to complain about a set you’ve never owned and speculate they’ll bend after a month when they absolutely have not. Such a strange thing to debate on with no first hand experience.